Church Broughton C of E Primary School

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Collaboration 2019-21/ Proposed Federation

The Dove Federation parents and staff consultation meeting

Federation Proposal – Click to read the proposal regarding taking the collaboration into a permanent federation

You may have heard about Heath Fields Primary and Church Broughton C of E Primary Schools working together as a collaboration, with Mark Whyman overseeing the two schools as the Executive Headteacher. The governors of Heath Fields and Church Broughton can confirm with you that the proposal of the two schools working in collaboration has been agreed by the governing body of each school.

A collaboration between the schools will allow us to work alongside each other, share best practice and resources, providing the best education we can for the children in each school. The structure in each school will remain as it is now with Mark Whyman being the Headteacher at Heath Fields and overseeing Heath Fields on a day to day basis, and Andrew Rudge being the Head of School at Church Broughton and overseeing Church Broughton on a day to day basis. The Executive Headteacher and the Head of School will work together to ensure planned school improvement and development is carried out within each school. The collaboration will enhance and develop what we can offer our children ensuring that each school retains its own core values. Mark Whyman has been working with Church Broughton since September 2019. The two schools are excited about the opportunities the collaboration will offer and if you require any further information then please don’t hesitate to contact either Mr Whyman or Mr Rudge.


Leighton Stevenson, Heath Fields Primary School Chair of Governors

Emma Smith, Church Broughton C of E Primary School Chair of Governors

 Newcomers to the school are welcomed and helped to settle quickly. The school is committed to providing every pupil, including disabled pupils and those who have special educational needs, equal opportunity to succeed.

Quote from latest OFSTED report