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ATT welcomes new secondary academy

Queen Elizabeth Academy joins Academy Transformation Trust

Posted by Stephanie Broad | July 15, 2016 | People, policy, politics

The Queen Elizabeth Academy in Warwickshire is the latest school to join the Academy Transformation Trust (ATT).

The secondary academy transferred to ATT from another sponsor on 1 July 2016 following a successful consultation period.

Dan Watts remains principal of the academy, where he has been permanent principal since January 2016.

Dan is very positive about a new start for the academy: “We are looking forward to joining ATT and to working together with other academies within the trust.

“We have been working closely with ATT throughout the transfer process and we are keen to start our journey together.

“We aim to support all of our students to realise their full potential and to equip them with the skills and qualities required for success in the competitive 21st century. We are committed to raising standards and providing students with exceptional opportunities to support learning.

“Teamwork is at the heart of everything we do and by working together with ATT we aim to secure a successful future for all of our pupils.”

Ian Cleland, CEO of ATT, said: “I would like to welcome The Queen Elizabeth Academy to the ATT family.

 “We have been working closely with Dan and his staff for some time and we look forward to the academy joining ATT and to the opening of their brand new building in September.

“Our mission and values are closely linked and we are confident that we will be able to support Dan, his staff and, most importantly, the pupils to be the best that they can be.

“We passionately believe that every child deserves a first class education and the very best chance in life and we will work together with Dan and everyone at The Queen Elizabeth Academy to make this a reality for their pupils.”

www.tqea.attrust.org.uk

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