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Welcome to the website of the Diocese of St Albans Multi-Academy Trust, a Trust that is passionate about creating and maintaining Church of England and community schools which serve their local communities through the provision of a rich and diverse curriculum underpinned by Christian Values.

The Trust has a clear vision which shapes its work:

Enabling all to flourish: Rooted in God’s Love

And together our academies work to be places of:

Hope: Nurture: Collaboration: Equality: Respect:

The Trust's vision is underpinned by a Christian values framework which will be adopted by all Academies and provides clear expectations for all DSA Trust employees on how the Trust expects its Christian values to impact on all areas of Academy life.  This was developed by the Trust's Headteachers during 2017.  Each Academy will be able to develop and implement its own local Christian values programme that takes account of their local context.  This will draw on and be informed by the National Church of England Vision for Education and the Diocesan Board of Education Vision.

Underpinning all of the Trust’s work is a belief in educational excellence. The Trust believes it is called to serve all stakeholders by providing academies with the highest levels of academic rigour and pastoral care. The Trust’s academies will be places where children and young people develop and thrive intellectually, socially, culturally and spiritually. All of the Trust's schools will teach a broad and balanced curriculum within national guidelines focusing on core skills. This is designed to ensure that all pupils reach their academic potential and seek to enrich their experience along the way. Pupils will be enabled to succeed in an atmosphere of high expectation, aspiring to educational excellence with a firm foundation of Christian values.


Carole Bennett


Introduction to the Trust

12th September 2019
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Welcome to Roxton CE Academy

3rd January 2019

We are delighted to welcome Roxton CE Academy which joined the Trust on 1st December 2018. Watch this space for news of other schools joining over the next few months.

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Our Academies

Totternhoe CE Academy

Roxton CE Academy

Kensworth CE Academy

Churchfield CE Academy

Thomas Whitehead CE Academy

Manshead CE Academy

Caldecote CE Academy

St Albans Diocesan Multi Academy Trust

Manshead CE Academy, Dunstable Road, Caddington, Luton, LU1 4BB

T: 01525 840183
F: 01525 402451


St Albans Diocesan Multi Academy Trust is a Company Limited by Guarantee registered in England and Wales number 10449374 and an Exempt Charity.
Registered Address: Manshead CE Academy, Dunstable Road, Caddington, Luton, LU1 4BB

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