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    Published 28/05/21

    After nine successful years, Jackie Waters-Dewhurst is relinquishing her position as Director of Education (DDE) for the Diocese of Lincoln Board of Education to focus on her role as Chief Executive Officer of the Lincoln Anglican Academy Trust (LAAT).  As DDE, Jackie set up the LAAT in 2013 as a Multi Academy Trust to meet the needs of Church schools across Greater Lincolnshire. Since then, Jackie and her dedicated team have overseen the development of LAAT into a thriving, mutually supportive community of academies, committed to providing the very best education in an atmosphere of inclusion and a celebration of uniqueness at an individual and school level.

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  • Messages from our Schools

    Published 05/05/20

    School staff have been hard at work creating some amazing videos to share with their pupils, parents and communities as a reminder that, although we cannot be together at the moment, we're all still here and can't wait to get back into school!

    Click here to see a collection of videos starring staff and volunteers from LAAT schools as well as some amazing videos sent in by pupils.

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  • #CovidTeenHeroes

    Published 07/04/20

    LAAT are proud to support Lincolnshire County Council's Covid Teen Heroes campaign, which aims to celebrate teenagers and young people making the right choices during the Covid 19 crisis. The message from LCC including details of how to get involved in the campaign is below:

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  • Jackie's Reflection for Holy Week

    Published 07/04/20

    Jackie Waters-Dewhurst, CEO of LAAT and Diocesan Director of Education, has given a reflection for the Tuesday of Holy Week on John's Gospel 12:20-36




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  • Covid-19 Updates and Resources from LDBE

    Published 19/03/20

    Updates and resources from the Lincoln Diocesan Board of Education

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  • Covid-19 - Emergency Contacts

    Published 18/03/20

    Central office opening and emergency contact numbers

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  • Coronavirus/COVID-19 - Letter from CEO

    Published 13/03/20

    12 March 2020

    Dear Parent/Carer

    I am writing on behalf of the Lincoln Anglican Academy Trust to reassure you about the steps that we are taking in relation to the Coronavirus or Covid-19.

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  • There might not be snow in Africa this Christmas, but there will be a party!

    Published 19/12/19

    Parents and Carers at Canon Peter Hall Church of England Primary School have donated an astonishing £347.17 to ‘Light in Africa’, a children’s home in Tanzania, so that the children in the home can enjoy a really special Christmas party.

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  • Spalding Parish Church of England Day School Joins LAAT!

    Published 06/12/19

    On 1st December, we were delighted to welcome Spalding Parish Church of England Day school to our growing family of schools. With responsibility for over 500 pupils, the school is well placed geographically to benefit from the close collaboration that is a key feature of the support that LAAT provides.

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  • William Lovell C of E Academy: “Leaders’ actions have instilled a sense of optimism about the future of the school"

    Published 07/10/19

    During a recent Ofsted monitoring visit, staff and pupils at William Lovell C of E Academy in Stickney were delighted with the verdict that “leaders and managers are taking effective action towards the removal of special measures.” The Inspection, which took place over two days on the 10th and 11th September 2019, found that the “pace of improvement is accelerating,” with leaders’ actions having “instilled as sense of optimism about the future.”

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  • Edurio Staff Wellbeing Survey

    Published 22/08/19

    Lincoln Anglican Academy Trust is one of 32 multi-academy trusts that participated in the Edurio Staff Wellbeing Survey last year - and we did well!

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  • LAAT Annual Awards 2019

    Published 29/05/19

    On 1st July 2019, the LAAT family came together to celebrate and congratulate!

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