(CEO & Executive Head)
Carl Jarvis was appointed Headteacher at Hartsholme Academy in 2008 when the school was deep in special measures. Carl initiated a radical restructure and development programme, through which the school became outstanding only two years later. The school has sustained its progress and is consistently achieving within the top 5% of all schools. Carls philosophy centres on innovative practices that enable students to be fully interdependent and instilling "a burning desire for a need to know". Carl's work draws on global research of meta-cognative development and understand 'how' and 'why' we learn.
Carl gives practical guides of how to embed this pedagogy into every day practice ensuring that ALL students exceed their potential.
Carl is now the Executive Headteacher of Hartsholme Academy and St Giles Academy. Hartsholme Academy is a National Teaching School and National Support School and was awarded ‘Innovation School of the Year 2013’. He has supported a wide range of schools in his role as National Leader of Education and has just taken on the new challenge as CEO of the New Dawn Trust.
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(Director of EOS TSA)
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(Head of School - Hartsholme Academy)
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(Head of Development)
Jon has worked in various roles in the senior leadership team for the last four years at Hartsholme Academy, an outstanding primary academy just outside Lincoln city centre. He has seen the school grow from strength to strength over the last 7 years. During his time at the school he has taught across foundation stage as well as the other phases.
Jon took on the role of 'Director of Standards' as part of the senior leadership team- this enabled him to develop teachers skills in assessment and pupil tracking and progress. Hartsholme gained its outstanding status in 2011. In 2012 Jon gained the status of SLE (Specialist leader of Education) and is heavily involved in the Eos teaching school alliance, delivering training and support to other establishments in the alliance.
Jon was also Director of Innovation as had a responsibility for training staff in new pedagogy and is active in research and development of innovative classroom practice. In 2014 he was able to work as a member of staff at High Tech High in San Diego, California which was part of his innovation action research. The skills and innovative practices, which he researched on his time in the USA, is now fully adapted and embedded at Hartsholme and CDP packages have been developed through EOS TSA to ensure that innovative practice can be shared with others.
In 2014 Jon became Head of School at Hartsholme. He is now Head of Development for the New Dawn Trust and a dedicated leadership team he continues to help the school grow and move forward. Jon holds the National Professional Qualification in Headship.
(Head of Standards)
Kate Scott was Head of School at St Giles Academy in Lincoln and has also previously been Head of School at Hartsholme Academy. She has worked in education for many years, teaching across the Primary Phase and also leading in key areas of the school such as different Key Stages, English and Curriculum before becoming a Deputy Head. Kate is passionate about children experiencing a purposeful and relevant education that enables them all to reach their potential. She enjoys developing her own knowledge about how children learn to improve outcomes for children and empowering others to do the same. Kate likes to spend time with her family and going to the gym.
(Head of Finance)
Donna Wakefield was appointed as Head of Finance in January 2015. She joined us from the Lincoln College Group where she was the Financial Controller for a group with revenue of £50m per annum.
Donna has worked in the Education Sector for 2 years and was a Corporate Accountant for a large multi national food and commodities company for 7 years prior to this. She qualified as a Chartered Management Accountant in 2009 and brings both technical and commercial experience to the Trust strengthening its financial position.
(Director of Community)
Mary Williams began her 37 year career in the Secondary sector, but later moved into Primary.
She has worked on St Giles since 2001 as Assistant Headteacher and then as Deputy Headteacher. Mary is passionate about children having access to as many opportunities as possible to enable them to grow both academically and as the citizens of the future.
She is now Director of Community and will be supporting families, staff and pupils across the Trust