The Ted Wragg Trust was established in 2010 with the aim of creating an outstanding educational experience for all of Exeter’s children no matter what their background or aptitudes.
I joined the Trust in 2010, as Headteacher of St James School, because I could see the incredible educational benefits of working with our two lead Trust partners, Exeter College and the University of Exeter. I was privileged to later become the Chief Executive Officer in 2015.
We have since grown from a 1 school Trust to an 11 school Multi-Academy Trust and will be responsible for the education of over 7000 children aged between 2-16 in September 2019.
Our academies are driven by an absolute determination to improve life chances for every child and they are identified by values driven inspirational leadership and rich and inclusive learning experiences.
We are incredibly proud of the impact our Multi-Academy Trust has had and since joining the Trust all of our schools have identified significant improvements in terms of Ofsted, progress, attainment and attendance. More and more of our students are achieving their very best and making aspirational life choices, which is allowing them to flourish in a whole range of contexts.
I feel extremely privileged to be the Chief Executive Officer of this values driven, child centred Multi-Academy Trust.
Moira Marder, Chief Executive Officer
Local Governing Body
The Ted Wragg Multi-Academy Trust has delegated strategic oversight of the Academy to the Local Governing Body.
Andrew Slaney – Chair of Governors
Anthony Boulton (Parent Governor) – Vice Chair
Eric Eveleigh (Parent Governor)
Mark Williams (Staff Governor)
Wayne Doidge (Staff Governor)
Marion Baxter-Sibley (Co-opted Governor)
John Bunting (Co-opted Governor)
Richard Sutton (Co-opted Governor)
Gemma Clutterbuck (Co-opted Governor)
Victoria Hatfield (Co-opted Governor)
James Tarling (Co-opted Governor)
Aimee Mitchell (Headteacher)
Charlotte Bardell – Clerk to the Governors
The governing body meets twice every half term, once as the Performance and Standards Committee and once as the Finance and Resources Committee. All governors are on both committees.
If you have any queries about the governing body at Isca Academy, or you would like to get involved, please contact the college and ask to speak to the Clerk to the Governors. You can also email the Chair of Governors via the clerk firstname.lastname@example.org
Details of the Ted Wragg Multi Academy Trust and their Trustees can be viewed on the TWMAT website: www.tedwraggtrust.co.uk/governance/trustees/
This includes the Trust annual report, annual audited accounts, memorandum of association, articles of association, names of trustees and members and the trust funding agreement.
Details of the structure and responsibilities of the governing body and its committees: www.tedwraggtrust.co.uk/additional-local-governing-bodies/