Welcome to Perry Hall Multi-Academy Trust Website

Perry Hall Multi-Academy Trust was established in April 2014, after being joined by Berrybrook Primary School following sponsorship from Perry Hall Primary School – the hub school within the Trust.

Perry Hall Multi-Academy Trust is managed by our board of trustees, and led by myself, Amarjit Cheema, CEO and National Leader of Education. The Trust currently comprises of five schools:

  • Perry Hall Primary School
  • Berrybrook Primary School
  • Dunstall Hill Primary School
  • Birds Bush Primary School
  • Woodthorne Primary School

The whole ethos within our Trust is centered around sharing best practice across all of our schools. It is not just about one person, it is a team effort, which we know from experience will ultimately deliver the best results for schools, and most importantly for the children.

It is imperative that any school within our Trust believe in and follow whole-heartedly our aims and intentions (detailed on this website). These are at the core of everything that we do.

Amarjit Cheema
National Leader of Education

Berrybrook Primary School

Berrybrook joined Perry Hall Multi-Academy Trust in 2014 whilst receiving school to school support from Perry Hall Primary School. Since then, Berrybrook have gone from strength to strength and have recently been awarded a ‘Good’ school by Ofsted. The below chart highlights the School’s results in comparisons to the national average for percentage of children who achieved or surpassed Level 4 in Key Stage 2 tests.

  • National Average Previous Year 80%
  • Berry Brook Primary Previous Year 90%
  • National Average This Year 53%
  • Berry Brook Primary This Year 74%

Perry Hall Primary School

Perry Hall is the hub school within the trust. This is a ‘Good’ school which is described by Ofsted as being ‘Well on the way to becoming an Outstanding School’. Perry Hall are a National School to School Support School with a proven track record of raising standards in schools within Wolverhampton and based further afield.

The below chart highlights the School’s results in comparisons to the national average for percentage of children who achieved or surpassed Level 4 in Key Stage 2 tests.

  • National Average Previous Year 80%
  • Perry Hall Primary Previous Year 93%
  • National Average This Year 53%
  • Perry Hall Primary This Year 75%

Perry Hall Primary School is a National Teaching School

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At Perry Hall we have a fantastic team of leadership and teaching staff who have fully embraced the broader range of opportunities available to them by being part of a multi-academy trust. I am very proud of the team ethos we all share. Most importantly, children are given an education which is of the highest standards through the sharing of best practise and leadership across all of the schools within our Trust

Rekha Kohli

Head of Perry Hall Primary School

Joining Perry Hall Multi-Academy Trust has given me the opportunity to work alongside professional and caring people who care about the futures they offer our children. There is always someone to turn to for advice or support. It is like an extended family.

Darryl Asbury

Head of Dunstall Hill Primary School

Being part of Perry Hall Multi-Academy Trust has allowed Berrybrook Primary to have more freedom and autonomy to drive our school’s improvement. The increased opportunity to share strategic leadership across the schools in the Trust has enabled us to benefit from greater support and challenge, which has in-turn lead to a significant improvement in our pupil outcomes

Tom Hinkley

Head of Berrybrook Primary School


The summer of 2017 will see the largest public art event ever to take place in Wolverhampton with the arrival of 30 wolf sculptures which will be located at key city centre sites and in West Park.

Schools across the city of Wolverhampton, along with 10 artists, have joined together to turn mini wolf sculptures into artwork to capture the imagination of children and adults alike.

The purpose of this project is to promote the City of Wolverhampton through the artistic work of schools and the local community.

All three schools within Perry Hall Multi-Academy Trust have taken part in this event, whose mini wolves are proudly on display in Wolverhampton Art Gallery between  8 July 2017 – 17 September 2017.


Great News for Pupils in Wolverhampton!


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