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    Dear St Mary’s Families,

    The Archdiocese has asked the Governing Body of St Mary’s Catholic Infant School, an outstanding Catholic School, to give support to St Mary’s RC Junior School. It has therefore been agreed that from 1st September 2015 the Infant School will form a Multi Academy Trust called ‘St Mary’s Catholic Primary Schools Trust.’ The two schools will convert to Academies within the Trust and will continue to function as an Infant and a Junior School. Miss O’Callaghan will remain as Headteacher of the Infant School but will now also become Executive Headteacher of the Junior School.

    In her role as Executive Headteacher Miss O’Callaghan, who has a proven track record of driving improvement in vulnerable schools, will be tasked to work with Mrs Pendry and the Junior staff ensure that the children in the Junior School receive the best education possible. The formation of the Trust has the full backing of the Archdiocese, the Local Authority and the Department of Education and was formally approved by the Department of Education today.

    This is an exciting new chapter in the life of St Mary’s and we are confident that this partnership will ensure the best for all our children.

    We wish you all a happy holiday and look forward to working with you next term.

    With best wishes from

    The Governing Body of St Mary’s Catholic Infant School

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