One of the Government’s flagship academy schools – the first in Worcestershire – has appointed Midlands-based accountancy and tax firm Rabjohns as its auditor.
Rabjohns won the tender to act as auditors for Tudor Grange Academy Worcester, which opened in September.
Worcester-based Rabjohns beat off competition from a range of other firms to secure the account.
Tudor Grange Academy replaced Worcester’s Elgar Technology College and was the second academy school to be set up in the country, following sponsorship from Tudor Grange School in Solihull.
Andy Wood, a director at Rabjohns, said: “Rabjohns has extensive experience in advising and auditing independent schools and charities, although this is the first academy for which we have acted.
“We are excited to be working with Tudor Grange at such an important stage in its development, admiring the support given by its adopted sister school in Solihull and the positive steps already taken to make this new academy successful.”