Schools deemed Inadequate

Where provision in a Church of England school is deemed Inadequate by Ofsted and a directive Academy Order has been issued, the Diocesan Board of Education and DSAMAT will be directly involved in the brokering process with the Department for Education and the Regional Schools Commissioner’s office. It is an expectation both nationally and locally that Church of England schools will be placed in Church of England provision, either in a Diocesan Multi-Academy Trust or a local, school-led, Church of England Multi-Academy Trust. This expectation is outlined in a Memorandum of Understanding between the Department for Education and the Church of England Education Office, the national body that represents the Church of England’s educational interests. Due diligence will be undertaken in the usual manner and any agreement for a school to join the Trust will be in principle until due diligence is undertaken.

Timescales

It is expected that it will take no longer than twelve months to process an application to join the Trust where a school is deemed Inadequate

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Our Academies

Totternhoe Lower School (Joining January 2018)

Kensworth CE Academy

Churchfield CE Academy

Thomas Whitehead CE Academy

Manshead CE Academy

Caldecote CE Academy

St Albans Diocesan Multi Academy Trust

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St Albans Diocesan Multi Academy Trust is a Company Limited by Guarantee registered in England and Wales number 10449374 and an Exempt Charity.
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