Educational service provider established following UK Steel Enterprise funding
Educational service provider established following UK Steel Enterprise funding

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Win teaching books for your school in our Bloomsbury Education competition

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Turning around a failing school is always challenging for multi-academy trusts (MATs) but consistency and persistence can lead to success beyond expectations, says Chris Brislen.

Transforming the third worst performing primary school in the country into a school pupils and staff can be proud of is not a job for the faint-hearted, but it’s one St Bart’s Multi-Academy Trust was happy to take on.