CEO's Blog First of all, can I start with an apology. I totally forgot to do a blog last week! So, Happy New Year to everyone. I wish I had a plausible excuse – but I haven’t really. Our family, like many others, had a rather chaotic Christmas break as both my...
Our gallery shows a selection of photographs from across our Academy.
December 2021 Newsletters Please click on the links to view the December 2021 Newsletters from across the New Bridge Multi Academy Trust. Future Finders December 2021 Hawthorns December 2021 Hollinwood Academy December 2021 New Bridge College December 2021 New...
The Omicron Variant I’d like to concentrate this week’s blog on a single item – the Omicron variant. As yet, we are still waiting for our scientists to offer us more secure information but, needless to say, all our organisations have spent a significant amount of time...
A Quick Update... Hi everyone, A quick update this week... Last Monday and Tuesday I spent the day with a number of other CEOs of MATs from across the country. Several government agencies had asked for a slot to offer some updates. Ofsted kicked us off. Ofsted...
Graham's Blog... First of all, can I start this week’s blog with an apology. I didn’t get round to writing a blog last week. I rarely miss, but I just had one of those weeks! It’s quite interesting as I don’t think I was alone in having 'one of those weeks' – many of...
New Bridge Multi Academy Trust was established in 2014 when the Members set out the Trust’s constitution and signed its Memorandum and Articles of Association.
Members of the Trust have an overview of the governance arrangements and the power to appoint and remove Trustees and Governors.
Our Trust aims to establish, maintain, manage and develop a broad and balanced curriculum, and to promote the provision of our facilities for the benefit of our communities. We believe that we have considerable skill and expertise in supporting schools that work with young people who have learning disabilities. We focus on getting the basics right with an emphasis on innovation, collaboration and enjoyment. We are aiming to build a thriving community of converting and sponsored academies. We will maintain a family of autonomous schools that is uncompromising in its search for excellence
We see the value in being outward facing and believe that creating sustainable partnerships with like-minded schools encourages and supports continued improvement.
Our Members are:
Jean Warner (from 1/09/12)
Jeffrey Mellor (from 14/1/20)
Judith Lamb (from 9/9/19)
Ken Stapleton (from 1/9/12)
Oliver Sandiford Booth (from 18/8/21)
Our Members confirm that they have complied with the duty in Section 4 of the Charities Act 2006 to have due regard to the Charity Commissioner’s general guidance on public benefit in exercising their powers or duties. They have referred to this guidance when reviewing the Trust’s aims and objectives and in planning its future activities.
New Bridge Multi Academy Trust
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0161 883 2401