OneSchool Global UK Northwich Campus
Cheshire West and Chester, United Kingdom
About OneSchool Global UK Northwich Campus
Focus Learning Trust was established as a registered charity in 2003 for the advancement of education, primarily providing leadership and support to its network of 23 UK, non-selective, independent schools which are registered as schools with a religious character, following the national curriculum.
We are part of the OneSchool Global network – one of the most extensive and progressive networks of schools and educational support services in the world. With schools in 20 countries worldwide, our 9000 students are benefiting from the amazing results of global collaboration and cutting-edge educational methods.
In April 2019, the entire OneSchool entity rebranded globally, hence our new look and our name change from Focus School to OneSchool Global UK. This better reflects our teaching and learning strategy and makes us truly one global school.
Head Teacher: Mr Paul Foxton
Number of Campus Staff: 21
Number of Students: 138
Vision & Values:
“A global education ecosystem that develops life-ready students who learn how to learn.”
In coming to this school each student, parent and staff member shall uphold the values of the School:
- Integrity - uprightness and honesty;
- Care and Compassion – kindness, consideration and generosity to the whole community;
- Respect – for all people, property, opinions and those in authority;
- Responsibility – for our actions, progress and the environment;
- Commitment – to self-discipline and the pursuit of excellence.
Our Campus Prospectus and latest Inspection Report can be downloaded from the links lower down the page.
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The school is a truly inspirational place to teach. The students are in a league of their own when it comes to focus and drive, and the level of support is excellent, both within the school and from the wider community.- Teacher
There are major strengths in assessment and the use of assessment data to track students’ performance and set challenging targets for them, which has a decisive impact on their progress. Teaching is of a consistently high quality and, together with self-directed learning activities, ensures that students of all abilities are fully challenged.- SIS, March 2017