Academy plans for St Andrew's College in Cleethorpes
A CONSULTATION is underway to transform the last remaining Cleethorpes school into an academy.
St Andrew’s College has secured sponsorship from the Nottingham Roman Catholic Diocesan Education Service (NRC DES) to fund the joint-church school.
Currently the college – which celebrated a 20 per cent rise of pupils getting A* to C GCSE results – is a trust between the Dioceses of Lincoln and Nottingham.
Principal Louise Wilson said: “Converting to an academy would support our school towards becoming an outstanding academy.”
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The NRCDES agreed to sponsor the college because of the improved grades.
Gail Neill, Director of Education for NRCDES, said: “We believe it can grow and develop to become one of the best providers of secondary education in North East Lincolnshire.”
The consultation will run until Friday, October 26.
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