Isca officially becomes an academy school in Exeter
EXETER’S Isca school has officially become an Academy in partnership with the Ted Wragg Multi-Academy Trust.
Isca is the first of Exeter’s five PFI Secondary Schools to make the move to Academy status.
The Ted Wragg Trust is a not-for-profit local group made up of unpaid trustees mainly from education – Exeter University and Exeter College - as well as a number of local businesses.
The late Professor Ted Wragg, in whose memory the Ted Wragg Trust is named, was passionate about education in general, and in Exeter in particular, and about how education can transform young people’s futures.
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Debra Myhill, Chair of the Ted Wragg Trust, said: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with Isca, helping young people in our city to be ambitious and responsible citizens, with bright futures ahead of them”.
Beverley Martin has just taken the helm at Isca as executive principal of the new academy. An experienced headteacher she is one of only 10 National Leaders of Education in Devon and is keen to establish Isca as the flagship of the Ted Wragg Multi-Academy Trust. Beverley was previously in post in Wiltshire but is now residing in Devon with her family, her Great Dane and her three horses.
Gina Woodcraft, chair of governors, said: “W know that we will see Isca continue to flourish as a happy, creative and engaged school, and that it will pursue the best educational outcomes for all children with renewed energy.”