Isca Academy joined the Ted Wragg Trust in October 2013.
The Trust was formed in 2013 with one school and has now grown to 12 schools across Exeter and Devon to include seven secondary schools, four primary schools and one all through school.
The Ted Wragg Trust is privileged to be named after the great Ted Wragg. Ted passionately believed that education plays a key role in social mobility and the power of local schools working together to be the very best they can be. It is these beliefs, on which the Trust is founded.
What is the Ted Wragg Trust?
The Ted Wragg Trust is a not for profit, charitable foundation trust which, along with its members, trustees, independent experts and schools wishes to raise the aspirations of young people and enable them to become fulfilled, confident and motivated citizens, able to contribute actively to a democratic society. The Trust partners share Ted Wragg’s passion for education and the difference it can make to equality of opportunity for all, progression, self-esteem and ultimately success, in an increasingly competitive education and jobs market.
What does the Trust do?
The priority of the Ted Wragg Trust is to ensure that pupils have a high quality all-through education. Our schools all offer a full and enriching curriculum that equips every child for long term success in life.
- Partnerships are based on networks of likeminded people working together to ensure continuous school improvement.
- Facilitating our schools to recruit great teachers; we believe that if children have the best teachers they will have a far greater opportunity to succeed.
- Working collaboratively across the Trust, bringing the schools together provides a truly remarkable and unique platform for creativity, developing ideas and implementing them to the highest standards.
How does the Trust perform?
The capability and capacity to offer students a truly world class provision, ensures that educational standards continue to improve collectively across all the schools and the fact that children from Ted Wragg Trust school achieve beyond expectation.
It has a track record of improving the most challenging schools and the proven ability to transform lives through its strong leadership and pupil-centric learning and social initiatives.
- Ted Wragg Trust Policies
- Ted Wragg Trust Annual Report 2019/20
- Ted Wragg Trust Structure
- Ted Wragg Trust Vision and Values
Local Governing Body
The Ted Wragg Trust has delegated strategic oversight of the Academy to the Local Governing Body.
Andrew Slaney – Chair of Governors
Anthony Boulton (Parent Governor) – Vice Chair
Alison Boyer (Staff Governor)
Mark Williams (Staff Governor)
Mark Peggs (Parent 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 email@example.com
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/