The Headteacher of The Swan School has now been appointed.

The River Learning Trust is delighted to announce that it has appointed the first headteacher of The Swan School.
Kay Wood will be the new head of the proposed secondary free school in Marston.
Kay is 32 and has taught in London state schools for more than a decade.
Since last September she has been Vice Principal (Teaching and Learning) at The City Academy, Hackney. Before that she was Assistant Headteacher at Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School.
Kay studied geography at Oxford’s Christ Church college, where she is getting married later this month.
She said: “I am delighted and honoured to have been appointed as headteacher of The Swan School.
“This is a wonderful opportunity to establish a school from scratch and I am determined to work with the River Learning Trust and other schools in Oxford and beyond to make this the very best school it can be.
“I want to ensure that The Swan is a school at the heart of the local community where every single pupil is challenged and supported to achieve their potential, both academically but also as kind, confident and well-rounded young people.
“All children deserve an outstanding education. It is therefore vital that The Swan School gets built given that the shortage of secondary school places expected to be a problem that only gets worse over the next few years.
“I hope that all goes smoothly with the planning application and I am keen to work closely with the planners and community to ensure that we find effective and sustainable solutions to the challenges that have been raised.
“Having attended university in the city and with close family links in the area, I am thrilled to be returning to Oxford. I look forward to meeting some of the potential parents and pupils when we hold more open events in the autumn.”
The Swan School is due to open in September 2019, and Kay is expected to take up her post after Christmas this year.
Paul James, the chief executive of the River Learning Trust (RLT), said: “We had an absolutely excellent crop of applicants for the post and we believe that Kay is an outstanding fit for the school and RLT.”