More than half of established multi-academy trusts fell “significantly below” the average for pupil progress, with a host of the country’s largest trusts among the worst performers at secondary level.
The government has today published its multi-academy trust (MAT) performance league tables, based on 2016 exam results.
The analysis is based on key stage 2 and key stage 4 exam results, and only includes trusts running at least three schools and which have been established for three or more years.
The results of special and alternative provision schools in trusts are not included in the figures.
The release follows the first MAT league tables, based on 2015 performance, published last year.
Schools Week has pulled out the top findings. (And do make sure to read to number 6 – that’s the one that made us say ‘wow’).
Source – http://schoolsweek.co.uk/mat-league-table-2016-over-half-of-trusts-significantly-below-average-and-5-other-findings/
Best performers at Key Stage 4:
City of London Corporation
Diocese of London
Diocese of Westminster Academy Trust
Best performers at Key Stage 2:
The Central Learning Partnership Trust
Tudhoe Learning Trust
Worst performers at Key Stage 4 (in alphabetical order):
Academies Enterprise Trust (AET)
CfBT Education Trust
Greenwood Academies Trust
Learning Schools Trust
Ormiston Academies Trust
The Midland Academies Trust
Woodard Academies Trust
Worst performers at Key Stage 2:
Blyth Quays Trust
Ninestiles Academy Trust
The Education Fellowship Trust
Schools Week – http://schoolsweek.co.uk/mat-league-table-2016-over-half-of-trusts-significantly-below-average-and-5-other-findings/