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Based at Lanhydrock in Cornwall, Bridge Schools Trust serves 14 academies in the Trust. We currently work across a wide area of Cornwall. Our schools vary in size from 421 pupils in the largest to 23 in the smallest and include voluntary aided Church Schools.
By working together, Bridge Schools Trust is ideally situated to face both educational and operational challenges. With a dedicated central team we can provide schools with a range of specialised services and support, allowing leaders to focus on providing excellent teaching and learning opportunities for all our learners. The Trust is committed to delivering high quality educational provision across all academies whilst encouraging our partners to reflect the individual needs of local communities.
Bridge Schools Trust
Cornwall PL30 5DQ
Phone: 01208 503103
The Trust welcomes the approach of any school interested in joining Bridge Schools, regardless of size, location or status.
We are delighted to announce that Rebecca Whitlock has been appointed as the next Headteacher of Wadebridge Primary Academy part of Bridge Schools Trust.
Rebecca will take over in January 2020 from interim Head, Catherine Stoate, former Head of Bridge Schools St Cleer Primary Academy, when she retires at the end of December 2019.
Rebecca has significant experience as a senior leader in a range of diverse settings. As Executive Headteacher of Claycots School in Berkshire, Rebecca swiftly galvanised leaders and staff, raised the effectiveness of teaching, learning and assessment and elevated staff morale gaining the school a ‘Good’ Ofsted rating.
As Head of one of London’s top Independent Primary Schools, Victoria Park, London, Rebecca successfully led a large primary, the oldest and most established prep school in London’s East. Founded in May 1948 by Phyllis Wallbank, a pioneer of education development, in the gatehouse of St Bartholomew the Great Priory Church, West Smithfield. The school was then a pioneer of much that is now generally accepted in education.
Rebecca Whitlock is looking forward to returning to her home county after many years of working in the south eastern corner of the country. We warmly welcome Rebecca as she begin her new role with Bridge Schools Trust at the beginning of the new year. Adrian Massey, CEO of the Bridge Schools Trust, said, “I am delighted to be welcoming Rebecca to the Bridge Schools Trust as the new Headteacher at Wadebridge Primary Academy. Her experience and expertise will further build on the excellent work of the staff and pupils."
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