The organisation is called “Every Child Every Day Academy Trust”.
No-one knows very much about them.
They do not have a website, or an email address. At the moment, they control two secondary schools: Grey Court (three miles away, in Ham) and Hollyfield (six miles away, in Surbiton, which was forced to join the “Academy Trust”).
“Every Child Every Day Academy Trust” is legally obliged to register with Companies House. Their official entry does not reveal much. It does say that 16 of its directors resigned in September 2016.
- Is there a financial need to hand Darell to an academy?
- Why did the consultation group fall apart?
- Do Darell’s recent results make the case for a takeover by “Every Child Every Day”?
- What do the teachers and support staff think?
- How would Darell change?
- What are the alternatives?
- Would Darell be a local school?
- Would Darell become a private school?
- Does academisation improve pupil progress and attainment?
- How real is the “consultation”?
- What can I do?
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