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Academy update

News from across our Multi-Academy Trust

Spring term 2015

The Trust-wide INSET day was the first such event led by

the Academy Trust and it brought to life to our vision of a

family of schools working together with the University,

sharing ideas and sharing knowledge to enrich our pupils'

education. I warmly thank all who attended for their energy,

enthusiasm and positive feedback and I know that we all

look forward to our secondary colleagues from Mill Chase

Academy joining us at a future event.

This term we also welcomed our governing bodies to a

networking and training event at the University's Chichester

campus. With our new governance lead advisor, Verona

Hall, we looked at the role of the Local Governing Body in an

academy as well as exploring the resources and support

provided by the Academy Trust. Our governors are all

volunteers who contribute their time and extensive skills to

assist in the governance of our academies and we value

them greatly.

I know that much exciting work has been going on this term

in our academies and you can read about some of it in this

update. I thoroughly enjoy visiting our academies and

catching up on your news through your websites and

newsletters. I hope in return that these pages will give you

an insight into life across the Trust, particularly as our busy

family of academies begins to work more closely together in

all kinds of ways.

Sue Samson

Chief Executive Officer

From the Chief Executive Officer

What a great way to start 2015 at a full gathering of our primary phase teaching

staff at Berewood Primary School in Waterlooville.


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