Where does the time go?
It is hard to believe that drb has been providing support in the education sector for 21 years now and the team are fully aware that the support of our loyal clients has been central to our success.
We have worked with many hundreds of schools, academies and academy trusts. We’d like to take this opportunity to say a massive thank you to everyone that has supported us. We look forward to continuing to work closely in the future to ensure the next 21 years are even more successful!
We have been on a journey with you all since 2000
There have been numerous challenges for school leaders since the year 2000 and none more so than in the last 18 months. We would like to think that we’ve shared the burden of those challenges and worked with schools so that they always have the assurance that their financial management is in safe hands and that support for their performance is always readily available as and when needed.
The enduring relationships that we’ve developed with schools over the years have been essential and we would like to thank every single school that we’ve worked with. We very much look forward to the next 21 years supporting existing clients and making new friends along the way.
Lee Schofield, Director commented:
“Having worked for drb for the last twenty years I have seen lots of change good and bad but have consistently worked with a number of schools, building relationships and overcoming numerous obstacles. I feel privileged to have had the chance to impact on the education of lots of children to hopefully enable resources to be made available to effect outcomes. Let’s hope drb can continue to flourish and support schools and leaders as the whole education funding system evolves.”
To celebrate this milestone…
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