Introduction of Mr. John Doyle as the New Chair of Trustees for Minerva Learning Trust

We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Mr John Doyle as the new Chair of Trustees of Minerva Learning Trust, effective from 1st January 2024.

John brings a wealth of experience across local public services and a profound dedication to the field of education. Throughout his career, he has exhibited exemplary leadership, consistently striving for educational excellence, and demonstrating a commitment to empowering students to reach their full potential.

As we embark on this exciting new chapter, we are confident that John’s unique combination of skills, strategic vision, and commitment to our mission will play a pivotal role in the continued success and expansion of Minerva Learning Trust. His expertise in strategic management experience in finance and resource planning aligns seamlessly with our goals and aspirations for the future.

John will be visiting all schools as he assumes his role as the Chair of our Trust board. During this time, he looks forward to meeting and engaging with all staff members and students, providing an opportunity for a meet and greet, as well as addressing any questions you may have for him.

I am sure you will join me in extending a warm welcome John Doyle. We are eager to witness the positive impact his leadership will undoubtedly have on Minerva Learning Trust and the broader education sector.

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