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“Over the last eight years Aquinas Education have raised their profile in supporting schools with the provision of supply staff. Their commitment to wanting to become a viable and credible option has translated into a range of activities at the forefront of the educational arena in Nottingham. Examples of this are their partnership with the LA in the ‘Year of Reading’ and sponsorship to support the Annual Head Teachers’ Conference. As a head teacher of a school in Nottingham, I have welcomed their endeavours and am reassured that they can provide a quality service to rival other supply agencies in and around Nottingham.”

Bryan Mallows
Head Teacher, Berridge Junior School

“At the Trinity school we have a mutually beneficial relationship with Aquinas Education over the last couple of years. To have a highly professional organisation to support our staffing needs and one which is willing to become involved in the wider life of the school, whether sporting or musical is something rare nowadays. The company has a wide ranged of brilliant contacts and our pupils have gained from our business links with Aquinas”

Mr M, McKeever
Head Teacher, The Trinity School

“I am writing to inform you of the fantastic support we have received from Aquinas Education this year at Southwark Primary School. We have been working closely with Rosie McLaughlin who has provided some fantastic prizes for our children to support the attendance initiatives we have in school.
We have been able to really increase the profile of attendance and punctuality this year and have introduced a 100% club following the donation of four bikes to the school which will be raffled off at the end of the year. The bikes have got all the children talking about attendance and they are extremely excited to be in with a chance of winning them.
We have also been able to offer our highest attending class a trip to the cinema (a first for Southwark) thanks to Rosie’s hard work. This along with the meal vouchers she has provided have helped to get families just as excited as the children themselves.
Our attendance figures this year are currently up from 95.6% to 95.7%, which doesn’t seem like much but for our school is a great achievement. This has definitely been helped by the support we have received from Aquinas Education and we look forward to working with them more in the future.

Graham Boyd
Principal Southwark Primary