In order to provide the strongest support for our academies, Veritas Multi Academy Trust recognises the deep importance of forming strong partnerships.
Veritas Multi Academy Trust is partnered with the Kent MAT Alliance, a group of 9 Multi Academy Trusts and a Teaching School with 38 primary schools across Kent. We are a like-minded collective of CEOs who strongly believe we are ‘better together’; working collaboratively to improve the educational outcomes of all the children in our care. Formed within the Kent MAT Alliance is a Business Management forum where our colleagues responsible for the operational delivery of elements such as finance, HR and IT also work closely together to share best practice, ideas and the development of systems to improve the organisational framework of our respective MATs.
Our work with the Kent MAT Alliance includes a number of initiatives with a direct impact on improving our individual and shared outcomes such as the sharing of resources, peer to peer thematic reviews and training. We are pleased to have the support of our Regional School Commissioner’s Office and are proud to be part of a collaborative partnership that is directly improving the MAT landscape in Kent and driving improvement in the education and opportunities of pupils in our schools.
Veritas Multi Academy Trust is partnered with Canterbury Christ Church University. Our partnership involves student placements, leading training and research opportunities for academy staff. Veritas Multi Academy Trust also worked with the university to present a teach meet for teachers, hosted at the Hall Place campus in Canterbury.
We are partnered with the Chartered College of Teaching. The Chartered College of Teaching is a professional body for the teaching profession and promote educational research and evidence-informed practice to inform teaching and learning. The CEO of Veritas MAT is the Chair of the Canterbury Christ Church University Regional Hub for the Chartered College of Teaching, is a founding fellow of the CCT and runs the Journal Club, a research focussed discussion forum for teachers.
We are partnered with the Teaching Schools Council and the Department of Education with the CEO being a National Leader of Education. The accreditation recognises the established level of system leaders support provided by the CEO who has sup pored in a range of schools.
Through our Trust Business Manager, we are partnered with the National Association for School Business Management. NASBM's mission is to support and develop a fit-for-purpose professional workforce equipped to effectively manage diverse school operations.