System Leadership


Prestolee Multi Academy Trust has worked hard to develop a local, regional and national reputation for excellence.  Working with our key partner schools, the Department for Education and the National College are all focused on how we can develop our school, other schools and bring coherence to the wider system.

All our system leadership is focused on keeping Prestolee strong.  This gives us the access to the best professionals, the best quality teachers, the best research and the most innovative practice.  It helps us challenge ourselves to do better and provide a really world class education at Prestolee.

In this section you can find out about our work in developing the National Conferences, our work in system leadership across Greater Manchester and the North West alongside our school to school work,  As a National Teaching School, and National Support School we work to deliver high quality school to school support.  Alongside this our Continuing Professional Development work, research and engagement work is aimed at improving education for all. 

Our work as a School Centred Initial teacher Training (SCITT) organisation is focussed on providing high quality teachers for the all schools.  

Working across many schools as a national support school we work to develop schools locally and nationally.  Our Headteacher is a National Leader of Education and our school alongside its alliance has many specialist Leaders of Education and school to school support packages.

As a Trust sponsor we are working to develop our family of schools working together under our Multi Academy Trust.

As a system leadership school we are responsible for the North West School Led conference and the associated regional conferences.  We work with a range of partners to provide this.

We also lead on Family of Schools, an organisation across Greater Manchester designed to support quality education for all, supporting and disseminating best practice.

Explore the tabs from the drop down menu in 'The Trust' to find out more about what we do for the community of schools across the country.



  • “Pupils of all abilities and backgrounds make excellent progress in reading, writing and mathematics throughout school and their attainment is high by the time they leave in Year 6.” Ofsted 2012