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All free schools receive all or part of their funding from the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), which is part of the Department for Education. However, different types of free school receive different amounts:

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Jewellery Quarter Academy is an 11-16 secondary school in Birmingham. The school opened in 2014 as part of Core Education Trust and caters for 620 pupils.

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John Keats Primary School opened in 2018 in Southwark, London. It is part of the Communitas Education Trust and has two forms of entry.

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Royal Greenwich Trust School is an 11-19 secondary that opened in 2016. It is part of the University Schools Trust East London and can cater for up to 600 pupils.

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Harris Academy Sutton is an 11-19 secondary school that opened in 2018. It is part of the successful Harris Federation and can cater for up to 1275 pupils.

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Eden Girls’ Leadership Academy, Manchester is part of  the Star Academies Trust and was opened in 2017.

Headteacher, Mrs Pamela Leek-Wright said:

“Governors with no prior association with the school bring much to the table. Their board-level knowledge and experience help us plan and shape the strategic direction of the school’s educational offer and provision.

“School governors contribute significantly to students’ education, opportunities and their futures, and our educational offer advances thanks to their leadership experience and business expertise.”

 

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Monday, February 10, 2020

This opens up the potential for the school’s senior department to decant from its current temporary accommodation in West Molesey and relocate to their permanent facility in Cobham ahead of the previously scheduled date of September 2021. The sixth form is already based at the Munro House site, following its successful opening in September 2019.

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Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Holy Trinity School now offers fully accredited Learn to Swim and Aquatic Skills Framework Awards through its national curriculum lessons and extra-curricular school clubs for pupils from Reception to Year 7. Able to teach children from three-years upwards, the Learn to Swim Framework is aimed at children from five-years onwards, with the school offering additional Learn to Swim classes open to non-Holy Trinity pupils now available on Saturday afternoons for Stages 1 – 10.

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Friday, January 24, 2020

LAE’s students have broken records for the 5th year running, with 37 students, almost half of this year’s applicants, receiving offers to study at Cambridge and Oxford colleges in 2020. This takes the school to a total of 129 offers since its first cohort received their university offers in 2014.

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Thursday, January 16, 2020