Pele Trust

Pele Trust is a Multi Academy Trust (MAT) in Northumberland

We are a family of schools in Northumberland and North Tyneside working together to provide the best possible learning experiences for our pupils through partnership and collaboration.

We are named after Pele Tower, an example of which can be found in Ponteland, but also across much of the English-Scottish border including at Hulne Priory in Alnwick. The Pele Tower was a medieval watch tower that also acted as a safe haven and was built to protect the local people from Border reivers.

In the same way, Pele Trust has been built to be a symbol of strength, protection and trust.

Our ambition is to be a learning community where strong relationships ensure everyone: