The Midsomer Norton Schools' Partnership was founded in 2009 following the hard federation between Norton Hill and Somervale Secondary Schools. Since this point the Trust has grown to include other secondary schools and a large number of primary schools, which are all located in the Southwest of England: Bath and North East Somerset, Somerset and North Somerset. The full list of schools that are members of the Trust are shown above.
Midsomer Norton Schools' Partnership provides support and challenge to all of our schools so that our entire community of children and young people can achieve their best. The unique character of each school is celebrated and nurtured to ensure choice and variety in educational provision. The Trust is committed to providing a broad, balanced and aspirational curriculum in all of its schools, so that all children and young people develop the character and qualifications needed to open doors to their future success. A strong focus on developing and providing inspirational teaching and leadership in all schools, through school-to-school improvement, ensures outstanding progress and educational enjoyment for all members of our partnership’s community.
Our Trustees believe that through effective and true collaboration, excellence can be achieved in all of our schools. The Trust does not seek to make all schools the same, but through sensible standardisation of practices and outstanding support and challenge, they aim to ensure all schools within the Trust are ‘good’ or better.
Proposed changes to Admissions Arrangements - 2023/24
Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership would like to give notice of changes to the following schools Admission Policies for the 2023/24 academic year:
Longvernal Primary School (15/12/2021-26/01/2022)
Midsomer Norton Primary School (16/12/2021-27/01/22)
St John's Primary School (16/12/21 - 27/01/22)
Welton Primary School (16/12/21 - 27/01/22)
The proposed changes require a six-week consultation period in line with the Admissions Code of Practice.
Any comments regarding the policies must be returned to the relevant school.
We continue to work closely with our health and safety advisers to monitor the situation regarding the coronavirus. We will follow the guidance from the Department of Health and Social Care and Public Health England and update you if anything changes. The link to their guidance can be found here:
16-19 Tuition Fund 2021-22 report
2021 Summer School Funding reports for all schools an be viewed HERE
If you are concerned about a safeguarding issue, please see our Child Protection and Safeguarding policies under the documents section. Any concerns should be communicated to the 'home school' Designated Safeguarding Lead.