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Heronswood Primary School has joined The Rivers CofE Multi-Academy Trust to form the first Multi Academy Trust in Worcestershire.

 

Heronswood, along with St Clements CofE Primary, and Cutnall Green CofE First School, joined together to form the Rivers CofE Multi Academy Trust at the beginning of October 2014.  In April 2015 Great Witley joined the MAT followed by St Peters, Cranham and Northwick in September 2016.

 

   
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Kathryn Brunt, executive principal across all three schools, said: “We are a group of seven good and outstanding schools spread across the county; all varying in size, economic and social backgrounds, and religion, however we all share the same vision which is to ensure that each and every child leaves us fulfilling their maximum potential, and ready for the next stage of their learning journey at secondary school.”

To celebrate the launch of the new multi academy trust children at all three schools released coloured balloons at the same time, synchronising their actions by staying in touch over the phone.  Children at each school formed the new logo on their school playgrounds while a small group of children from each school went to the bridge in Worcester to release their balloons. 

 

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The three schools have been in contact for some time already, but the move toward a multi academy trust means they can increase their buying power, sharing services and facilities as well as letting staff share their teaching skills and opportunities to raise standards within the group.

  

North Worcester Primary School

The Rivers CofE Academy Trust is proposing to open a 3-11 community primary school in the North Worcester catchment area.

This new school will help eet the growing demand for primary places in the area and offer a high-quality eduation for children of all faiths and none.

The proposed school will be state funded by the Department of Education. It will be operated by the Rivers CofE Academy Trust which already delivers high quality education through its 7 schools in Worcestershire (Northwick Manor Primary, St Clement's CofE Primary, St Peter's CofE First, Cranham Primary, Cutnall Green CofE First, Great Witley Primary and Heronswood Primary.

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