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Headteacher's letter June 2019

 

Recent Press Release

11th June 2019

Dear Parents and Carers,

You will recall that I wrote to you in January about the possibility of us merging with another education Trust.  There are many benefits to being part of a larger group of schools.  This development will allow us to increase teaching and learning expertise, add capacity to our staffing and improve staff training opportunities. Over recent years, the government has incentivised this model through various funding streams, otherwise unavailable to small trusts.  Being part of a larger Trust will mean we are able to generate financial efficiencies which will directly impact on both the quality of education provided as well as resources and improvements to the school site.

Trustees, Governors, our CEO and the leadership teams have worked together to explore the options available.  At all stages we have been clear that the priority for any change must be improvements that benefit our pupils.  We have sought to find the right fit for our academy, believing as we do in the importance of a caring inclusive culture which values each individual child.  At Lincoln Castle Academy we value our staff and have sought their views and involved them at all stages of discussions.  Read more ...

 

11th June, 2019

Academies to join larger Trust

Two popular Lincoln schools are set to join a local, high-performing multi-academy trust in a move that will benefit children and staff.

Lincoln Castle Academy and Ermine Primary Academy intend to become part of Healing Multi-Academy Trust from September.

The move will improve teaching and learning by adding capacity to staffing and improve training opportunities, said headteachers Louise Laming and David Manby.

“The priority was to make improvements that benefit our pupils,” said Mrs Laming, head of Lincoln Castle on Riseholme Road.

Both schools – which currently form the Academy of Lincoln Trust – announced to staff and parents in January they were looking to join another multi-academy trust.

Trustees, Governors, the Chief Executive Officer and the leadership teams had explored the options available.

“We have sought to find the right fit for our academy, believing as we do in the importance of a caring inclusive culture which values each individual child,” said Mrs Laming. Read more ...

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