On your marks, get set, go!


Joint CEO Ange Tyler is in the final stages of her training for this year’s London Marathon as the race approaches this Sunday.

Ange strongly believes in the NSPCC’s ethos that every childhood is worth fighting for, this is why she will be running in aid of the NSPCC this weekend.

Fundraising for the NSPCC has been a trust wide task with Ange’s marathon run being the culmination of a series of events hosted by children across the trust to support the charity. To match Ange’s 26 miles, students across our 12 schools have been taking part in ‘Challenge 26’, a new trust initiative to encourage sporting activity with pupils being sponsored to do a chosen activity 26 times.

If you would like to contribute to our fundraising efforts for the NSPCC and encourage Ange across the finish line please follow this link to make a donation:


Ange Marathon