On the 1st September 2012 the College became a Co-operative Trust. This is an exciting new development for the College which will enable us to work more successfully in partnership. This is founded on the Co-operative Value:
Tavistock Co-operative Learning Trust Launch Invitation Thursday 4th October (123k pdf document)
Posted: 26th September 2012
You will be aware from recent communications that the College has become the first Co-operative Trust School in West Devon. This follows an extensive consultation exercise last term.
On Thursday 4th October we are holding a Formal Celebration event to launch the Trust. This will take place at 6.30pm in the College Hall and parents/carers are most welcome to join us at this event. Please email Angela Thomas firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01822 614231 if you would like to learn more about the Trust and support the students taking part. It is important to book a place in advance as the seating capacity in the Hall is limited to 350.
I am delighted to announce that on Monday 16th July 2012 the Governors of Tavistock College agreed that the College will become a Co-operative Trust with effect 31 August 2012. We are the first school in West Devon to make this move and I am delighted to be leading the way forward. This is an exciting development for the College which will enable us to forge partnerships and be at the heart of our community.
Updated: Wednesday 18th July 2012
Updated: Thursday 12th June 2012
This document summarises the feedback from the Tavistock Co-operative Learning Trust public consultation exercise for Tavistock College, Tavistock, Devon. This consultation report was produced on behalf of the Governing Body by the Co-operative College who also facilitated the consultation.
Posted: Friday 1st June 2012
The College is moving forward and consulting on the formation of a Co-operative Trust. This is a very exciting development for the College and the plans are outlined in the attached documents.
We would welcome your views and are happy to answer any questions you may have about the Co-operative Trust.
The main benefits of Trust Status, if it goes ahead, will be the development of productive partnership opportunities. Our initial partners are UCP Marjon and Tavistock Chamber of Commerce. In Phase 2 of the project we would welcome other partners including:
We also wish to develop partnerships with companies such as Apple and Microsoft to improve our ICT facilities. We are working with the Chamber of Commerce to secure the Superfast Broadband Link. I look forward to receiving your Questionnaire responses during this consultation period.
Posted: Wednesday 18th April 2012
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