Entries by Futura Learning Partnership


Expanded Aspire Academy is officially open

PHOTO: Futura Learning Partnership’s chief executive Andrea Arlidge, board chair Malcolm Broad, and SEND executive lead Julie Dyer with the Mayor of Bath Councillor June Player and the headteacher of Aspire Academy Peter Headeach at the official opening of the revamped school. A £2.2m redevelopment at Aspire Academy in Bath means that more of the […]

New Lead Sponsor for School Sport Partnership

We are pleased to announce that Gregory’s Estate Agent based in Keynsham is the new Lead Sponsor for School Sport Partnership. The School Sport Partnership develops and delivers physical activity, intervention programmes to improve the health and wellbeing for students at nearly 50 schools. Photo from left to right: Dave Burston – School Sport Partnership, […]

Congratulations SBL Academy!

SBL Academy were pleased to be able to welcome the Ofsted inspectors in to their Academy on 4 and 5 November 2021. The section 5 inspection resulted in the school being judged as ‘good’ in all areas. The inspectors said, ‘Pupils value and appreciate the subjects they learn. They like coming to school. Staff have […]

Futura Launch Ceremony Highlights

Our new identity as Futura Learning Partnership has been celebrated with a launch ceremony in each of our schools. It has been a joy to welcome dignitaries and members of the local community in person after the various lockdowns, and the students involved in the launch events have done themselves, their schools and the trust […]


Our Trust is proud to announce that we are starting the new school year with a new name. Futura Learning Partnership is the name chosen by the former Wellsway Multi Academy Trust, which runs 13 schools in Bath & North East Somerset, Bristol and South Gloucestershire. The Trust decided the change was needed to better […]



We are delighted that the hard work of students and the excellent support provided by staff and families was rewarded with some excellent GCSE results in 2021. All schools reported successes, including high-fliers with strings of A* grades, students who had made strong progress and exceeded their personal targets, and others who had triumphed despite […]