Children and staff at a primary school placed into special measures earlier this year has moved under the control of Cumbria’s largest education trust.
The first details have been released on a new, multi-million pound secondary school building for students in Cumbria. The Department for Education (DfE) announced in the spring that the ageing buildings at The Whitehaven Academy were to be replaced by state-of-the-art premises. Now a planning application is set to be considered in December with the…
The Whitehaven Academy’s new headteacher has outlined his vision and the immediate changes already made to improve learning at the school.
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).
Lorrayne Hughes, Chief Executive Officer, was delighted to welcome Jan Renou, Regional Schools Commissioner for the North, and Katherine Cowell, Interim Director for the Regional School Commissioner’s Office, to CET’s Secondary Schools on the West Coast in Cumbria.
The Whitehaven Academy Rock Challenge team took part in the Global Rock Challenge 2019 Northern Premier Final over the weekend.
There were over 500 entries, with winners chosen from each school. Congratulations to Anna Murphy (Year 9) of William Howard School who is the overall winner.
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.