Wildmoor Heath School proposes to join the Greenshaw Learning Trust
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.
Karen Roche, Chair of Governors at Wildmoor Heath School, said: “The Governing Body has been considering its options for the long term future of the school. In the Greenshaw Learning Trust we have found the partner that will provide further opportunities for our pupils and staff, as well as share the high level of knowledge and skills Wildmoor Heath staff are able to offer other schools.”
Grant Strudley, Headteacher at Wildmoor Heath School, said: “We believe Wildmoor Heath has a lot to offer the Trust and will gain from collaborative working with other like-minded schools by becoming an academy in partnership with the Greenshaw family of schools.”
Mike Cooper, Chair of the Greenshaw Learning Trust, said: “We are delighted that Wildmoor Heath School wants to join the Greenshaw Learning Trust. Wildmoor Heath is a popular primary school, rated ‘good’ by Ofsted; it will both benefit from and contribute to close collaboration with Brakenhale and Crown Wood and the other schools in our Trust.”
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The Governing Body is seeking the views of its stakeholders and if its proposals proceed to plan, it is expected that Wildmoor Heath will become an academy and join the Greenshaw Learning Trust in January 2018.