Royal Greenwich Trust School
Greenwich, United Kingdom
About Royal Greenwich Trust School
Royal Greenwich Trust School is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational secondary school with sixth form situated in South East London. It is a free school created out of a university technical college, and its partners include Transport for London, Wates, Royal Borough of Greenwich and the University of Greenwich.
The school was known as Royal Greenwich UTC before it reopened as a new provision in September 2016. A smaller than average secondary school, it now provides 600 places to students aged 11-18 when fully subscribed.
Dr Richard Marshall
Values and vision
The Royal Greenwich Trust School mission statement is “to be the best place to study in London for young people aged 14-19 of all abilities looking for a future in engineering, design, construction and related industries". The curriculum and teaching approach has six key areas to help students become successful citizens of the wider world: Communication, Investigation, Networking, Participation, Scholarship and Vision.
The focus of the secondary school is to ensure that graduates are effective communicators, with the confidence to make the most of new opportunities and use them to add to their strengths. The business links and opportunities provided by the school give students the very best experiences and contacts for the future.
Royal Greenwich Trust School is yet to be inspected by Ofsted.