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All Saints’ Academy

Blaisdon Way, Cheltenham, GL51 0WH

“We believe passionately that collaboration with our partners schools in the independent and state sector, will provide more choice and opportunities for the young people of Cheltenham to succeed and thrive.”

Mr Dermot McNiffe, Principal

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Balcarras School

East End Rd, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham GL53 8QF

“The Cheltenham Education Partnership formalises links that have existed for many years and will surely help to make them stronger in the years to come. Collaboration of this kind can only be a good thing for Cheltenham's young people.” 

Mr Dominic Burke, Headteacher

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Cheltenham Bournside School

Warden Hill Rd, Cheltenham GL51 3EF

“Our ambition is to expand our students' horizons and focus on aiming high. We are delighted to share expertise in an equal partnership whose aspiration is to ensure that all young people regardless of social, economic, or educational background can fulfil their dreams.”

Mr Steve Jefferies, Headteacher

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Cheltenham College

Bath Rd, Cheltenham GL53 7LD

“Community, and a commitment to the common good, is one of our core values at College. The CEP provides the opportunity for us all to achieve so much more together than can be achieved alone. A local community supported by its schools working in partnership will always be stronger than one without partnerships.”

Mrs Nicola Huggett, Head

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Cheltenham Ladies' College

Bayshill Rd, Cheltenham GL50 3EP

“Having been at the heart of Cheltenham town since our founding in 1853, we could not miss the exciting opportunity to work more closely with fellow schools, and with the partner organisations unique to the town who have been so supportive of education. Whomever we enrol in each of our schools, they are all “our children.”

Mrs Eve Jardine-Young, Principal

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Cleeve School

Two Hedges Rd, Bishops Cleeve, Cheltenham GL52 8AE

“As a school, our core values are aspiring, collaborating and transforming, and the CEP provides a wonderful platform for this to be achieved with a wider group of students and staff.”

Mr Alwyn Richards, Executive Head

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Dean Close School

Shelburne Rd, Cheltenham GL51 6HE

“Dean Close joined CEP believing strongly in academic partnerships, confident that its own pupils and staff would benefit greatly from collaboration with the other secondary schools of Cheltenham and proud to be part of this state/independent cooperation that provides opportunities for all.”

Mrs Emma Taylor, Warden (The Dean Close Foundation)

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Pittville School

Albert Rd, Cheltenham GL52 3JD

“Pittville School is delighted to be involved in the CEP partnership. This is a partnership that will provide a range of exciting opportunities for students, supporting them to develop their skills and knowledge in a broad range of academic and extra-curricular areas.” 

Mr Richard Gilpin, Headteacher

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St Edward’s School

Cirencester Rd, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham GL53 8EY

“We joined the Cheltenham Education Partnership due to a desire to collaborate with all the schools in the Cheltenham borough in order to deliver wider educational opportunities for all young people in Cheltenham.”

Mr Matthew Burke, Headmaster

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Winchcombe School

Greet Rd, Winchcombe, Cheltenham GL54 5LB

“Winchcombe School is excited to be part of the CEP. We recognise the enriching experiences we can offer all students in the Cheltenham area through working together. We are looking forward to sharing ideas and opportunities across the diverse range of partners involved with the CEP.”

Mr Jonathan Templeton, Headteacher

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University of Gloucestershire

Campus, Francis Close Hall, Swindon Rd, Cheltenham GL50 4AZ

“The University of Gloucestershire is delighted to be a member of the CEP, supporting it’s mission to expand the horizons of young people in Cheltenham and help them realise their full potential. I personally am honoured to be Chair of the Steering Group, collaborating and sharing a passion for education with a dynamic and inspiriting team.”

Dr. Graham Parton, Head of School of Education & Humanities (Chair of CEP Steering Group)

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