Multi Academy Trust
We aim to create a climate of possibility that celebrates diversity, sparks curiosity and breeds creativity
St Martin’s Multi Academy Trust was created in March 2015 when St Martin’s CE Primary and Field View Primary Schools converted from being a ‘hard’ federation. Following the success of the MAT supporting other schools in Wolverhampton, the Trust agreed to sponsor Grove Primary School, which joined the MAT in April 2016. We believe the Trust is now ready to grow further and support the Government’s aspirations for MATs across the country. As a ‘mixed’ MAT, we welcome schools from a Local Authority or C of E Voluntary Controlled background.
Vision, values and ethos
We believe that our schools should create a climate of possibility that celebrates diversity, sparks curiosity and breeds creativity.
We want our children to leave our schools as life-long learners with a respect for each other and above all with a set of values that ensure they make a contribution to their community and society.
Our values are to promote integrity, respect, aspiration, responsibility, creativity and perseverance
Mr B Davis
Mr E Richards
Executive leader of School improvement
Mrs L Martin
Executive leader of business & operations
St Martin’s Multi Academy Trust is driven to equip all our children with the skills needed to meet the challenges, which lie ahead of them in life in modern Britain.
We do this by ensuring pupils have the opportunity to achieve their full potential and support them to grow in a healthy, safe environment.
Our schools share the same ethos, vision and values, whist still retaining their own individual identities. The staff work together in hubs and networks, which enhances professional development and pupil outcomes.
As a strategic member of the ConnectEd Teaching School, we have the opportunity to deliver and receive quality training programmes, enabling greater development for our staff.
Mrs Jenny Curry –
Head of school
We want our pupils to leave St Martin’s Primary with high academic and personal achievements, with a respect for each other and a set of values that will ensure they make a contribution to our Christian community and society. With that in mind, being part of St Martin’s Multi Academy Trust really supports us to achieve our ambition. Working together, we can provide high quality CPD for our staff, share ideas, expertise, training and resources that can then be tailored into a bespoke curriculum to enable our pupils to achieve their full potential.