A problem Peterborough primary school, West Town Primary, where English is a second language, and the school put into special measures after a dire Ofsted inspection has re-emerged as an Academy within the Cambridge Meridian Academies Trust [CMAT].
Cambridge Meridian Academies Trust was incorporated in March 2011, they say to deliver and promote ‘high quality and dynamic educational provision at the heart of the community'. It was founded by the Governors and Trustees of Swavesey Village College, a secondary foundation school some 8 miles west of Cambridge.
From April 2010, 'Swavesey' took over the run down Orton Longueville School in Peterborough under a support contract with the city council. This worked, so the PCC appointed CMAT to run the replacement academy. Reborn as Nene Park Academy on 1st September 2011. NPA moved into a 'playgroundless' £15 Million designer property in September 2013.
Jane Dooley, former head of Gretton Primary Academy, Uppingham, was appointed to lead West Town Primary during the transition period to Academy status on June 1st.
We wish them all well..
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