Every multi-academy trust (MAT) wants to provide an exceptional learning community, with students achieving their full potential and staff who are fulfilled.
And yet, although the desire to achieve this vision is shared among all MATs, their success at achieving it varies.
To improve consistency at achieving success, MATs need to develop a solid performance culture across their schools. But what does a good performance culture look like and how can it be nurtured in a loose structure of schools that are often many miles apart?
We ran a workshop on this subject at Capita SIMS’ annual MAT conference and asked academy group leaders for their advice, views and ideas.
This is what they told us.