We believe that every child deserves to enjoy a life of choice and opportunity. 

We act locally, around the UK, through a community based cradle-to-career model, grounded in great schools

We work nationally, to  drive systemic change towards cradle-to-career provision for all children

Our emerging impact
Reach Academy Feltham is having impact

The school, was judged outstanding in 2014. It achieved the 16th best GCSE results national with it first cohort in 2017 and sent 70% of its founding cohort to University in 2019

Reach Academy Trust has build a strong reputation

The Reach Academy Trust was approved to open a second school in Feltham in 2016, which is currently in pre-opening. Its co-founders have been recognised: Rebecca Cramer was shortlisted for the Global Teacher Prize in 2018 and Ed Vainker was awarded an OBE in 2019. 

The Reach Children's Hub is having an emerging impact

The Reach Children’s Hub was launched in 2017. In 2018 it launched an Early Learning Community in Feltham in partnership with Save the Children. The hub offers a range of support in the community, working with over 100 babies and families referred last term alone and handing out more than 25,000 meals during the pandemic in Feltham. 

We are already working beyond Feltham

We were awarded a Curriculum Fund grant in 2018 and more than 100 schools use our curriculum programmes in History, Geography and Science. Reach teachers played an important role in Oak National Academy last year. We work closely on school improvement, curriculum and teacher development with the Ted Wragg Trust in Exeter and Plymouth and are building similar relationships with schools and trusts around the country.