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As you are aware the Federation of Prince Albert and Heathfield schools has been consulting all stakeholders on possible conversion to a Multi Academy Trust. The consultation period ended on the 19th June, in order to give Governors the time to fully consider all the responses from parents, staff and a range of other stakeholders. The Governing body met on the 29th June and after considering all the responses, voted unanimously to move ahead with the conversion of the Federation of Prince Albert and Heathfield schools. It is expected that the schools will become a Multi Academy Trust from the 01st September 2015 and will be known as the Prince Albert Community Trust. Each school in the trust will retain its own name, uniform and identity.
I would like to take this opportunity to assure you that we remain committed to providing the best possible education for your children and we fully expect both schools to continue to improve. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact either myself, the Governors or the Executive Head Teacher.
Chair of Governors,
Federation of Prince Albert and Heathfield Schools.
Prince Albert School is extremely proud to have been graded ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted. I’m sure you will agree that this is an impressive achievement for our school and our community.
I would like to take this opportunity to pay tribute to our staff; without whom this milestone would not have been reached. It has been my privilege to lead a highly talented and dedicated group of people in all areas of school both inside and outside the classroom.
I would also like to thank you, the parents for your continued support over the last five years. The success of any school is built upon a partnership between home and school, I feel this partnership is a real strength at Prince Albert.
For me, this is a starting point and a platform for our school that will help to propel us to even greater success for our children and families. For now though, I think it is important for us as a school community to take a little time to enjoy our success.
During this term, children in years 1 - 6 had the opportunity to take part in a series of sessions, learning about business and the wider world in a hands-on and practical way. These programmes have allowed children to understand how our amazing world works and were delivered by Young Enterprise volunteers.
Year 1 were taught through storybook characters about the world of work and the importance of saving, earning, decision making and teamwork.