We are home to 85 schools and academies within the Diocese of Ely, located in Cambridgeshire, from Norfolk to South Suffolk, Peterborough to Newmarket and Wisbech to Babraham.
We have over 15,000 learners of all faiths and none.
We are highly aspirational, and set high standards of attainment for all our students enabling them to be the best they can be and have high hopes for their futures.
“I have come so you may have life in all its fullness”
Our schools are run on Christian principles for all people.
The Church of England’s Vision for Education
The Vision Document has been summarized in three different ways for different audiences...
The Head's Version
The Parent Version
The Pupil booklet
Talks by the main speakers at the national conference on the Church of England's Vision for Education can be viewed on You Tube - use the links below:
Four TED talks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UbgcqMLDQg&list=PLadNxEAjSt_6ssXgSg_e19OFk6qWmuuAz
Archbishop Sentamu's keynote address https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szU47ChOWRg&t=5s
Dame Alison Peacock’s address https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxIFFQbXR7o
Helen Matter's "Hands on Vision" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTL-0MBdyMU
The Ely Diocesan Synod adopted the Strategy "People Fully Alive: Ely 2025" with its five levers of change:
- Nurture a confident people of God
- Develop healthy churches and leaders
- Serve the community
- Re-imagine our buildings
- Target support to key areas
The Diocesan Board of Education and Schools Team are fully committed to the Strategy as an integral part of their work with schools.