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.
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.
As a member of the University Schools Trust, we are privileged to be part of a network of universities - University of Warwick, University College London, University of East London, University of Greenwich, Kings College London and Queen Mary University.
Our network universities offer support, guidance and a wealth of exciting opportunities that help promote academic excellence, as well as develop our students into thoughtful, confident, well-rounded individuals.
We are committed to ensuring that all our staff are given the opportunity to grow and develop as professionals and are given the skills and training required to realise their ambitions in their own careers.
Whatever your role in the school, we are committed to ensuring that you receive the opportunities needed to develop in your career.
Values and vision
The Royal Greenwich Trust School provides transformational educational opportunities for all children. Through a broad and balanced curriculum, a wide range of enriching learning experiences and a tailored approach to supporting the individual student, our students will leave school as young adults who are responsible global citizens who have a clear vision for their futures.
For all students at the Royal Greenwich Trust School to have excellent outcomes, we deliver the highest quality of teaching and learning by working collaboratively with universities, public bodies and private sector partnerships.