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Name of Multi-Academy Trust (MAT): Inspiring Schools Partnership

Schools within MAT:        

CEO of Inspiring Schools Partnership:  Carol Hannaford

 Vision

The values that underpin our MAT:
As a MAT comprising of a primary, secondary and studio school we embrace the opportunities presented to collaborate together and to eradicate disadvantage providing new experiences, progression and new career paths for all our young people and members of staff.
Teaching and learning is at the heart of all that we do together and individually. We recognise that we are all teachers and learners, regardless of age, stage, context or experience, hence every member of our MAT is valued for their contributions, their needs and their investment in our MAT becoming “better together”.

Future Intentions
We are most welcoming to partners who share our values, vision and commitment to students and the personal and professional growth of staff.
We are committed to providing the best possible learning environment for all our schools, balancing the autonomy of leaders of schools with the autonomy of the trust. We are keen to remain outward-looking and build relationships with other MATs and key stakeholders such as the Local Authority, Regional Schools Commissioner, Studio Schools Trust, Baker Dearing Trust and Ofsted.

 Inspiring Schools Partnership Committee Structure

 

Consultation on admission arrangements 2018/19
We will be consulting on our admission arrangements for 2018/19 through Plymouth City Council.
The consultation will be live between 19 December 2016 and 29 January 2017.
If you wish to find out about our policy or make any comment, please visit http://www.plymouth.gov.uk/admissionconsultation

Montpelier Primary School Admission Arrangements 2018-19

Scott College: Admission Arrangements 2018-19

Stoke Damerel Community College Admission Arrangements 2018-19

 

 

 

 

Inspiring Schools Partnership - Supplemental Funding Agreement - Montpelier Primary School

Inspiring Schools Partnership - Supplemental Funding Agreement - Stoke Damerel Community College

 

Inspiring Schools Partnership - Articles of Association

Inspiring Schools Partnership - Deed of Variation of Funding Agreement

Inspiring Schools Partnership - Master Funding Agreement December 2014

 

 

 

Members

Colin Searls       -       Chair

Media Arts Tutor,

School of Art, Design and Architecture,
Plymouth University

None

Steve Cornwell

Businessman

None

Greg Dix

Director of Nursing  - Plymouth NHS Trust

 

Patricia Livsey

Executive Dean, Faculty of Health and Human Sciences. Plymouth University

 

Keith Martin

Retired Senior Bank Manager

None

Anne Newall

Retired School Leader and Improvement Partner

 

Claire Burnard – Company Secretary

 

None

 

Trustees

   

Colin Searls - Chair

Media Arts Tutor, School of Design and Architecture

None

David Bowles

Plymouth City Council

 

Steve Cornwell

Businessman

None

Neil Demuth

Financial Controller, Foot Anstey

None

Wendy Tout

Para Professional, financial Services

David Tout Financial Solutions Limited

Steve Waite

Chief Executive Livewell CIC

South West Ambulance Service Foundation Trust – Governor

Plymouth University – Honorary Professor

Carol Hannaford

ISP Chief Executive

None

Jason Holland

Headteacher Montpelier

None

 

 

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