Welcome to Montgomery Road Campus

Statutory Information & Performance Indicators

Please find below links to statutory information for Montgomery Road Campus.

Governance Structure & Information 

St Christopher’s Academy Ofsted 

St Christopher’s Academy Ofsted 2013

St Christopher’s Academy Monitoring Visit October 2013

St Christopher’s Academy Monitoring Visit November 2014

Montgomery Road Campus Self Evaluation Form (SEF) December 2019

Montgomery Road Campus Improvement Plan June 2020

Pupil Premium Strategy Statement December 2019 Montgomery Road Campus

SEN Information Report Summary Montgomery Road Campus 2019

Safeguarding Procedures

Statement of Behaviour Principles

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The Education and Inspections Act 2006 requires us to make, and from time to time review, a written statement of general principles to guide our Head Teachers in determining measures to promote positive behaviour for learning.  Practical applications of these principles are the responsibility of the Head Teacher.  this statement has been adopted by the Raedwald Trust Board as a whole, following consultation with the Head Teacher and staff at each Raedwald Trust Academy.  Pupils, parents and carers are made aware of these principles through our website and they are detailed further in our Behaviour Policy.

At the Raedwald Trust all of our relationships are underpinned by our core values and how we demonstrate these.  We have high expectations that support the development of young people as effective and responsible citizens.

The purpose of the Behaviour Policy and Statement of Principles is to encourage positive behaviours from all of our pupils so that they can engage with their education.  We work alongside pupils and parents/carers to plan individual approaches to manage these behaviours where appropriate.

We believe that:

  • Good progress is most likely with regular attendance and punctuality;
  • Academy settings are centres of learning: staff expect to teach and provide inspirational learning opportunities
  • Pupils are expected to learn to the best of their ability. This is the case for learning both within our classrooms and in the full range of alternative provision; and
  • A calm and disciplined learning environment based on mutual respect and positive relationships is the best place in which pupil progress can be achieved.

We expect every adults at the Raedwald Trust:

  • To believe all our pupils can do well;
  • To believe young people can build positive achievement within a structured framework of behaviour management;
  • To recognise behavioural norms and promotes them in a positive way;
  • To provide a consistent and clear view of what we mean by good behaviour;
  • Teach appropriate behaviour through positive interventions; and
  • To ensure that this is based on the promotion of self-esteem and self-discipline.

We expect everyone to:

  • Attend regularly;
  • Arrive at school and to lessons on time;
  • Dress in accordance with the relevant dress code;
  • Eat and drink in appropriate places;
  • Ensure that mobile phones are on silent during lessons;
  • Follow staff instructions;
  • Listen to each other carefully and with respect;
  • Do their best in work and behaviour;
  • Take part in activities and get fully involved;
  • Use appropriate language;
  • Keep hands feet and personal comments to yourself;
  • Become responsible for themselves, their group and the academy setting; and
  • Consider other people and always treat others as they wish to be treated themselves;
  • Do not intentionally damage property or resources.

We believe it is essential that staff act appropriately in order to minimise the risk of accusation of improper conduct towards a young person.  Staff set an important example.  Within the Raedwald Trust, they are the key role models for our pupils and their consistent modelling of the principles of effective and co-operative behaviour is a crucial influence.  The key relationship within each setting is that between the pupil and the class teacher, supported in a range of important ways by the support staff assigned to each individual tutor group, or to a curriculum area.


  • Intentionally minimise embarrassment and hostility;
  • Develop and maintain respect;
  • Maintain a judicious sense of humour;
  • Use appropriate, agreed assertion in a consistent, fair and calm manner.

Through these mechanisms, staff will encourage an atmosphere of mutual trust.  At the Raedwald Trust there is shared responsibility for managing pupil behaviour and all staff will work towards providing a safe, purposeful and caring environment.

Across the Raedwald Trust it is recognised that when the individual needs of young people are met, incidents of challenging behaviour can usually be kept to a minimum.  With this in mind, well-organised and well-planned lessons with clearly set and achievable tasks are the most effective means of encouraging positive behaviour.  Pupils will be assessed regularly to ensure learning is targeted to their individual needs in the most effective way.

Year 11 Attainment – Montgomery Road Campus 2019


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Please click here for the Raedwald Trust Careers & Education Policy.

Our Lead for Careers Education is Martin Weston.

Redwald Trust Gatsby Benchmarks

Raedwald Trust Careers Delivery Guide 2019-2020

Montgomery Road Campus Career Programme Of Delivery 2019-2020

This year, we are happy to be working towards the prestigious Investors in Careers award.  Across all of our age groups, there is no restriction as to how many 1:1 guidance appointments students can have over their time with us.  We also welcome parents and families to contact us for any advice or guidance they require.  The careers team is always happy to meet with you.

Montgomery Road Campus Gatsby Benchmarks

Year 10

Experiencing the world of work and employers’ expectations is vital in moving towards employ-ability.  During Year 10 all students take part in a one day a week group community volunteering at Green Light Trust for 6 weeks.  Year 10 also take part in a group enterprise project for 7 weeks planning and delivering a project that also involves fundraising.  Later in Year 10, pupils will have the chance to embark on individual work experience placements or work shadowing, and to group interview professionals about their jobs to practice their own interview skills.  The focus is very much on developing their employ-ability skills.  Students will also visit the Suffolk Skills Show in October at Trinity Park.

Year 11

Preparation for Progressions – students undergo a programme of education, information and guidance to help them make the vital decisions about their future.  A series of PHSE lessons teaches them about effective decision making, explores their options and gives support in making their applications.  It covers the full range of routes into their future including sixth form, FE College, apprenticeships and school leaver programmes.  This is supported by 1:1 careers/college preparation interviews and a progression interview with a member of the Early Help Team.  All pupils have the opportunity to gain a qualification in Preparation for Working Life via their PHSE programmes.  Staff offer practical support with placement/college visits and interviews, taster sessions and travel training to assist with moving on.