Our governance structures are based upon establishing a balance between networking and hierarchy. We believe that principles should drive policy at trust-wide and individual school levels. There is no desire for Trust schools to mirror each other or for a ‘school in a box’ approach to be developed for schools who join the Trust and which require improvement or are in an Ofsted category.
Equally, there is a desire for the Trust to be more than a chance to ‘share best practice’. We believe being a MAT provides us with an opportunity to learn together, seeking out practice that makes a difference to children’s learning, and to use it to improve the provision for all pupils.
The principles of formative assessment and of a curriculum that develops a wide range of skills including rigorous attention to English and Maths are at the heart of the provision that must be offered in all Trust schools. For this reason, the scheme of delegation ensures that some key policies such as the teaching and learning policy must be formally approved at Trust level, although they are likely to be different in each member school.
For more information about our governance structure, please click on the links below.
For information about our Board of Trustees (including pecuniary interests and pen portraits) please click here.
For information about our Members (including pecuniary interests) please click here.
For details about Local Governing Bodies at each school (including pecuniary interests and attendance records of governors), please visit their dedicated Governance pages:
Sheringham Primary School, please click here.
John F Kennedy School, please click here.
Upton Cross Primary School, please click here.
Hartley Primary School, please click here.
Blenheim Primary School, please click here.
Federation of Greenways Schools, please click here.
Drew Primary School, please click here.