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Our journey

25 September 2017: The Governing Body of Wildmoor Heath, a primary school in Crowthorne, Berkshire, has decided that the school should become an academy and join the Greenshaw Learning Trust.

1 September 2017: Five Acres High School in Coleford, Forest of Dean, and Yate Academy in Yate, South Gloucestershire, join the Greenshaw Learning Trust.

17 July 2017: Sutton Council agreed in principle to the disused All Weather Pitch and a small part of the Sports Village at Rosehill Recreation Ground being used for a new school.

1 June 2017: Crown Wood Primary School joins the Greenshaw Learning Trust.

6 December 2016: Sutton Council approved its draft Local Plan identifying the All Weather Pitch and part of the Sports Village at Rosehill for the new secondary school the Greenshaw Learning Trust has approval to open in Sutton.

1 September 2016: Tweeddale Primary School joins the Greenshaw Learning Trust.

1 July 2016: Victor Seymour Infants’ School joins the Greenshaw Learning Trust.

1 April 2016: The Brakenhale School joins the Greenshaw Learning Trust.

3 March 2016: Tweeddale Primary School proposes to join the Greenshaw Learning Trust.

22 February 2016: Greenshaw Learning Trust submits an application to DfE for funding to open a new 2 FE primary school in Sutton.

5 February 2016: The Department for Education approves the Greenshaw Learning Trust’s proposal to establish a new secondary age ASD base in Sutton.

September/October 2015: Sutton Council announces that the Rosehill site is not available and that they want a new school to be built on the Council land on the Sutton Hospital site. The Greenshaw Learning Trust tells the Council that the land at Sutton Hospital is not suitable for our proposed school and that we would continue to seek an appropriate site.

7 December 2015: Victor Seymour Infants School decides that it wants to join the Greenshaw Learning Trust.

1 December 2015: The Brakenhale School governing body decides that it wants to join the Greenshaw Learning Trust.

1 September 2015: Edenham joins the Greenshaw Learning Trust.

25 June 2015: DfE announces its preferred site for the proposed new secondary school is the dissued All Weather Pitch at Rosehill Park.

1 April 2015: Green Wrythe Primary School joins the Greenshaw Learning Trust.

9 March 2015: The Greenshaw Learning Trust's application to open a new secondary school in Sutton receives approval from the DfE.

2 March 2015: Edenham High School governing body decides it wants to join the Greenshaw Learning Trust.

5 January 2015: Greenshaw Learning Trust attends an interview at the DfE to present its proposals for the new secondary school.

17 December 2014: Green Wrythe Primary School governing body decides to join Greenshaw Learning Trust.

10 October 2014: Greenshaw Learning Trust submits detailed application to DfE for funding to open a new secondary school in Sutton.

2 October 2014: The Department for Education (DfE) formally approves the Articles of Association that reconstitute the Trust as a multi academy trust under the name 'The Greenshaw Learning Trust'.

1 June 2011: The Greenshaw Trust is established by the Governing Body of Greenshaw High School in Sutton, Surrey.