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Converting to a multi-academy trust (MAT): case studies

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Last updated on 27 February 2017
School types: Maintained, Academy · School phases: Primary, Secondary
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Are there case studies of schools joining or forming MATs? We link to five case studies of schools that have formed or joined multi-academy trusts (MATs), from the National College, the New Schools Network and NAHT. We look at reasons for converting, the process, and the impact of the change.

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Contents

  1. 1 Case study: joining a MAT
  2. 2 Case study: MAT formed by a teaching school
  3. 3 Case study: MAT formed by schools already in federation
  4. 4 Case study: MAT formed by an umbrella trust
  5. 5 Case study: forming a MAT

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