Each year the Department for Education (DfE) publish performance measures for multi-academy trusts (MATs). For the period 2018/19, we were positioned 39th (out of 59) for medium to large sized MAT performance across the country, based on Progress 8 data – which measures a student’s progress from key stage 2 to 4.

Please note, due to the coronavirus pandemic, schools in England are not required to publish their exam and assessment results from the 2019/20 academic year as these have not been released as performance measures by the Secretary of State. Therefore, the performance measures below are not current.

RankTrustNumber of secondary academiesNumber of students in key stage 4 cohortProgress 8 score
1Star Academies1010200.74
2Dixons Academies Charitable Trust57770.72
3Diocese of London813270.6
4The Gorse Academies Trust46880.59
5Harris Federation2031350.39
6The Diocese of Westminster Academy Trust610510.38
7The Rosedale Hewens Academy Trust41910.35
8The Cam Academy Trust47050.33
9The Thinking Schools Academy Trust44930.32
10Delta Academies Trust1315350.3
39Diverse Academies Trust71091-0.14
50Academies Enterprise Trust (AET)253651-0.33
51Greenwood Academies Trust81453-0.34
52Woodard Academies Trust5831-0.36
53Community Academies Trust5753-0.44
54The Kemnal Academies Trust142035-0.46
55The Heath Family (North West)4585-0.56
56Activate Learning Education Trust4365-0.57
57University of Chester Academies Trust4383-0.58
58The Midland Academies Trust4566-0.61
59David Meller6791-0.67

Notes: DfE data is based on MATs with 4 or more academies who have been in the trust for at least 3 years. The DfE includes the National Church of England Academy Trust (NCEAT) under the listed name ‘Diverse Academies Trust’. NCEAT was in a formal partnership with Diverse Academies – under the name of Diverse Academies Learning Partnership – up until 31 December 2019.

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