In this College
We are passionate, we trust and treat others with honesty and respect.
We work hard, striving for the very best. We stand for creativity and innovation, debate and discussion.
We believe in community and we are dedicated, and love what we do. We are inspired by each other.
We are not afraid to be great.
On-line Parents and Carers Q&A for CET-MET Merger
As indicated in the update sent out on 22nd May we are pleased to be able to provide details of an on-line Q&A session on the proposed merger between the Morris Education Trust and the Cambridgeshire Educational Trust. You can find the background to the proposed merger, and a discussion of why the trustees are proposing it, at www.cet.tmet.org.uk.
The session is scheduled for 7.30pm on Thu 18th June and you can join it through this link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89345197757 which we will also publish on our feedback website www.cet.tmet.org.uk. The session will be recorded and will be available to be viewed later also via the feedback website.
We are allowing one hour for this, but if we don’t manage to cover all issues adequately, we have the opportunity for a follow-up session on Tue 30th June also at 7.30pm.
The session is primarily intended to address questions from parents/carers, though anyone is welcome to attend. We will run a session to cover staff-specific questions separately.
The session will run as a panel interview led by Ruth Jackson, who is a community governor at Chesterton (as well as being a parent). She will ask questions, based on those already received via the feedback website and as well as others of her own. The panel will consist of Martin Rigby (proposed chair of trustees) and Lucy Scott (proposed CEO). You will have the opportunity to ask questions "live" via a text Q&A system, but it would help if you could email any you have in advance (to email@example.com) so that we can ensure they are properly addressed.
We look forward to welcoming you on the 18th.
With best wishes
CET & MET
The trustees of the Morris Education Trust have been in dialogue with those of the Cambridgeshire Educational Trust, about a proposal to merge our Trusts. We are now sharing our reasons for proposing this, describe the process, and invite you to contribute.
Our vision is to grow a family of schools and colleges which are individual in character but united by a passion that we:
Will build a better world through education
Are stronger through community
Will achieve excellence as standard for all
Our family of schools is bound by a shared set of values:
We value world class outcomes in progress, attainment and development for all
We are a community of responsible, caring individuals who value the promotion and creation of a collaborative culture underpinned by positive human relationships
We value the opportunity for all to engage in lifelong learning with creative freedom, enabling individuals to continue, develop and progress
Wholly inclusive, we celebrate diversity and understand individual needs; we cultivate a global outlook and prepare all to be international citizens