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About our trust

The Djanogly Learning Trust aims to provide excellent education that delivers outstanding outcomes for all.


The focus is on personalised learning, recognising the skills and talents of pupils and students as individuals, and nurturing them to achieve their very best outcomes.


Through partnership working, sharing best practice and innovative learning experiences, the Trust aims to raise the aspirations of young people aged 2 -19 to contribute to a positive future society.

Djanogly Northgate Academy

Djanogly Learning Trust

Djanogly Northgate Academy provides education for over 500 pupils aged 2 - 11 in and around the Basford area of Nottingham.  It was given a Good in overall effectiveness during the Ofsted inspection in January 2014.

Our Vision of Djanogly Northgate Academy is a school where everyone is a learner and everyone is committed to supporting learning in all its forms. It is a school where all contributions and roles are recognised, welcomed and valued and where cultural diversity is celebrated. We know that everyone is talented and believe it is our role to find out how, through high quality teaching and learning.

Djanogly Strelley Academy

Djanogly Learning Trust

Djanogly Strelley Academy provides education for over 400 pupils aged 3 - 11 in the Strelley area of Nottingham. Djanogly Strelley Academy joined the Djanogly Learning Trust in February 2014.

Djanogly Strelley Academy is a school that strives to allow all of our users; pupils, parents and staff to become the very best that they can be. It is a school where everyone is recognised, welcomed and respected. We are culturally diverse and believe that everyone has something that can enrich the lives of others. We know that everyone has their own talents, and believe that it is our role to develop them further through high quality teaching experiences and our exciting curriculum.

Vision and Values

innovation | resilience | excellence

A Journey to Excellence

We believe that every child has the right to an education that gives them the best opportunity to succeed and prosper. We know that this takes great people, hard work and attention to detail. This is a considerable responsibility and we take it very seriously. Everyone within our trust is fully committed to learning. Our ethos is to be innovative in order to improve, to develop resilience in order to face challenges, and to strive for excellence in everything we do.


We believe it’s vital to look for new and creative approaches in order to maintain our ongoing commitment to improving our teaching and learning provision. We strive tirelessly to achieve the best, are not afraid to take risks and are never complacent. All of our staff are actively encouraged to look for improved ways of working and to promote an atmosphere of trust.


We believe it’s crucial for both children and adults to develop a strong sense of self in order to succeed in challenging times. Our mission is to ensure that our children and staff have the independence to work things out for themselves, the confidence to ask for help when they need it and the courage to never give up.


We believe that everyone deserves to experience excellence. Our organisation is ambitious and we endeavour to support all our children and staff to reach their full potential. We commit to delivering high quality professional support at all levels as part of our journey to excellence. By providing this excellence in teaching and learning, we ensure that all our children have the necessary knowledge and skills to succeed.

Continuous Professional Development

A real commitment to individual professional development; that isn’t just words it is actions.

Our Journey To Excellence programme is committed to the following principles:

  • Trust: to identify areas for development in a mutually supportive environment which promotes collaboration, innovation and a degree of risk-taking
  • Empowerment: to take control of leading their own development within specific areas of practice; using the PMR and distinct monitoring processes
  • Integrity: by identifying development and supporting staff through collaboration and receptiveness
  • Access: the added value of drawing upon the experience and expertise of a range of well trained staff

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