Striving to achieve our best
Promoting high aspirations
Producing outstanding progress in achievements
Sharing skills and knowledge
Working in partnership
Committing to values
Celebrating diversity and individuality
Attigo Academy Trust
I am very proud to be CEO of Attigo and believe that our Academy Trust is a special organisation. Attigo is a Latin word which means to belong to and to reach and achieve. We were founded with the specific aim of working in partnership to achieve excellence through developing strong communities and valuing diversity.
Together we are greater than the sum of our parts.
Our schools are individual and each strive to meet the needs of the specific community that they serve. They each have unique qualities which we work hard to maintain and nurture, we always put the needs of the children at the heart of everything we do.
Our staff are a hardworking, adaptable, creative and dedicated team. They are valued and supported – we know that they are the foundation on which our schools are built so we endevour to ensure that their well-being is considered when decisions are being made. If you are interested in joining our team, then please make contact via the tab above.
The future is exciting as we enter the next phase of development for our Trust. If you want to find out more about our plans and how we support other schools, then look at the news section for further updates.
I hope you find this website informative. Please contact us if you have a question or would like further information about the work we do.
Catherine Lane – CEO
ATTIGO ACADEMY TRUST
Worcesters Primary School
Goat Lane, Enfield, EN1 4UF
Keys Meadow Primary School
84 Tysoe Avenue, Enfield, EN3 6FB
Houndsfield Primary School
Ripon Road, Edmonton, N9 7RE
Alma Primary School
Alma Road, Enfield, EN3 4UQ
ATTIGO ACADEMY TRUST
Leading The Way
The trust has 2101 pupils from the age of 2 to 11 years old
All member schools are Primary and based within the London borough of Enfield
The total number of teaching and support staff across its member schools.
OVER £5 MILLION
The trust has brought in £5.4 million ofCondition Improvement Funding since 2019. This money has been used to improve the buildings.