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SHINE Achievement Model

A Model for Achievement


The SHINE framework includes three essential elements PROVISION, ENHANCEMENT and ENRICHMENT which combined together proportionally create a unique and high quality education for pupils.


We believe that all schools regardless of circumstance should be encouraged and supported to include all three elements into their practice to ensure that a broad rich education is available for all pupils. 


We also acknowledge that all schools will be able to contribute elements of excellent practice to the Trust. On joining SHINE we will quickly seek to identify outstanding practice across the MAT and build this into our school improvement packages.



'Since I have been in post, it is evident that a great investment has already been made in the provision of opportunities for pupil and staff personal development. My original estimation is proving to be correct… In simple terms, SHINE is doing what it says on the tin! From a newly appointed Headteacher’s point of view, I strongly feel that I have had nothing but exceptional help, advice and support. I can furthermore see that this network of support and advice, which comes from the SHINE organisation is readily available at all levels.' Laura DiMartino - Headteacher Whitemoor Academy 'The schools which are part of the Trust, are all very different but we all share the passion for giving children the very best and the dedication which is required to make this happen. Working with like-minded people is both a privilege and a challenge.' Kate Hall - Headteacher Scotholme Primary 'We strongly believe in the values and ethos of SHINE and therefore, for us, it was a no-brainer as to which trust to join. We're proud that we are one the first schools to become part of this forward thinking establishment.' Stuart Moody - Headteacher Ranskill Primary 'Since Easter the school has been working with the SHINE to improve standards in teaching and learning. Staff morale has improved dramatically and everyone feels valued and appreciated.' Jane Parker - Headteacher Ironville and Codnor Park Primary Read More