GOVERNORS have agreed a name for the new multi-academy trust – Brightwells.
The name, which is synonymous with the history of Fulham, was agreed by Fulham, Queen’s Manor and Sulivan governors on July 5th.
Brightwells was the name of the manor house of John Tamworth, privy counsellor to Queen Elizabeth I.
While giving a strong nod to our local heritage, governors also felt it was an uplifting title for the new multi-academy trust.
A beautiful logo, featuring the three school colours, has also been designed by a parent after input from the school community.
The conversion to Brightwells Academy Trust will now take place in the Autumn Term, subject to final agreement from the Department for Education.
A statement on behalf of the three schools said: “There is a lot of hard and challenging work to be done but we believe the future is bright for children and staff at all three schools.
“Finally we would like to thank the entire school community for its interest and support in the development of Brightwells Academy Trust.”