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Press Release from the Headteacher

Following an Ofsted Inspection on Tuesday 13th and Wednesday 14th February 2018, Three Towers has been judged as Outstanding.

Everyone connected with Three Towers is immensely proud of our academy and this Ofsted report recognises the high standards and expectations that have been achieved in a relatively short space of time, particularly given the framework which is so much more demanding than previous ones.

Our learners consistently achieve better than the regional and national averages for PRUs and alternative provision academies and it was gratifying to see pupil outcomes recognised as outstanding.   I am thrilled that the inspectors obviously recognised the tireless hard work, commitment, determination and dedicated professionalism that occur every day in all aspects of our provision.

It is pleasing to read that ‘Leaders, governors and the multi-academy trust (MAT) – have worked with determination to provide the very best for all pupils.  As a result, Three Towers is an outstanding place to learn. Leaders are passionate about making a positive difference to pupils’ lives. Together with the whole-staff team, they remove barriers to learning and create a nurturing environment where pupils feel secure’.

We are delighted the inspection team recognised that ‘Pupils’ outstanding personal development and welfare are central to the work of the school’ and that ‘Pupils feel very safe and extremely well looked after in school. They said that adults are ‘supportive and understanding’.’

The inspectors were also extremely impressed by our ‘uncompromising belief in each individual pupil and the potential that can be unlocked.’

This is a tremendous achievement for our first full inspection and one that could not have been achieved without the unwaivering support, guidance and challenge of The Rowan Learning Trust.

Likewise I must acknowledge and thank parents for their continued support and contribution to Three Towers on a daily basis as well as through the inspection process.

Roy Halford, CEO of The Rowan Learning Trust said:

“I am so proud of the staff and governors at Three Towers. Anne Isherwood has worked so hard to develop and inspire Wigan’s vulnerable children. We now have two Outstanding schools in the Rowan Learning Trust. I am delighted.”

Please click here to read the report.


Closure Update

Three Towers will be open on Friday 9th March, following the weather related closure today.


School Closed: Snow

Due to the adverse weather conditions, both the Hindley and Whelley sites will be closed today.

This decision has not been made easily but, due to current conditions and the forecast for the day, for pupil and staff health and safety, it was one that needed to be made.

Updates will be published on our website when available.


Phone problems at the Whelley Site

Phones are down at the Whelley site, for any urgent messages please ring the Hindley site or email:

office@ttapa.net – Hindley Site

ks2office@ttapa.net – Whelley Site


Hindley Site – Inset Day

The Hindley site will be closed to students on Fri 8th Dec as it is a staff training day, so there will be no onsite, outreach or vocational provision. Students return on Monday 11th December.


Telephones

Our main telephone number is not currently working. If you need to contact us, please use this number: 07880 934333.


Hindley site – Update

Engineers have checked the Hindley site today and we will be monitoring the situation over the next 24 hours. A further update will then follow regarding Tuesday.


Hindley site closed

The Hindley site is currently closed (28/04/2017) due to a gas leak. We will post updates throughout the day. Please check back for further information.