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|History of the Pyramid|
In 1986, the headteachers of the Wyvern Pyramid schools decided to meet on a formal basis, to discuss common issues and facilitate the smooth transfer of pupils from one school to another. The advent of the National Curriculum, which was subject based, prompted the headteachers of the Pyramid schools to extend the work to curriculum areas by setting up meetings for curriculum managers to discuss common curricular issues.
In 1995, the headteachers set out a clear structure and purpose for the work of the pyramid in the form of a development plan, which is reviewed annually at the end of each academic year.
OFSTED inspection reports from each of the Pyramid schools have reported favourably on the work of the group. Past and current initiatives are as follows:
In 2005, we became a Full Service Extended School cluster. This means that we are helping the community as well as working together on Every Child Matters issues.
Statement of Purpose
To enhance the teaching and learning for pupils between 3 and 16 years of age, to ensure that pupils meet their full potential in the member schools; these aims being achieved by corporate work on: