Branching out with our Multiple Academy Trust

Branching out with our Multiple Academy Trust at St Julian's Church School

On 1st December 2018 St Julian’s Church School became an academy and joined the Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership Trust.

The Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership was founded in 2009 following the hard federation between Norton Hill and Somervale Secondary Schools. Since this point it has grown to include a number of other secondary and primary schools, most of which are located in Midsomer Norton, Radstock or the surrounding villages. They also sponsor St Dunstan’s Secondary School in Glastonbury and Dundry Primary in North Somerset.

The Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership Trust is focused on school improvement as its primary aim. Trustees believe that through effective and true collaboration, excellence can be achieved in 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.

MNSP Trust

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