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The Cam Academy Trust was established at the beginning of 2011. In the first instance, it oversaw Comberton Village College’s conversion to Academy status in February 2011.

However, its remit soon developed as it sponsored The Voyager Academy in Peterborough in September 2011 and oversaw a proposal to establish a new Free School, Cambourne Village College which opened in September 2013. The academy of Melbourn Village College also joined  the Trust in September 2013. Gamlingay First School became the first Primary-phase school to join the Trust in April 2016, and was followed by St Peter's, an 11-18 school in Huntingdon,  in September 2016.  A further two primary schools, Hartford Junior and Hartford Infant Schools became academies of the Trust in January 2017.  Also in January, The Trust brokered a new partnership for The Voyager Academy with Peterborough-based Thomas Dean Academy Education Trust.  The most recent addition to the Trust is Jeavons Wood Primary School in Cambourne who joined us in July 2017.

The role of the Trust now is to ensure excellence for all in the Academies  within the Trust and to ensure that all local communities are very well served by The Cam Academy Trust Academies. The Chair and the Board of Trustees take a strategic oversight of this and work with the Local Governing Bodies of the Academies to provide strong governance. Each Academy has a Principal or Head of School who report to the Chief Executive.