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Ogbourne C of E Primary School

Our Partner Schools

A family of schools

Achieving excellence

Empowering individuality

The Excalibur Multi-academy Trust

In 2015 we joined the Excalibur Multi-Academy Trust. This means that we work in a formal partnership with some of the other local schools in the area, including our local secondary school, St John's, Marlborough.

One of the strengths of Excalibur Trust is the 'all-through' practice (from infants to sixth form). We work together with St John's, sharing policies and practices, whilst still retaining the individuality and unique character of ourselves as a small, caring village school.

For further information about Excalibur and St John's, please access the following websites:

Excalibur:     http://excalibur.org.uk

St John's:     http://www.stjohns.wilts.sch.uk

Information about how our Excalibur status affects our pupil admissions to St John's can be found in the admision documents, available on the Excalibur website.

Excalibur Academies

To date, November 2019, Schools and Academies within Excalibur are:

  • Burbage Pre-school
  • Burbage Primary School
  • Easton Royal Academy
  • Fairfield High School, Bristol
  • Great Bedwyn CofE Primary School
  • John O'Gaunt School, Hungerford
  • Lambourn CofE Primary School
  • May Park Primary School, Bristol
  • Oare CofE Primary School
  • Ogbourne CofE Primary School
  • St. John's, Marlborough
  • St. Katharine's CofE Primary School
  • The Wren School, Reading

Marlborough Area Cluster

We also benefit hugely from being part of the Marlborough Area Cluster which is a group of sixteen schools who meet together to achieve the following common aim:

The Marlborough Collaborative Partnership is a driving force committed to continuous improvement with aspirational outcomes for children in our schools. It preserves the distinctiveness of each school while embracing the strengths of shared services, expertise and support.

Our work involves a range of activities including cluster events for children (e.g. sports and music festivals) and joint training for school staff.

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