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(UK) Haverhill: 'Great need' for SPED places; headteacher 'very excited'

June 24, 2020, Haverhill Echo: Headteacher to leave Haverhill school and lead the formation of new special education units The headteacher of an ‘outstanding’ special school in Haverhill has been appointed to help develop new SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) units in five secondary and primary schools. Georgina Ellis, headteacher of Churchill Academy, said she was proud and excited to be leading on the new development at Newmarket Academy and Castle Manor Academy in Haverhill…. Mrs Ellis, who has led Churchill Academy to two top Ofsted ratings since it opened in 2015, said: “While I am sad to be leaving Churchill Academy, I am very excited about this new challenge. “We know there is a great need across Suffolk for more SEND places and I look forward to helping to support bridge this gap.”…


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