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RONIN GETS TOP MARKS WITH SPIRES ACADEMY

RONIN GETS TOP MARKS WITH SPIRES ACADEMY

RONIN is pleased to welcome Canterbury secondary school, Spires Academy as a one of our newest clients. Not only is the school now working with the RONIN team, but it will become the latest member of the E21C multi-academy Trust – another one of our (favourite) clients. The addition of Spires Academy will represent the establishment of a new hub for E21C in Kent, following the Trust’s success in the London Borough of Bromley.

Top of the class when it comes to communication, RONIN will run Spire’s PR and social media programme, with the aim to expand and enhance the school’s communications within its catchment area and beyond. With 2017 a triumph – Spires achieved an impressive Ofsted report and was accreditation with the Leading Parent Partnership Award – next year is set to bring further success for the school, with Spires formally joining E21C in January 2018.

Principal, Nicki Mattin, says “RONIN, like E21C, shares our values and principles and that was extremely important in choosing a marketing agency. Following such a fantastic year for Spires, we are very excited about spreading the good news about our school.”

And there is plenty of good news to share! Spires’ students already benefit from state-of-the-art facilities, with work underway for a new multi-functional building for science, drama, and design and technology, which is scheduled to open this December. Additionally, it is a member of the ‘East Kent Schools Together’ Committee, providing Spires’ students with some exceptional learning experiences.

RONIN director, Steve Lipscombe, says, “The school staff and facilities are very impressive, as is Spires’ relationships with other schools in the area, and by joining the E21C family, the Spires community will only continue to grow, along with its reputation for high quality education.”

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