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“Life in all its fullness.” John 10:10

The Taunton Academy has a proud and honourable history of serving its community with Integrity and Respect.  We provide exceptional care for all students and maintain high expectations and standards, providing good role models to whom students can aspire and fostering outstanding relationships. Our principal values are central to everything we do and link well with our three academy rules of Ready, Respect and Safe.

The vision of the Trust is to create an environment which enables partner schools, such as Taunton Academy, to deliver exceptional education. These are:

  • Having a culture that cares for the individual and promotes inclusivity, equality and mutual respect.
  • Striving to add value and achievement beyond what might be expected.
  • Keeping students at the centre of everything we do.
  • Working collaboratively and constructively as a team in order to best serve the local and wider community.
  • Being determined and rigorous in our pursuit of educational excellence.
  • Honesty and integrity are central to our work

As a Church school, we celebrate individuality and diversity and encourage all students to reflect upon themselves and the world around them. We provide opportunities to extend students’ understanding of all faiths, as well as the place of Christianity within society, in order to have greater respect and tolerance towards others. We aim to equip our students for life beyond the academy by promoting a love of learning, a sense of awe and wonder in life, and by developing resourcefulness, resilience, reflectiveness, reciprocity and responsibility.

The personal and emotional needs of the staff and students take high priority alongside a real commitment to Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural education (SMSC). This supports and reinforces the aims of the Taunton Academy, valuing all students equally and as individuals. All staff work together to create a happy, challenging, stimulating and caring environment in which students can enjoy their time at school and celebrate their achievement.

The school strives to build a community which encourages all its members to develop a healthy respect for each other.  In addition, we provide a happy, stimulating and caring environment where there are opportunities, encouragement and stimuli to develop each student to their full potential.

We are committed to developing the ‘whole child’ and this is expressed in the vision and values and through our aspiration to change lives for the better.

“In everything, therefore, treat people the same way you want them to treat you.” Matthew 7:12