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Tower Road


Our Vision and Aims

Our Vision

  ~ Learning for Life ~

 Knowledge, Values, Opportunities


Our Aims


To provide pupils with an exciting and varied curriculum, making maximum use of our excellent facilities whilst tailoring learning to the needs of individuals so that they achieve their maximum potential through great teaching.



To guide pupils to become caring, respectful young people in the community, confident to express their ideas and opinions. Our school values are; Being Kind, Having Good Manners, Being Healthy, Being a Good Role Model, Being a Good Citizen in the Community, and Achieving Our Best. Our values run through all that we do.



To equip pupils to be resilient and embrace all the changes that the future will bring, whilst ensuring they know how to be safe and happy, and display the school's values as they encounter new experiences, develop lasting memories and friendships and ultimately become the very best that they can be.





In order to maintain the high standards we have at Tower Road Academy, it is important that each year we identify those areas we continue to excel in as well as those areas that need to be developed.  


For 2023/2024, there are five priorities for development. These are arranged under the headings of Knowledge, Values and Opportunities, our vision for Tower Road.

Knowledge 1:

To maximise progress in writing so that attainment for all groups of pupils increases.

Knowledge 2:

Consistently good and better teaching results in pupils knowing more and remembering more.

Values 1:

Launch Health and Well-being Initiative.

Values 2:

"Being a good citizen in the community".

Opportunities 1:      

Raise the profile of arts, culture and creativity to achieve ArtsMark.

Part of the priority for Values 1 is increasing attendance so that every child achieves the Department for Education’s ‘expected’ level of attendance of 96% or more.