Kidderminster School Invites Business Leaders to Invest in the Future

Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre in Kidderminster is inviting business professionals to join them and contribute to education and children’s opportunities by becoming a school governor.

Headteacher, Mrs Pamela Leek-Wright said: “Governors with no prior association with the school bring much to the table. Their board-level knowledge and experience help us plan and shape the strategic direction of the school’s educational offer and provision.

“School governors contribute significantly to students’ education, opportunities and their futures, and our educational offer advances thanks to their leadership experience and business expertise.”

Holy Trinity School became a government free school in 2014 and has been successfully educating children from their Birmingham Road location for over one hundred years. Benefiting from longstanding professional links, Holy Trinity is known for its academic excellence, pastoral care and its emphasis on aspiration for all pupils.

A dynamic and flourishing local school set within the heart of the Kidderminster community, all successful school governor candidates will receive full training and development support.

Added Mrs Leek-Wright: “I would invite anyone interested in the future direction of local education to apply and help us continue the good work being done across our growing school community.”

For further information and how to apply, please contact the Head’s PA, Mrs Karen Roth on 01562 822929 or email:


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