Tauheedul Education Trust: 'Our GCSE results show the free schools programme is transforming the education' It’s nearly five years since I last penned an article for this publication, following the approval for a new free school for boys in Blackburn: Tauheedul Islam Boys’ High School (TIBHS).
Since then, we’ve had a change of government, a vote to leave the European Union, and Tauheedul Education Trust (TET) has grown into one of the UK’s leading multi-academy trusts sponsoring faith and non-faith schools across the country. While all this has been going on, the first boys to enter that free school in 2012 have completed their secondary school journey, collecting their GCSE results on Thursday.
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