Goldsworth Trust Vision

Our academy trust consists of outstanding schools: all are centres of excellence in working with their own particular intake of pupils to ensure that they are happy, respectful, well rounded children achieving their highest potential and finding their unique talents.

Please contact us if you would like to join our academy and be part of the great future it has in store.

Goldsworth Primary School

The GOLD of Goldsworth:

We have taken the Gold of Goldsworth to express what it means to be part of the Goldsworth community:

  • Growing together
  • Opportunities for all
  • Learning for life
  • Daring to dream

We believe these four things embody our vision for the school as we aim to be a thriving, optimistic, inclusive, resilient learning community, where all who are part of it are valued for all that they are and all that they contribute to the community. The ethos of the school continually promotes the global values of respect, truth, love and hope and those who work and learn here aim to live out those values to the best of their ability.

St John's Primary School

Educating the whole child

We are committed to achieving enjoyment and excellence in our academic, creative and sporting curriculum. Our lasting legacy is that children leave St John’s with a love of learning and a pride in their personal development that will be taken into their next phase of education, becoming the foundation for a happy and successful future.

The staff and governors at St John’s are passionate about child safety both in school and via the internet and respect for each other is built into everything we strive to do.

What is the Goldsworth Trust

Goldsworth Trust is a Multi Academy Trust (MAT) consisting of two school situated in Woking, Surrey; Goldsworth Primary School and St John’s Primary and Nursery School. It opened in 2012 and consisted at that time of one school, Goldworth and in 2013 St John’s joined the MAT

The two schools are led by an Executive Headteacher and work closely together to share good practice whilst keeping their own individual uniqueness. There are Trust Members, a Trust Board of Directors and a Trust Accountant who work over both schools and Headteachers and a Local Governing Advisory Board over each individual school

Currently the schools share an Executive Head, IT Manager, Facilities Manager, Gymnastics Specialist and Home School Link Worker but are looking to the future where more roles can be shared.