The Winsford Academy
Cheshire West and Chester, United Kingdom
About The Winsford Academy
The Winsford Academy is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational secondary school situated in Winsford, Cheshire. It is supported by the multi-academy Fallibroome Trust, which supports ten schools. An average-sized school providing 1,050 places for students aged 11-16.
We aim to instil a sense of pride in our students and to build a school community built on trust, mutual respect and with an aspiration to be “the best that we can be.” The staff are proud of the improvements made in recent years and of the student’s achievements but we are not complacent and still aspire to be ‘the’ school of choice for the local and wider community. With over 210 parents choosing us as the school for their child in September 2020 we can see that is already happening.
At Winsford, everything that we do is driven by our commitment to provide our students with the highest standards of teaching and learning so that they are able to achieve their full academic potential. In return, we have high expectations of student behaviour and their commitment to their learning. Winsford staff lead by example and nurture an environment of trust, respect, optimism and honesty for all within our Academy in a partnership with students, parents and carers.
Winsford has outstanding facilities, which provide excellent opportunities for students and members of the local community to succeed in a variety of activities. Winsford Academy is a school at the heart of the local community that we are proud to serve.
As a school, we are very proud of the young people in our care and their academic and personal successes. Winsford Academy provides a friendly, caring, creative and purposeful learning environment.
Mr G Evans
Winsford Academy Principal
“Exceptional leadership and robust governance mean that standards and achievement for all pupils have risen sharply. The trust’s executive principal and senior leaders have brought about rapid and sustained improvement in the quality of teaching, learning and assessment, pupils’ outcomes and their behaviour. Pupils, including those who are disadvantaged, make good progress in most subjects and very good progress in English.”