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How city firms have made it their business to support Worcester school ahead of rebrand

Rob George 23rd Jun, 2022 Updated: 23rd Jun, 2022

BUSINESS brains from across Worcester and Malvern have shown their support for a city school ahead of its September relaunch.

Sponsorship of new polo shirts for the Dines Green Community Academy is the latest step ahead of a new name and branding for the Tudor Way school at the start of the next school year,

Former governor Tracy Lowe, of Lowe’s Family Solicitors on Foregate Street has kindly sponsored the new school polo shirts which will be given to all pupils in September.

The project is overseen by Julia Williams, member of the Mercian Educational Trust and director of Worcester based creative agency ADD Marketing is also backed by recruitment specialists Baxter Williams, ISO Quality Services and Hewett Recruitment.

Martin Hanney, director of UK Operations at Malvern-based Aspenify, a company dedicated to innovating the process of connecting people virtually, Edward Dally, senior associate at Worcester’s Financial Advice Centre and Kelly Fieldhouse from Worcestershire Mortgage Services complete the team.

Coun Richard Udall has also made a donation to the new uniform provision. The St. John’s councillor is aware with the rising cost of living impacting greatly on family life as much support as possible is needed.

Headteacher Andrew Morley said: “The new identity and name for Dines Green Community Academy, heralds the start of a new chapter for our school.

“It will reinforce our academy status further and importantly demonstrate an investment to mark a positive future ahead for the school and wider community.

“We are immensely grateful for the kind support of the Worcester business community who have come together to offer united support on the uniform provision.”

The reveal of the new school name and branding will take place at an event on Tuesday, September 6. Mayor of Worcester Coun Adrian Gregson will officially announce the new name and celebrate the beginning of a new chapter for the school.

Dines Green Community Academy has been part of the Mercian Educational Trust for four years and during this time has seen many benefits from working with the trust.

This next step will go further to refresh the school values, strong local heritage and community spirit and will be a very positive investment in the future of the school.

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