Trust. Respect. Optimism.
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As our schools and Trust celebrate a year of achievement (have a look at the Trust and Schools’ newsletters elsewhere on this webpage), it is sobering to reflect on our collective endeavours compared to the state of the Nation.
In my (not so) regular blogs I aim to reflect on what we can learn, or at least take reassurance, from events in the news. There is of course a multitude of examples in the political world but I’m pretty sure most people have had their fill of Brexit related stories. Let’s instead return to the sporting arena and consider the travails of Manchester United.
At the time of writing we are in the middle of a political crisis that is unprecedented in living memory. The news is dominated by Brexit and, whatever side of the argument you favour, deadlock. This sense of turbulence and uncertainty doesn’t look likely to be resolved any time soon although no one is confident of making predictions – it seems anything could happen…
Peter Rubery reflects on the success of the Open Evenings held at Secondary Schools from within The Fallibroome Trust.
After a glorious summer it’s good to get back in routine and welcome back our students, including those joining our Trust in Reception, Year 7 and Year 12.