EMET


EMTTP_Logo2The East Midlands Education Trust was formed in September 2014 with a mission to raise the educational standards and improve the life chances of students within the partnership. There are currently four Academies within the partnership:

The Kimberley School

The West Bridgford School

South Wolds Academy and Sixth Form

The Ripley Academy

John Flamsteed Community School

The Joseph Whitaker School

 

The Trust

East Midlands Education Trust was formed in September 2014 with a mission to raise the educational standards and improve the life chances of students within the partnership. There are currently three Academies within the partnership: The West Bridgford School, The Ripley Academy and South Wolds Academy.

East Midlands Education Trust (EMET): The Trust

EMET is managed by a Board of Directors who are responsible for the strategic development, the ethos and the management of the schools within the partnership.  Most of these directors are, or have been recently, parents with children in the partner schools.

Directors:

Mr Patrick Terence Booth (Pay, Performance & HR) – appointed Sept 2014

Mr Brian Andrew Carr – appointed Sept 2015

Dr John Frederick Collins (Finance/Audit Committee Chair) – appointed Sept 2014

Mrs Kathleen Margaret Foale – appointed Sept 2015

Mr Philip Harding – appointed April 2016

Dr Andrew Michael Hindmarsh (Chairman/Strategic development/Pay, Performance & HR) – appointed Sept 2014

Mr Richard Edward Johnson (Vice Chairman/Pay, Performance & HR) – appointed Sept 2014

Mr Robert McDonough (Chief Executive Officer) – ex officio

Mr Anthony Charles Stephens – appointed April 2016

Mr John Goodall Wilson OBE – appointed Dec 2015

Mr Paul John Winter – appointed Dec 2015

Mr Bevan Alexander Wood (Finance/Audit Committee) – appointed Sept 2014

 

 

Mission

The Trust was established to improve the life chances of students in all partner schools. The mission of the Trust is consequently clear and straightforward:

‘To ensure all our students realise their full potential and develop into young citizens who make a positive contribution to society.’

Schools within the Trust are therefore committed to supporting each other in providing the very best quality of education for all our students.  All partner schools are pledged to achieving the Trust’s mission through following our six guiding principles:

 

For further information on the East Midlands Education Trust, please visit: http://www.emet.eu.com/