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E21C joins forces with the William Willett Learning Trust

The multi-academy trust is now responsible for the education of over 5,000 children

Posted by Lucinda Reid | May 10, 2018 | People, policy, politics

Multi-academy trust, E21C (Education for the 21st Century) is delighted to announce that it has been joined by the William Willett Learning Trust, following approval from the Secretary of State for Education.

E21C, based in Bromley, South East London, now comprises eight schools from both the primary and secondary phase. E21C is now responsible for the education of over 5,000 children between the ages of 5 to 18 years.

The existing schools of E21C are: The Ravensbourne School, Eden Park High School, Mottingham Primary School, Scotts Park Primary School, Blenheim Primary School and Spires Academy. Coopers School and Mead Road Infants are now part of this wider family of schools. E21C Trust has a strong ethos of promoting individuality for students and constituent schools, with a clear focus on developing comprehensive and effective strategies for school improvement.

“It’s a pleasure to welcome the staff, students and parents from Coopers School and Mead Road Infants into the E21C family,” said Paul Murphy, CEO of E21C. “E21C is now keenly looking forward to continually developing our school improvement work to the benefit of all the schools within the Trust.”

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