Primary choice as Solihull school joins multi academy trust - The Solihull Observer

Primary choice as Solihull school joins multi academy trust

Solihull Editorial 26th Oct, 2020   0

LADY Katherine Leveson CE Primary School has joined the Birmingham Diocesan Multi-Academy Trust (BDMAT).

The village primary school in Temple Balsall is the 17th to join the Trust.

Head Teacher, Simon Russell said: ‘With our small class sizes and unique, rural and historic location, we have always prided ourselves on meeting the individual needs of our learners, with families travelling from as far as Kenilworth, Coventry and Birmingham to attend.

“Our core motto of ‘Love and Kindness; Learning for Life’ has always been fundamental in our approach and it was really important that we joined the right organisation.

“Following initial contact in Spring 2019, we were immediately impressed by the values driven MAT and we are now very excited by the opportunities and support available to us.”

Christopher Mansell, chief executive of BDMAT, said: ‘We are delighted that Lady Katherine Leveson CE Primary School has chosen to become a part of our Trust and we welcome all pupils and staff this term.

“We believe that success is found in who you are as well as what you do, and at all of our schools we aim to provide an outstanding education, supported by excellent pastoral care and high standards of behaviour.

“Our vision is to ensure that pupils and staff have ‘life in all its fullness’ and are able to enjoy a wide range of opportunities and experiences within a Christian framework.

“We look forward to further developing our strong working relationship with Lady Katherine Leveson CE Primary School.”


Weddings, Birthdays, Bereavements, Thank you notices, Marriages and more.

Reader Travel

Check out all of the latest reader travel offers to get your hands on some free gifts.

Business Directory

From plumbers, to restaurants, we can provide you with all the info you need.

Online Editions

Catch up on your local news by reading our e-editions on the Solihull Observer.