Pool Academy officials to discuss ‘exciting initiatives’
‘Exciting’ times are ahead for Pool Academy as staff and governors announce a number of new initiatives.
Principal Claire Meakin, Chair of Governors Clive Bramley and Member Clive Steel are inviting parents and members of the community to a meeting on March 12th at 6pm to find out more.
Academy officials are currently looking at ways to strengthen their partnership with local primary schools and this could include joining Crofty Multi Academy Trust - a group of schools in the Camborne, Pool and Redruth area who all work together with a shared ethos.
Mr Bramley believes the possible union could give students at Pool the ‘best possible experience’.
He said: “Should we join Crofty the community will have an integrated education provision where we can work together to provide the best possible experience for our children.”
Other exciting plans at the academy include working with our charity ‘Friends of Pool Academy’ to secure new funding to help benefit the curriculum delivered to students.
Additional plans and ideas are also due to be announced during the meeting.
Simon Hague, Crofty MAT CEO, is due to attend the meeting in the Main Hall too.
Mr Bramley said: “We want to hear your views so do please come along and ask questions. You are a key part of this decision.
“Clive Steel, Claire Meakin and I welcome the opportunity of meeting with you and to give you an early insight of this very exciting opportunity. We believe it will make a major improvement to the wider education and future wellbeing of Pool students.”
If you would like to attend the meeting please contact Sadie Sutcliffe know on 01209 712220 or email email@example.com