At Dixons, we ask ourselves four critical questions to achieve clarity for everyone in our Trust.
Those who have visited our schools have recognised that our strong cultures liberate teachers to teach and students to learn – and, because students know why we do things, they buy into them.
Self-determination theory posits that humans have natural growth tendencies and want to learn and develop.
The optimal balance between consistency and self-determination that can empower agility.
All Dixons academies apply these common principles to curriculum creation and development.
Some resources for students, families and staff to access advice and support for a range of issues.
We are passionate about using music and performing arts to support our students’ learning and development.
We add capacity and provide opportunity through collaboration and growing together.
We have a firm belief in educating the whole child, and we know that this can only be done by providing a well-balanced education that encompasses both classroom learning and outdoor experiences.
Dixons students know that there are no shortcuts when it comes to success in academics and life.