Spen Trust

Spenborough Co-operative Trust

Spenborough Co-operative Trust was formed on 1st May 2012. It is a charitable trust which supports the work of eight schools in our community and Roberttown School is an associate member of the Trust.

The four key principles are:

  • Raising standards
  • Improving transition between key stages
  • Developing community links
  • Improving services for children and their families

The Trust logo was designed by pupils of the Trust.

As a school we want to provide the very best education for the children in our care. We believe that by working collaboratively with our Trust partners we will have a greater capacity to improve outcomes for the children in our school and those of others in our Trust.  

Members of the Trust are:

Partners of the Trust are:

Sarah Breeze – Enrichment Activity Facilitator (EAF) – Spenborough Cooperative Trust

Ensuring children are happy and challenging themselves is something I’m truly passionate about. I am absolutely delighted to have secured my new role as ‘Enrichment Activity Facilitator’ a new position within Spenborough Cooperative Trust. I thrive on organising and developing new projects and keen to do something positive to help support the communities within our Trust schools. I have lived in the local area all my life so I am familiar with all the schools within the Trust and the communities around them.

I live in Mirfield with my husband and two boys aged 5 and 6. I have nurtured and supported them through their Early Years. Now they are both in full time school I felt it the right time to move onto the next exciting chapter in my life. I knew I wanted to develop my expertise in education, so last year I went back to college completing Level 3 ‘Specialist support for Teaching and Learning in schools’.

My background is Project Management within industry. I was 14 years project coordinating for a large local paint manufacturer. I have vast experience of working for, and with, multi million pound businesses and appreciation of the complexity and diversity this can bring.

I look forward to working with all schools over the next few months and please let me know if I can be of help with any projects or ideas.

Trust Parliament Representatives 2016-18

Two Trust Parliament Representatives from each school in the Trust meet each term. The meetings give the pupils an opportunity to interact and share ideas with others.