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John Taylor MAT successful in free school bid

The Department for Education has announced this morning that John Taylor MAT has been successful in its application to run the new free school being constructed in Tatenhill. Opening in September 2018, the school will serve 11-18 year-olds in the locality, particularly the new housing developments in and around Branston Locks. The £30 million construction, the first secondary school to be built in Staffordshire for almost twenty years, was one of 131 new free schools announced in this latest wave of applications. It is amongst one of the largest approved and, once at full capacity, will have approximately 1600 students on its roll.

The Great Kingsmead Bake Off

Following tutor qualifying rounds and house assemblies, the finalists of the great Kingsmead bake off locked horns in a thrilling competition on Wednesday.  Previous rounds had students baking cupcakes of any variety with a wide range of interesting flavours and colours chosen.  

K-Fest

K-Fest this year is to help raise money for Meningitis now.  The evening starts at 7pm and is on Tuesday 14th March.  The will be a tombola as well as a wide range of live music and performance.  We look forward to hopefully seeing you there.

Futures Fayre 2017

Over 40 exhibitors came and spoke to parents and students during the recent Futures Fayre.  Over 400 visitors got a chance to see a wide range of providers and find out more about potential career routes.  Big local businesses like JCB, Perkins, Bri-Stor, Francesco's, IMI-Precision and

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