Lipson Co-Operative Academy, based in Plymouth has becomes the latest school to join the Ted Wragg Trust.
It is the fourth Plymouth school to join the ambitious Trust of schools, which aims to strengthen communities through excellent education. The Trust has the highest expectations for every child, every day, with social justice at its core.
The addition of Lipson who believe in valuing young people, putting them first, insisting in the highest quality in everything they do, with an emphasis on achievement as a core purpose will further strengthen the growing Trust and open up opportunities for pupils, staff and the Plymouth area.
Moira Marder, Chief Executive Officer of the Ted Wragg Trust, said: “I am so incredibly excited to welcome Lipson to our ambitious and inclusive Trust of Schools. The Trust continues to grow from strength to strength, we have gained real benefits from positively collaborating with our ever-growing network of schools and links to local and national organisations.”
Martin Brook, Headteacher at Lipson says, “Although Lipson will be joining the Ted Wragg Multi Academy Trust from January, we have been working really closely together for the last six months, during which the experience has been extremely positive.
“I can see only good things coming from the partnership and I think the relationship will benefit Lipson and the Trust as a whole.”
The Ted Wragg Trust is determined for everyone to fulfil their greatest potential, to be the best that they can be. With a relentless commitment to help transform lives through learning.
Lipson will be the 13 school to join the Ted Wragg Trust which also consists of Isca Academy, Cranbrook Education Campus, St James School, Exwick Heights Primary School, West Exe School, Whipton Barton Infant School and Nursery School, Whipton Barton Junior School, St Luke’s Church of England School, Marine Academy Primary, Marine Academy Plymouth, All Saints Academy Plymouth and Queen Elizabeth’s School
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