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‘Invigorating’ Academy Visit by the CEO of Academy Enterprise Trust

posted 7 Mar 2014, 03:48 by Google Google   [ updated 7 Mar 2014, 03:49 ]

Students and staff of Felixstowe Academy were delighted to welcome Mr David Triggs on his recent visit to the academy, which he described as “invigorating, exciting, and dynamic”. 

Within the visit Mr Triggs, the CEO of the Academy Enterprise Trust (AET), spent time with members of the New Build Focus Group before visiting the site of the new £19.5m education complex, where he expressed his “delight with the progress of the new building and with the attention to detail being shown”. 

Mr Triggs opened his visit with members of the Senior Leadership Team including Academy Executive Principal Mr Stephen Chamberlain, Principal Mr Andrew Salter and Mrs Susan Robinson, Chair of Governors, before meeting students and members of staff. 

Within his meeting with Felixstowe Academy students, Mr Triggs was updated on how students had contributed and influenced the project as part of the New Build Focus Group.  These students, along with staff members, had been able to visit completed new building projects from within the AET organisation.  They all agreed on how impressed they had been with the designs, often incorporating a great deal of glass which enabled great visibility within the building but remained warm and friendly.



Students and staff of Felixstowe Academy were delighted to welcome Mr David Triggs on his recent visit to the academy, which he described as “invigorating, exciting, and dynamic”. 

Within the visit Mr Triggs, the CEO of the Academy Enterprise Trust (AET), spent time with members of the New Build Focus Group before visiting the site of the new £19.5m education complex, where he expressed his “delight with the progress of the new building and with the attention to detail being shown”. 

Mr Triggs opened his visit with members of the Senior Leadership Team including Academy Executive Principal Mr Stephen Chamberlain, Principal Mr Andrew Salter and Mrs Susan Robinson, Chair of Governors, before meeting students and members of staff. 

Within his meeting with Felixstowe Academy students, Mr Triggs was updated on how students had contributed and influenced the project as part of the New Build Focus Group.  These students, along with staff members, had been able to visit completed new building projects from within the AET organisation.  They all agreed on how impressed they had been with the designs, often incorporating a great deal of glass which enabled great visibility within the building but remained warm and friendly.