King Edward VI Grammar School is currently consulting pupils, parents, staff, Louth Schools and Feeder Primary Schools about converting to Academy status and forming The King Edward VI Education Trust.
The drive towards schools collaborating has been happening since 1997 and the London Challenge. The documents below explain the changing education landscape, and the CfBT London Challenge Report is an academic review of the factors that lead to schools in London moving from being some of the worst in the country to becoming some of the very best. The National College Report is an academic piece of research analysing the changing landscape referred to in the ASCL report.
Farringdon is a small rural market town in Oxfordshire with a series of small villages encircling it. Faringdon School formed a Trust in September 2012 consisting of itself and three small primaries. Since then The Trust has grown to provide support for the other local village primary schools and today it supports eight schools with the services and support previously provided by Oxfordshire Local Authority and their School Improvement Team. You can see more about The Trust by following the link below:
King Edward VI Education Trust
Lincolnshire LN11 9LL
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