A little about Bishop Hogarth Catholic Education Trust ...

Aim

The aim of Bishop Hogarth Catholic Education Trust is to provide a practical and moral purpose to the furthering of education, giving strength and a collective responsibility for the educational welfare of pupils in our schools.  Teaching School status and strong links with the National College for Teaching and Leadership means that professional development of staff is central to the work of the Trust.

The Trust

Bishop Hogarth Catholic Education Trust has overarching accountability and governance of a number of Academies. Carmel College, Holy Family, St Augustine’s, St Bede’s  and St Teresa’s Primary Schools, Darlington.  Our Lady and St. Bede, St Gregory’s Primary School, and St. Bede’s Stockton.  St Michael’s Catholic Academy and Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary, St Paul’s Catholic Primary School, St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, St John the Evangelist Catholic Primary School, Billingham, St Joseph’s, Norton and St William’s Trimdon.

Collaboration

All members benefit from the strong ethos and quality governance.  Being members of the trust has formalised the collaboration between schools sharing a vision to provide the best possible outcomes for all our children. This is an exciting time for all the schools involved and we provide a wealth of opportunities for students and staff across the Trust.