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Greenfields joins C.I.T Academies

Greenfields Academy - Part of C.I.T Academies

Greenfields joins C.I.T Academies

It’s a new era for us as we change our name and join the Multi Academy Trust – C.I.T Academies.

To mark our new beginning, staff and pupils were keen to re-name the school so a competition began for the children to put forward their ideas. After a consultation with the Governing Body, the name Greenfields was agreed upon and the children then began submitting their design ideas for a new school logo. The winning entry was that of Year 7 pupil, Jaden.

Greenfields Academy will continue to provide education to secondary pupils, and will now also be extending its provision to cater for primary school children.

Executive Headteacher, Chris Armond said, “This is an exciting time for Greenfields Academy. Joining C.I.T. will provide further support to the hard work my staff are doing to maintain and improve the standards of education for all our pupils. Extending the provision to include primary will provide much needed education and care for SEMH children.”

Greenfields joining C.I.T moves the number of schools within the trust to 11:- Grantham Additional Needs Fellowship (Ambergate Sports College and Sandon School), Isaac Newton Primary School, Caythorpe Primary School, The Spalding Special Schools Fellowship (The Priory School and The Garth School), The John Fielding Special School in Boston, Woodlands Academy in Spilsby, Chapel St Leonards Primary School near Skegness, Poplar Farm Primary School in Grantham, plus The LEARN Teaching School Alliance.

Peter Bell, C.I.T Chief Executive, added: “As the CEO of the Trust I am delighted that myself and a number of C.I.T staff have been working with The Phoenix Academy and their Trustees since Easter.”

“On the 1st November, The Phoenix Academy Trust ceased to exist and Greenfields Academy opened as part of the Community Inclusive Trust.”

“Greenfields will continue to meet the current needs of their pupils. However, in partnership with the Local Authority and the DfE, it will also extend its age range and work towards providing the highest levels of education and care for primary and secondary children.”

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