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A bright future for education in Ashington 

22nd May, 2014


The Governing Body of the Ashington Learning Partnership (ALP) is proposing a change of school organisation. The rationale behind the proposal is that of extending provision and driving continuous and sustained improvement for the benefit of families across Ashington and the surrounding areas … not just for the next few years but for many years to come. The ALP recognises that it cannot stand still and must lead change in partnership with local people and other organisations. The proposed change involves moving from a 3-tier system of schooling to 2-tier by using all existing main school sites and with effect from September 2015.
 
The Ashington Learning Partnership is committed to delivering the best possible education for children and young people. This is an exciting time for the Partnership with already good school provision and a fierce determination to improve further by creating ‘outstanding’ schools. The ALP will involve as many people as possible in the forthcoming consultation process.
 
Chris Smith
Chair of Governors, Ashington High School

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