At present, we have the following schools in the Trust. Our schools have a well-deserved reputation for excellence and have been widely praised by Ofsted for the outstanding education they provide.
Beechen Cliff School
Beechen Cliff School is a boys’ secondary school of over 1,000 students, with a co-educational sixth form of around 300 students.
Hayesfield Girls' School and Mixed Sixth Form
Hayesfield Girls’ School is an all-girls secondary school, with a co-educational sixth form. Based on two sites in the centre of Bath, it has over 1,000 pupils, with 230 in the sixth form.
Oldfield School is a coeducational 11-18 school with 1110 students, with between 20 and 230 students in each year group. It takes students from Bath and villages and towns to the North West of the City.
Ralph Allen School
Ralph Allen School is a non-denominational 11-18 mixed school with approximately 1200 pupils. Its PAN is 180 with six forms of entry; there are approximately 220 pupils in the sixth form. It serves the community of Bath and surrounding areas.
Saint Gregory's Catholic College
Saint Gregory’s is a co-educational Catholic school with specialisms in Performing Arts and Science which takes 160 students each year. There is a joint sixth form provision on site with St. Mark’s School which also takes students from other schools. There are currently 130 students in the sixth form.
St Mark's School
St Mark’s School, Bath is an 11-18 co-educational Church of England secondary school serving the city of Bath and surrounding areas. The school shares a joint sixth form with St Gregory’s located on the Odd Down site.
Three Ways School
Three Ways is a Generic Special school for pupils aged 3 to 19 years. Pupils have a range of special educational needs and may include the following - moderate, severe and complex needs, profound and multiple learning difficulties, communication and autism.