Dear friends,

Three of our secondary schools in Hodge Hill (Saltley, International and Rockwood), have all appointed new Head Teachers over the last few months.

Over the last fortnight it’s been a pleasure to drop by and meet them all – to ask what I can do to help them succeed.

Our teachers and pupils are working incredibly hard but I’m determined that we have the best school results that we can get.

I’m delighted that our new Head Teachers share this ambition and I will continue to do all I can to support them.

All the best,

Liam

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