Regional Schools Commissioner Visits Lower Campus

John Edwards (second left), Regional Schools Commissioner For East Midlands And The Humber, visits Louth Academy Lower Campus. The improvements made by Tollbar Multi Academy Trust. He is pictured with David Hampson, Chief Executive of the Trust, Martin Brown, Executive Principal of Louth Academy, and Alison Middleton and Jill Wheater from the Regional Schools Commission.


Louth Academy was visited by the Regional Schools Commissioner John Edwards, who accepted an invitation to see the improvements Tollbar Multi Academy Trust has made to the Lower Campus since it joined the Trust in September.

These included the most recent additions, a brand new, high-tech Fitness Suite and Dance Studio. The Lower Campus now also has five new Humanities classrooms, two new IT classrooms, a new playground and marked sports courts, new safety fencing, new windows, doors and roofing, new shower and changing rooms for P.E., a new Academy Hall, completely revamped corridors and a totally new IT system.

"This is a rolling programme of improvements which will continue as finances allow because we are determined that this town will have a state-of-the-art, non-selective Academy that parents can be proud to send their children to," said Mr Hampson.

Mr Edwards, Regional Schools Commissioner For East Midlands And The Humber Region, said he was looking forward to seeing the wealth of improvements made by the Trust in such a short space of time.

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Louth Academy
Executive Principal

Martin Brown
BA (Hons).

Tollbar MAT
Chief Executive

David J Hampson
OBE, BSc, BA.
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