Parent Letter from the LCT
It has been a wonderful and busy term where our students from across our Trust have enjoyed the most amazing successes.
It has been a wonderful and busy term where our students from across our Trust have enjoyed the most amazing successes. Our sports teams have excelled, and we have seen performing arts shows that have yet again highlighted the stunning talent we have in our schools. There is nothing more enjoyable for us as staff and for you as parents to see our children happy and achieving in so many different ways.
As we race towards the end of term, we have several exciting events taking place across our schools that will undoubtedly demonstrate the positive experiences of our students and our engagement with our community. Please look at our websites for details and come and support the events as you have throughout the term so far. One key event is the marking of our CEO, Dr Gill Eatough retiring at the end of the term. Dr Eatough has been the heart of the Learning Community Trust since its inception, growing it rapidly to include primary, secondary and special schools within our local community. Her vision was to ensure that every child within our Trust had the very best educational experience for our young people. We firmly believe that she has achieved this aspirational vision and wish her all the best in her well-earned retirement.
We have decided to run a Trust wide event to celebrate her career that will include a large number of students from across all of our schools. To facilitate the event, we have decided to dismiss our secondary students at 1pm on Friday 16th December. Students will all have lunch before being dismissed at 1pm. If this timing causes any concerns, please contact academy attendance team and we will make arrangements to support you.
Many thanks for your ongoing support. As Dr Eatough has always maintained, it is our wonderful community and school working together that ensures our young people become such successful individuals.
Learning Community Trust
Date Published: 06 Dec 2022