We are currently seeking individuals to join our Board of Trustees. The Haygrove Academy Trust is a secondary and primary academy trust serving the west side of Bridgwater. We expect to be a four school community by January 2018 and are keen to build a skilled and motivated team of trustees to steer our future development and growth.
If you have skills and experience in human resources, legal, estates, PR, corporate business, strategic partnerships or finance we would love to hear from you. Previous experience of governance is desirable, but not essential.
If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, download the Trustee Recruitment Information Pack
or if you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please bear in mind that school is now on summer break and it may take a few days for someone to respond to your email.
The Haygrove Academy Trust was established in the Summer of 2016 with the aim of delivering an exceptional education through collective strength, expertise, opportunity and collaboration. Our vision is to create a Trust community of exceptional and distinctive schools committed to a common vision and a moral purpose, a passion for education and the ambition to raise standards of achievement and improve life chances for young people.
Our Mission Statement
Together we open minds, unlock potential and celebrate success.
Central to our vision is the desire that every child:
Our Core Values
In order to achieve our vision we have developed a set of Principles of Excellence and Strategic Aims to which all members of our Trust community are committed. Click here to view our Principles of Excellence and our Strategic Aims.
Members and Trustees of the Haygrove Academy Trust
We are delighted to be established as The Haygrove Academy Trust and we are seeking partners, both primary and secondary, who share a similar vision, values and ambition to our own.
For more information, enquiries should be made directly to the Headteacher,
Mrs K Canham.
Our Proposal for a New School in Bridgwater (Queenswood School)
The Local Authority have now indicated that the need for extra school places, as a result of proposed residential development in our area, is now projected for a couple of years later than originally predicted. This means that we are postponing the submission of our bid for a new Free School for Bridgwater until a more appropriate date.