The Compass Partnership of Schools deliver the best educational outcomes for all children in their communities and we pride ourselves on our inclusivity and commitment to each and every child, whatever their background, ability or need. Together, we develop a love of learning and the motivation to succeed through rich and meaningful curricula, with a strong emphasis on the arts and sport. We know that school is an important part of our children’s experience and we work closely with our families to help them develop a sense of moral and social responsibility. Our inclusive curricula provide our children with learning experiences that enable them to become curious, enthusiastic, resilient, and confident. We are committed to ensuring that all our children succeed in their future endeavours. Our children leave the Compass Partnership of Schools well prepared for the next stage in their journey, able to navigate and discover limitless opportunities.
THE COMPASS PARTNERSHIP OF SCHOOLS
Shaping the future, transforming lives
Vision and ethos statement
Anchored in the historic Royal Borough of Greenwich at the centre of time itself, the Compass Partnership of Schools synchronises the past with the present for a future that benefits children across diverse communities. We are an innovative group of schools collaborating to transform lives, with social justice at the heart of everything we do. Our shared vision and values guide each child to become curious, enthusiastic, resilient and confident. We value learning as a creative endeavour and boldly map the journey ahead so that our children are able to successfully navigate and discover their limitless opportunities.
Ethical Leadership Statement
The premise of ethical leadership at Compass is to behave in a way that models Nolan’s Principles of Public Life, whereby decision making is underpinned by a framework of values. Our words, actions and practices develop to promote social engagement and challenge inequality and injustice.
This framework also protects individuals and organisations from the perverse effects of external pressures and accountability measures so that decisions are ethical and do not compromise integrity.
Our policies aim to achieve clarity for all, underpinning our ethical approach. Short term, reactionary measures do not offer sustainability, therefore we aim to support leaders in schools to focus on the long-term cohesion of the school and Trust community.
‘To do right’ is ambiguous – we can only be sure that what we choose to do is ethical – it does no harm to the emotional, physical, social and reputational well-being of individuals and schools. What constitutes right and what constitutes wrong is a value judgement.
At Compass, we seek to do no harm. We strive to achieve the very best outcomes across the curriculum thereby ensuring all children make exceptional progress and leave us as confident young people, ready for the future ahead of them.
Our children are playing a vital role in shaping the future of the Compass Partnership of Schools. School leaders meet regularly with representatives from the seven school councils to expand on their ideas and incorporate their feedback into the development of our partnership.