Bolton Impact Trust
We have been left devastated by the sudden passing of our beloved teacher Sue Schofield.
Sue has been a valuable member of our team at Youth Challenge for almost 20 years. In that time she has touched the lives of hundreds of children and their families.
Our thoughts are with Sue’s family at this sad time.
Executive Principal’s Introduction
I am proud to lead the Bolton Impact Trust as its Executive Principal.
Our Trust is based upon values which include giving pupils a fresh start and our fundamental aim is always to provide our children with the opportunities to return to mainstream education if appropriate. In instances where this isn’t possible, we will always endeavour to provide them with the equality of opportunity which their mainstream peers are entitled to.
Celebrating achievement is our motto. This is supported by a set of clear values built around the central principles of unconditional positive regard, affection and warmth.
More personalised provision is provided to those pupils who require non-traditional learning environments. This includes teaching in the home, at our off site provision and in hospital.
Pupils may attend our Academies on either full time or part time timetables as we pride ourselves on creating personalised learning programmes for all of our learners.
The Trust has three layers of Governance:
It has five Members, whose role is to make key strategic decisions and to appoint Trustees.
A board of nine Trustees, whose manage the Trust on a day to day basis.
Three local governing bodies: Secondary Behaviour, Primary and Medical, who oversee the Trust’s functions at an Academy level.
The Trust’s ethos is to inspire every young person to acquire the knowledge, skills and experience necessary, both inside and outside the traditional classroom environment, to fulfil their true potential.