Reynolds Primary School could become first primary member of Tollbar Multi-Academy Trust
REYNOLDS Primary School could become the first primary member of the Tollbar Multi-Academy Trust.
Phil Bond, chairman of Tollbar Family Of Academies, said: "On behalf of the trust board, I welcome Reynolds to our family of academies.
"We are convinced that both the schools and the trust will gain from this union.
"Reynolds will be the first primary member of the trust, and this is a great opportunity for us to draw on our years of experience in the primary sector.
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"As directors of Tollbar Family Of Academies, both Alec Else and I have more than 40 years' experience on the governing bodies of local primary schools.
"We also have a number of existing members of staff with primary school experience."
David Hampson, chief executive of Tollbar Family Of Academies, said: "I am really pleased to be working with the governors and staff of Reynolds Primary School in our shared commitment to make Reynolds an outstanding primary academy.
"We shall be working in close collaboration with the school throughout this process and we hope that Reynolds will be a full member of the trust by September 1, subject to final approval by the DfE.
"Reynolds is the largest feeder school for Cleethorpes Academy, which is a member of Tollbar Family Of Academies and, as an advocate of all-through education, I am delighted that parents in Cleethorpes may soon have a direct link between their children's primary and secondary education from the ages of 3 to 18."
Andrea Manders, chairman of governors at Reynolds Primary School said: "This is an exciting opportunity for pupils, parents and staff and demonstrates our commitment to raising standards and the aspirations of the pupils."