Two further Schools Welcomed into the MNSP

Two further Schools Welcomed into the MNSP

St Mary’s Primary School in Timsbury and St Mark’s Secondary School in Bath are the latest schools to announce that on the 1st May 2020, they have joined the Midsomer Norton Schools’ Partnership Multi Academy Trust (MAT). ‚Äč

Approved by the Secretary of State for Education, this conversion will allow the Schools to have more control over their day to day operations within the support network offered by the MNSP MAT. The partnership now operates Critchill All Through School, 17 primary schools and 7 secondary schools all located across BANES, Mendip and North Somerset local authorities.

Mark Cox, Headteacher of St Mary’s, Timsbury commentedJoining the trust will enable our staff to work closely with the other schools to share and further develop good practice, which will benefit our pupils and the whole school community.  The Midsomer Norton Schools’ Partnership will also challenge us as we continue to work towards providing a high-class education for the children of St Mary’s.

Barnaby Ash, Headteacher of St Mark’s, Bath commentedThis is an exciting time to join the Midsomer Norton Schools’ Partnership as the trust goes from strength to strength in its mission to provide the best possible outcomes for young people. We look forward to furthering the strong relationships between our school and others in the local area for the benefit of our pupils.”

MAT CEO and Executive Headteacher Alun Williams said: “I am extremely pleased that both, St Mary’s and St Mark’s schools have decided to join the Midsomer Norton Schools’ Partnership. I really look forward to working with the staff and children at the schools, as do all those colleagues and children who are already part of the Midsomer Norton Schools’ Partnership”.