The Denbigh Alliance has had an exciting time with the build and launch of another new school in MK, Watling Primary School on the Whitehouse estate which opened its doors to the Alliance’s first ever cohort of primary school children this month. We are also celebrating the ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted inspection at Watling Academy and two further inspections for the Teacher Training programmes more commonly known as the Tommy Flowers SCITT (School Centred Initial Teacher Training) which we run in partnership with St Paul’s School and the MK – ECF (Early Career Framework), both sectors were graded as ‘Outstanding’. In addition, this year’s academic results at Denbigh School were excellent and are a reflection of the hard work from both students and staff.
The CEO, Sue Collings said, ‘I am thrilled with the quality of provision provided in all our schools and teacher training programmes within the Trust. The staff, students and trainees have all done exceptionally well to meet the highest standards and we will use these judgements to continue to progress, grow and develop everyone even further.’
The Chair of Trustees, John Cove added, ‘Everyone’s hard work has paid off and the Trust continues to meet its core values of Care, Education and Opportunity for all. The Trustees remain dedicated to enabling the leaders to succeed and give their best to the young people in Milton Keynes.