Palladian Academy Trust

On 1st November 2016 St Philip's Primary School became a member of the Palladian Academy Trust (PAT). The new multi-academy trust (MAT) is a group of like-minded local schools - all academies – that have chosen to work together in partnership for the benefit of our children’s education.

The Trust, a group of geographically close secondary, primary, infant and junior schools, will build on existing good practice and collaborative work. It will seek to retain the ethos and identity of each school while enjoying and exploring the benefits of partnership.

 

Pat staff

 

 The ten schools are:

 

The Palladian Academy Trust (PAT) is a community of individual schools, each with its own particular ethos, that enjoy a mutually enriching partnership. The PAT includes both church and community academies working closely together, all connected by the vision we share for our students. We value and respect the individuality of every child and believe their learning and development should be personal and holistic. We aim to support their wellbeing and help them achieve their best.

 

Palladian Academy Trust Information

 

CONTACT PALLADIAN ACADEMY TRUST

For all correspondence and enquiries, please contact:

Palladian Academy Trust
Ralph Allen School
Claverton Down Road
Bath
BA2 7AD

Yvonne Miles
P.A to Donna Tandy, CEO
y.miles@palladianacademytrust.com
01225 832936 ext. 349 / 01225 838013 DDI   

Donna Tandy
Chief Executive Officer         

Jo Marsh
Chief Operating Officer  

 

Why the name ‘Palladian Academy Trust’?

The Palladian Bridge in Prior Park is a local landmark and since bridges connect people, the group felt this was a very appropriate emblem. The new logo for the Trust reflects this.

 

About Multi-Academy Trusts  (MATs)

A MAT is a group of schools governed by one trust and a single board of directors. The board is responsible for decisions relating to how each academy is run, from curriculum to staffing.

Each of the academies within a MAT has a school governing body to which it delegates some of its functions, although the MAT remains accountable overall.

 

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