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Vision and Values


Our Vision 

The schools within our MAT are places where our children and young people learn and thrive.  We have a clear vision: 


"Creating Meaningful Futures"


This relates to each child and young person in every school and organisation.  It equally relates to the staff team – it speaks of positivity and optimism – the characteristics we definitely value as a trust. 


Our Mission Statement 

Our mission statement (the way we go about conducting our work) remains valid:  It encompasses an inclusive approach, the value of every individual and the purpose of our work: 


"Learning Together, Learning for Life, Learning for All"


Our Values 

At New Bridge Multi-Academy Trust we are driven by a set of seven moral values, each chosen by the people that represent them.  Our values reflect the qualities found in every member of our trust: 


We are caring

We are creative

We are inspiring 

We are passionate

We are innovative

We are collaborative 

We trust each other 


Click on the image to download About our Trust.


NEW BRIDGE SCHOOL is a generic special needs school for pupils and students between the ages of 11 and 19 across two sites, our 11-16 Roman Road campus and our 16-19 St. Martin’s Road site.

New Bridge School delivers a personalised curriculum that ranges from P1 to GCSE and equivalents. The school houses a swimming pool and specialist theatre, both of which are used daily by the local community.

HOLLINWOOD ACADEMY is a discrete environment catering for those on the autistic spectrum between the ages of 4 and 19. The school is based on our Hollinwood campus and offers qualifications that include GCSE and equivalents.





SPRING BROOK ACADEMY is an all-age school that caters for pupils with a range of Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) difficulties split across two sites.

Spring Brook Lower School, the primary department, is co-located with Lyndhurst Primary School in Hollins. Spring Brook Upper School, the secondary department, is based at our Dean Street site in Failsworth. The school delivers a personalised curriculum and offers qualifications up to GCSE level.

THE SPRINGBOARD PROJECT is a new free school opened in September 2019 on our campus in the centre of Oldham to provide high quality innovative alternative educational experiences for pupils and students with SEMH needs across the 14-19 age range.





HAWTHORNS SCHOOL Hawthorns is located in Audenshaw and supports primary aged children from across Tameside who have an Education, Health and Care plan (EHCP) and complex learning needs.

Samuel Laycock School is based in Ashton Under Lyne and supports young people with moderate learning difficulties from the ages of 11 – 17.