The purpose of the Diocese of Gloucester Academies Trust (DGAT) is to provide children of all faiths and none with excellent educational provision which transforms lives within a caring and supportive Christian ethos. Our aim is, therefore, to provide a complete and fully-inclusive education which:
Enables human flourishing by encouraging pupils’ and adults’ gifts and talents;
Nurtures the social, moral, spiritual and cultural development of the academy community, as well as maximising the progress, achievement and attainment of every child;
Celebrates the intrinsic value of every person, made in the image of God.
Winchcombe Abbey are Outstanding!
Governors, staff and pupils are delighted with their Outstanding Ofsted report
Clearwater C of E Primary Academy
Funding agreement agreed to open a new Free School in September 2017
St James’ C of E Primary School Joins DGAT
We are delighted to welcome St James’ C of E Primary School to the Trust as of 1st April 2017.
Dedication of Winchcombe Abbey New Build
The Right Reverend Robert Springett, Bishop of Tewkesbury attended Winchcombe Abbey C of E Primary School to dedicate their new build.
Ofsted judge that Primrose Hill has 'improved rapidly' since becoming an academy
Governors, staff and parents celebrate as they are judged to be 'good' in all areas
Longney School closed today
Information for parents
Winchcombe Abbey judged as 'Outstanding ' by church school inspector
Governors, staff and pupils celebrate the outcome of a church school inspection
Trust awarded new Free School in Gloucester
New Church of England school for Quedgeley
EYFS Teachers for Clearwater Church of England Primary Academy
An exciting opportunity for EYFS specialists to be the first teachers to be appointed to a brand new primary school, which will open in September 2017.
Principal for Clearwater Church of England Academy
An exciting opportunity for an outstanding leader with the vision and energy to help shape the educational provision within our new free school and nursery.
DGAT Inaugural Conference
One hundred and seventy four staff from five DGAT academies gathered at Gloucester Rugby Club for the Trusts’ inaugural conference.
Effective Academy Governance
Local Governing Bodies come together for training
Change Management Professional Development
Lead practitioners come together for shared inset training