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    Marston Vale joins the Chiltern Learning Trust

    1 February 2017

    In 2016 the Governing Body at Marston Vale Middle School in Stewartby took the strategic decision that it would be in the best interests of their school if they were to join the Chiltern Learning Trust.

    After many months of careful planning and negotiation, and the successful outcome of our community consultation, we are absolutely delighted to announce that Marston Vale has now joined the Chiltern Learning Trust.

    This is an important milestone in the school’s history and it means that they will now benefit from a wide range of support and expertise which will help to further improve their school in many areas.

    We are absolutely committed to providing their students with the best possible educational outcomes and experiences and we are very much looking forward to working with our new colleagues at Marston.

    Chief Executive of the Chiltern Learning Trust, Mr Adrian Rogers, said:

    “We are delighted that Marston Vale is joining the Chiltern Learning Trust.  We are really looking forward to working with the school to give these fantastic children and their parents a first-class educational experience.”

    CLT Chief Executive, Mr Adrian Rogers, with Marston Vale Headteacher, Miss Claire McMaster and Marston Vale students

    (CLT Chief Executive, Mr Adrian Rogers, with Marston Vale Headteacher, Miss Claire McMaster and Marston Vale students)

    Challney High School for Girls and Putteridge High School in Luton have also applied to join the Trust and it is likely that they will join us within the next few months.

    These are exciting times and we are very much looking forward to providing even more children with a Chiltern Learning Trust education.