After months of planning, Caldew Lea School, which was rated ‘Inadequate’ by Ofsted last year, today transfers to the control of the successful Cumbria Education Trust (CET).
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More than 450 teachers, staff and governors from Cumbria’s fastest-growing education trust gathered together ‘As One’ to set out plans for the new school year.
Lorrayne Hughes, Chief Executive Officer, was delighted to welcome Jan Renou, Regional Schools Commissioner for the North, and Katherine Cowell, Deputy Director for the Regional School Commissioner’s Office, to CET’s Secondary Schools on the West Coast in Cumbria.
Longtown Primary School are extremely proud to have been given an official ‘Good’ rating following their recent Ofsted Inspection.
As part of our annual My Money Week competition across the Trust, we have this year teamed up with Carlisle Lake District Airport.
Following an intensive recruitment process which generated more than 20 high calibre applicants, Cumbria Education Trust (CET) has announced the appointment of a new Headteacher for The Whitehaven Academy (TWA), who will take up his post in September.
Workington Academy Radio has been nominated for the prestigious, national radio awards: The Young ARIAS. We are nominated for Best in Sport; Best in Comedy/Drama and Secondary School Station of the Year.
Cumbria Education Trust (CET) has announced the appointment of Chris Wilkins, a well-known face within the Cumbrian education community and beyond, who will be joining the Trust in September as its new Director of Primary Education.