Trust Development

Bradford Diocesan Academies Trust is a large cross-phase MAT in Bradford. As of November 2018, we will have 17 open academies – 4 secondary schools and 13 primary academies. We will provide education for over 7,929 students and will employ 1361 staff with a budget of £54m.

We work with schools of all different contexts and backgrounds including good and outstanding schools and we support schools in special measures. We recognise that each of our schools is unique and value their differences and the communities they represent.

The next stage of the journey for BDAT Is set out in our three year plan 2019 – 2022 “From Growth to Great” agreed by the Board in April 2019.

This plan sees a deliberate move for the Trust away from being driven by growth and numbers to focussing on being a great Trust and great employer. The three year strategy is underpinned by a one year annual delivery plan for 2019-20 setting out the plans and priorities for the coming year.

To view a copy of the plan click here From Growth to Great

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Great conversation with Paul Dickinson from Rest Bandit on how to Work Smart and Rest Smarter at the BDAT conference today. Definitely food for thought... #growthtogreat @WeAreBDAT @restbandit thank you

Thank you to Andy Sammons, author of The Compassionate Teacher, for coming to the BDAT conference today to remind us of the links between workload and wellbeing and how as leaders we can make a difference for our staff @andy_samm #growthtogreat

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Thank you to Katie Savage @EastMortonCEP and Katie Waring for telling us about our new innovation work stream and Director of Careers and Professional Development role - two great examples of how we want to invest and develop our staff talent #growthtogreat @WeAreBDAT

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