A spreadsheet listing all academy trusts in receipt of pre-warning notice or warning notice letters about poor or inadequate performance.

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List of letters to academy trusts about poor performance in academies

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List of letters to academy trusts about poor performance in academies

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The pre-warning notice or warning notice letters from the Department for Education to academy trusts are also available.

Published 8 January 2013
Last updated 22 August 2018 + show all updates

  1. Updated poor performance notices.
  2. Updated poor performance notice spreadsheets.
  3. Added 12 new notices and removed 6 which have been withdrawn.
  4. Updated spreadsheets to include removal dates.
  5. Updated spreadsheets to include removal dates
  6. Added termination warning notice for King's Lynn Academy.
  7. Spreadsheet updated
  8. Added 15 pre-warning and warning notices for February to July 2017.
  9. Added a warning notice issued to Plymouth CAST.
  10. Added a pre-termination warning notice to Downham Market Academy and a warning notice to the Isle of Portland Aldridge Community Academy.
  11. Added termination warning notices for Blackthorn Primary School, Ruskin Junior School and Rushden Community College.
  12. Added a notification of withdrawal of a pre-termination warning notice relating to Oasis Academy Skinner Street.
  13. Added a pre-warning notice to North Shore, The Blyth and Thomas Hepburn Academies and a notification of withdrawal of a pre-warning notice to Strood Academy.
  14. Added pre-termination warning notices to St Peter and St Paul Catholic Voluntary Academy and Greenwood Academies Trust.
  15. Added a pre-termination warning notice to All Saints Catholic College, Tameside.
  16. Added 13 warning notices for January and February 2016.
  17. Added 7 pre-warning notices.
  18. Added pre-warning notices to Park Primary School and Lincoln College Trust academies, and a warning notice to Blackthorn Primary School.
  19. Added pre-warning notice to Darlington School of Maths and Science.
  20. Added pre-warning notice to The Bulwell Academy.
  21. Added 5 pre-warning notices and 3 warning notices.
  22. Added pre-warning notices for Grange School and Millbrook Academy. Added warning to notice for St Edward's Church of England School.
  23. Added warning notices to Admirals Academy, Diamond Academy, Castle Manor Academy, The Chafford School, City Academy Norwich, Saxmundham Free School and Beccles Free School.
  24. Added pre-warning notice to Spires Academy and warning notice to Astor College.
  25. Added pre-warning notices to Abbs Cross Academy and Voyager Academy. Added warning notice to Ernulf Academy.
  26. Added pre-warning notices to Oasis Academy Wintringham and Oasis Academy Skinner Street.
  27. Added pre-warning notices to St Edmund Campion Catholic Primary School and Ely College.
  28. Updated documents to include pre-warning notices to All Saints Academy Dunstable, Oasis Community Learning Trust and Wilnecote High School.
  29. Updated ODS and xls files
  30. Replaced updated list.
  31. Added pre-warning notice to Merrill Academy.
  32. Added pre-warning notice to Samworth (Enterprise) Academy Trust.
  33. Added pre-warning notices to Nottingham University Samworth Academies Trust and to School Partnership Trust Academies.
  34. Added updated list including 7 new pre-warning notices and 1 new warning notice.
  35. Updated list.
  36. Updated list to include 2 additional schools.
  37. Added pre-warning notice information for Furness Academy.
  38. Updated 'List of letters to academy trusts about poor performance' document.
  39. Added pre-warning notice for Sawtry Community College.
  40. Added Testwood Sports College.
  41. Added pre-warning notice information for Armthorpe Academy.
  42. Added pre warning notice information for Lostock Hall Academy.
  43. Added pre warning notice information for Nottingham University Samworth Academy.
  44. Added pre-warning notice to Ernulf Academy information.
  45. First published.

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