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Expert advice for expanding your school, academy or MAT

If your school has already converted to an academy, you may now be considering expansion as the next step forward.

Our experience in a variety of expansion initiatives

Wrigleys have experience of advising schools across many expansion initiatives, such as:

  • Single to multi academy model conversions;

  • New Schools, federations and 'all-through';

  • Academy mergers;

  • Collaborations & partnerships;

  • Building projects;

  • Trading companies; and

  • Teaching schools.

For further information, please feel free to contact us.

Chris Billington is "very knowledgeable and experienced in the academy sector,"

Chambers & Partners 2020


"Wrigleys Solicitors have a strong understanding of our aims, objectives and mission and work thoroughly to help us achieve those in our transactions."

Chambers & Partners 2020

Chris Billington View Biography

Chris Billington

Direct Line: 0113 204 5734

Partner
Leeds

Sue King View Biography

Sue King

Direct Line: 0113 204 5708

Partner
Leeds

Tim Wrigley View Biography

Tim Wrigley

Direct Line: 0113 204 5743

Partner
Leeds

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We look here at the precise terms of the Government announcement and the options open to special schools.

19 Mar 2020

Manager's dismissal for false investigation report which covered up her own misconduct was not wrongful

Dishonesty in investigation report was a fundamental breach of contract.