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Our Academies:

Sir Joseph Williamson’s Mathematical School, the founder member of the Trust converted to Academy status in April 2011. There are 1210 students on roll – boys in years 7-11 and co-educational post 16. The school was rated ‘outstanding’ in all categories by OFSTED (2008). In 2010, it became a National Support School and in 2011, one of the first 100 National Teaching Schools. The Headteacher is Mr Eliot Hodges who in November 2016 was assigned National Leader of Education status.

http://www.sirjosephwilliamson.medway.sch.uk/

The Hundred of Hoo Academy is a rapidly improving all-ability school, which joined the Trust in 2011. There are 1336 students on roll, of whom 150 are in the sixth form. It was graded ‘good’ by OFSTED (December 2012), just three years after being placed into Special Measures. In 2014 the Academy applied through The Williamson Trust to the Secretary of State for Education for permission to make a significant change in the age range at the Academy from September 2015. This permission was granted and a Reception Class opened on 3 September 2015.  The Headteacher is Mr Gary Vyse who also became our Chief Executive Officer from 1 September 2016.

http://www.hundredofhooacademy.co.uk/

High Halstow Primary School joined the Trust as a converter academy in April 2012 and was graded "good" during the most recent OFSTED in July 2014. It is a one-form entry school. The Acting Head of School is Mrs Lucie Wilson and Ms Lucy Davenport is the Primary Executive Headteacher.

http://www.highhalstowprimaryschool.org.uk/

Elaine Primary Academy joined the Trust as a sponsored academy on 1 September 2012.  It is a vibrant two-form entry academy. The school was inspected in June 2016 and was judged as requiring improvement. Inspectors said early years teaching is well led and provides children with a safe, nurturing and stimulating environment. Mr Dean Brewer is Head of School and Ms Lucy Davenport is the Primary Executive Headteacher.

http://www.elaine.medway.sch.uk/

Allhallows Primary Academy joined the Trust as a sponsored academy on 1 September 2013 when it was judged to require 'special measures'. Outcomes have improved significantly, and staff at the academy have worked tirelessly to achieve a judgment of 'good' in the most recent inspection in June 2015.   The Head of School is Miss Ellie Rees and Ms Lucy Davenport is the Primary Executive Headteacher.

http://www.allhallows.medway.sch.uk/

Stoke Community School joined the Trust as a sponsored academy on 1 November 2014.  It is a one-form entry school that was last inspected in May 2012 when it was judged to ‘require improvement’.  The Head of School is Miss Ellie Rees and Ms Lucy Davenport is the Primary Executive Headteacher.

http://www.stoke.medway.sch.uk/