We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. Within this section of our website you will find the key documents which enable us to successfully operate as a multi-academy trust, and those that we are required to publish online. The Northern Education Trust includes a diverse range of schools across the North of England. We are always inclusive. We have set out below the structure of the Northern Education Trust’s governance arrangements and provided an overview of the constitution of the Trust and its relationship with local governing boards at our academies. This designation confers legal responsibility for financial and administrative matters. Primary. The trust is made up of 10 Primary academies and 11 Secondary which are located across our Northern, Central and Southern hubs. Staff are qualified at various levels based on the roles held. There are some key differences between the governance models for Academies and those of maintained schools. Further information on governance in multi-academy trusts can be downloaded from the GOV.UK website. The Education Funding Agency (EFA) in its Academies Financial Handbook (AFH) provides detailed guidance on the roles and expectations of Members, Trustees and Governors. The Central Finance Team is provided centrally to best advise and support Trustees, Academy Councils, Executive Team and Principals. Outcomes Focused, Child Centred call us The Trust has a number of layers of governance: Overall, Members usually have much more limited practical involvement in the management of the Trust than the trustees. Experience within the public, commercial and voluntary sectors. The Chief Executive is also designated as the Accounting Officer for the purposes of the Trusts Funding Agreement with the Education Funding Agreement. Northern Education Trust is a charitable company limited by guarantee, as such, the liability of the members is set at £10 in the Trust’s Articles of Association. As a Multi-Academy Trust, the Education Funding Agency (EFA) Funding Agreement and Academies Financial Handbook set out clearly the framework that must be followed reflecting the requirements as a company, charity and public body funded by public monies. ensure that the academy is being run effectively, develop their own partnerships and collaborations. The Trust has a number of layers of governance: 1) The Members who operate at a strategic level with ultimate control over the direction of … 3. We believe that local schools are for all children. Registered office address: Northern Education Trust, Thorp Academy, Main Road, Ryton, NE40 3AH, High Contrast | Website Privacy Statement | Cookies, Registered office address: Northern Education Trust, Thorp Academy, Main Road, Ryton, NE40 3AH. RT @TeachFirstNE: Find out how you & your school can access & benefit from a number of high-quality programmes run by Teach First NE:… https://t.co/HQ80XzuwyQ, Copyright © 2020 Northern Education Trust | Registered in England and Wales No: 07189647