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Luke Tryl to leave New Schools Network for government role

Luke Tryl to leave New Schools Network for government role

Schools Week understands Tryl will return to his old role as special adviser to Nicky Morgan, who recently re-entered the cabinet as culture secretary.

The Conservative campaigner has only been in his current role since March. He was previously Ofsted’s director of corporate strategy, and an adviser to Morgan when she was education secretary between 2014 and 2016.

He will leave on August 7, and will be replaced by Unity Howard, the NSN’s deputy director.

“It has been a real privilege to work at NSN,” said Tryl. “Free schools have the power to be a truly transformative force in the education landscape and I am looking forward to seeing the work of NSN under Unity’s leadership.

“I am delighted to be passing on the mantle as free schools look set once again to play an important part of the domestic agenda – and with their proven track record I know that NSN will be integral to making sure this outstanding programme continues to go from strength to strength over the coming months and years.”

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