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Forming a multi-academy trust (MAT)

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Last updated on 5 July 2017
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How can schools form a multi-academy trust (MAT)? This article looks at forming a MAT as a standalone academy and at converting to academy status as a group of schools. It also contains advice from one of our experts on issues for schools to consider before creating a MAT.

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  1. 1 Standalone academies
  2. 2 Converting to academy status
  3. 3 Strategic development plans
  4. 4 Size
  5. 5 Issues to consider: expert advice
  6. 6 Case study

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