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In April 2021, the Education Secretary, Gavin Williamson announced that the government are setting up a process whereby schools can temporarily partner with a strong multi-academy trust.”

“We are also developing an idea that originated with some of our leading trusts, which makes it easier for maintained and stand-alone schools to explore the benefits of joining a strong trust.”

“Schools can ‘try before they buy’ and see for themselves first-hand what being part of a strong trust involves.

“We are setting up a process for them to temporarily partner with a strong trust, to experience the benefits that being part of a trust would offer them, their pupils, and their wider school communities.”

Education Secretary, Gavin Williamson, 28th April 2021

Please see his speech here: https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/education-secretary-speech-to-the-confederation-of-school-trusts

Tudhoe Learning Trust welcomes enquiries from schools that may want to explore informal relationships. If you would like to get further information on ‘experiencing our offer’ and how this may benefit your school please contact Jim Smith, Chief Executive Officer by emailing jim.smith@tudhoelearningtrust.co.uk.

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