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Executive Academy Improvement Group

The Executive Principal has established an Executive Academy Improvement Group (EAIG) composed of the Executive Principal, the Secondary and Primary Strategic Academy Improvement Leads (SAILs) and all Academy Principals.  A framework for Trust development has been drawn up which clearly shows the method of working of the Trust.  It articulates the 4 outcomes which the Trust will deliver and is supported by a detailed strategic plan.  The 4 key outcomes are:

  1. To deliver outstanding outcomes for all learners
  2. To recruit and retain the best people
  3. To sustain effective strategic partnerships to improve The Heath Family as it grows
  4. To manage all resources in a prudent manner and achieve value for money

The EAIG meets half-termly to ensure that the plan is delivered and is monitored and evaluated to determine its efficacy in delivering the 4 key outcomes.

The EAIG are also responsible for overseeing the brokerage of all school improvement support for academies, including support from within the Trust.

Currently the EAIG members are:

David Donnelly Chief Executive Officer The Heath Family (NW)
Jamie Jardine Principal  The Heath School
Jason Fraser Principal  Sir William Stanier Community School
Paul Holloway  Principal   Palace Fields Primary School
Rob Rogers Principal Litherland High School
Judith Walker   Principal The Prescot School
Karen Murphy Principal Bridgewater Park Primary School
Carolyn Roberts Principal Daresbury Primary School
Anita Abdous Principal Halsnead Primary School
Clive Hurren Secondary SAIL The Heath Family (NW)
Gill Bennett Primary SAIL The Heath Family (NW)
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A student’s perspective...

A student’s perspective...

The best thing about being a student at The Heath is that all the teachers care and push you to do your best so you do well in life and later in school. Also if you have an issue it is always sorted out by either your form tutor or caring teachers.

Student, The Heath School