Crawshaw Academy


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Our Mission Statement, Vision and Values


Redefining the future for people and places
Working in partnership towards a shared vision that places students’ learning, environments and local communities at the centre of our approach. Together we can transform learning and life chances to ensure every single student is given the opportunity to succeed and change the future, our future.
Taking pride in what we do
All our work and activities undertaken with care and done to the best of our abilities.
Doing the right thing
Making a positive difference in all we do and with all whom we meet.
Everyone has a voice
Listening and encouraging integrity and openness. We value all people and their views and we treat people as we, ourselves would want to be treated – with respect.
Bringing better to life
Believing we can all do better through asking questions, thinking differently, seeking innovative solutions and creating ideas that add value
7 Guiding Principles 

Crawshaw at the heart of the Pudsey community
Providing outstanding opportunities for everyone associated with our Academy and delivering a lasting legacy for each individual, their families and their communities.

Inclusivity first
Accepting students of all abilities and backgrounds. Reducing disadvantage in our community by closing the gap through inspirational teaching and outstanding enrichment opportunities for all students regardless of ability, social background and cultural diversity.

Fulfilling everyone's potential
Helping all our students realise their full potential by raising aspirations, boosting self-esteem and growing the confidence to aim high and achieve well.

Employability as a core
Developing work ready students with the skills, knowledge, expertise and character aligned to the needs of employers in a global world, which will prepare them for future success in further and higher education as well as employment.

Equipped to be positive citizens
Developing active citizens with a sense of moral purpose who will contribute positively to their local community, wider society and by leading successful economically independent lives

Meeting the need for local skills.

Improve wellbeing in the local Community by delivering the vocational and academic skills needs required to ensure that individuals and cohesive local communities thrive

The first choice for parents
Improving the learning and well-being of all children in the Community by actively supporting our learners families
Adam J.Daly
Crawshaw Academy
Robin Lane,
Leeds LS28 9HU
Tel: School switchboard 0113 3368540