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Nicola Gould (left) and Elizabeth Sheridan

Stockland Green School welcomes two new school leaders

The school, which is part of The Arthur Terry Learning Partnership, has a bright future

Posted by Lucinda Reid | January 21, 2017 | People, policy, politics

High-achieving staff and students at Stockland Green School, part of the Arthur Terry Learning Partnership (ATLP) are enjoying a positive start to the year.

Not only has the popular academy welcomed a new Acting Headteacher and Deputy Headteacher, but children took part in a celebration evening last week to reward their stellar success at the academy.

New Acting Headteacher, Nicola Gould, and Acting Deputy Headteacher, Elizabeth Sheridan, joined more than 50 parents to watch students receive top awards in recognition of their hard work and love of learning.

Nicola Gould said: “Our children are setting the ‘Stockland Green Standard’, demonstrating our core values such as quality of work and courtesy, which is emblazoned across our classrooms. The celebration evening recognises their pride and commitment to school and it was wonderful to be part of that experience.”

Nicola Gould, an experienced leader who was previously Head of Academy at Bournville School, is looking forward to being part of the school’s on going cycle of improvement as she added: I’m honoured to be joining this school at such an exciting time and to be working alongside such an outstanding learning community. I’m thrilled to be part of the family and thank everybody for welcoming us.”

Acting Deputy Headteacher, Elizabeth Sheridan, who has been working at the school as an assistant headteacher, is helping Nicola and fellow Stockland Green School Deputy Headteacher, Sean Castle, to lead the school forward.

Elizabeth Sheridan said: “It’s a real privilege to have this opportunity to work with Nicola at this level. The students and staff are fantastic and they really appreciate this school, which is such a cherished part of the community. I’m also grateful for the opportunities that being part of the ATLP has given me to progress my own career.”

For more information, visit Stockland Green School’s website.

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