Trust which runs schools in Norwich, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft seeking new chief executive
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An academy chain which runs primaries in Norwich, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft has put out an advert for a new chief executive.
The Evolution Academy Trust has posted an advert for the role on TES, which it says will begin in January 2018 and will see the new candidate work alongside current chief executive Tony Hull for a 'fully supported transition'.
The trust runs Costessey Junior School, Costessey Infant School, Filby Primary School, Dell Primary School in Lowestoft, Eaton Primary School, Elm Tree Primary School and Wensum Junior School.
In 2012, Costessey Junior School converted to an academy, before it formed the Costessey Academy Trust with Costessey Infant School in 2013. The organisation later became the Evolution trust.
Mr Hull is well-known in education both locally and nationally, and in 2010 was named National College Awards Headteacher of the Year at the Teaching Awards, having won the east of England title for primary school head earlier in the same year.
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