On Friday 11 September 2015, Head Teachers, Deputy Headteachers, Principals and School Governors from the future five High School Education providers in Redditch – St Augustine’s Catholic High School, Tudor Grange Academy Redditch, RSA Academy Arrow Vale, Trinity High School and Ridgeway Academy, took time to meet the Regional Schools Commissioner (RSC) & Karen Lumley MP to discuss their plans to develop and further strengthen their working relationship.
Each school echoed the importance of providing the best education to the children in Redditch and their individual commitment to working together to support one another in a balanced and cohesive approach to meeting the educational needs of their students.
Dates will soon be confirmed for forthcoming meetings that will take place in Redditch to enable the schools to develop the existing dialog between them. Each school site will take turns to host the meetings and together they will be working towards an agenda focusing on pathways centred on transparency, parental support and confidence building with an ultimate goal of delivering excellence.
RSC Pank Patel said – “Everyone working together in this way will undoubtedly lead to producing the best outcomes for young people in this area. I really welcome this approach.”
Karen Lumley MP added – “It was great to have all of the five School Heads and Governors round the table together with a shared common goal. I very much look forward to working with them and all of the schools in Redditch to provide the very best education we can for the children in Redditch.”
Karen Lumley MP, Rose Rees from TGAR, Michael Bennett from Ridgeway AC, Tony Quinn from St Augustine’s Catholic High School, Jo Cottle from Trinity High School and Guy Shears from RSA AC Arrow Vale.
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