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Harlow academies honoured at Trust awards

Communities / Tue 29th Jul 2014 at 09:08am

A VICEmarkhall3 Principal and Chair of Governors at two Harlow academies have been honoured by their academy sponsor for their dedication in helping to move their schools forward over the past year.

More than 50 pupils, parents, staff and guests gathered to celebrate the fantastic achievements from across the Academy Transformation Trust family of academies at a presentation afternoon held recently (10 July) at the prestigious House of Commons.

At Mark Hall Academy, Vice Principal Allan Osborne was chosen for the award by Principal Corinne Franceschi in recognition for his tireless, relentless and incisive work as a senior leader during their challenging first year as an academy.

Whilst from Kingsmoor Academy it was their Chair of Governors, Sarah Stapleton who was nominated by Principal Isobel Barron for her determination to support and challenge the academy to achieve all it can.

Joyce Hodgetts, Managing Director of Academy Transformation Trust, said: “It was a great pleasure to recognise our pupils, staff and Governors’ outstanding contributions to their academies, and to celebrate with them as a reward for their efforts and hard work.

“Allan has motivated and inspired the Mark Hall Academy staff to raise standards and improve performance; leading a transformation in the culture of teaching and learning.

“Sarah continues to challenge individuals at Kingsmoor Academy and The Trust to ensure that all decisions taken are done with the children at the very centre of everything we do. She is a great Chair and a role model to others in a similar position.”

The presentation to both Allan and Sarah was made by Robert Halfon, MP for Harlow.

A further fourteen awards were given out to winners from The Trust’s academies in celebration of their hard work of throughout the past academic year.

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