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How are Multi- Academy Trusts doing?

How are Multi- Academy Trusts doing?

This release presents performance measures for multi-academy trusts (MATs) with at least three schools
with results in the academic year 2016-17 that had been with the MAT for at least three years. The MAT
performance measures mirror those in the school performance tables.
The primary progress measures and Progress 8 are relative measures that compare the performance of
pupils in each school, MAT or sponsor to other pupils with similar prior attainment. The national average
(for state-funded mainstream schools) is close to zero, so a score close to zero means pupils at the school
or MAT do about as well as other pupils nationally with similar starting points. For MATs or sponsors with
secondary schools, EBacc entry and attainment are also reported. All MAT performance measures are
reported for disadvantaged pupils.
Explanations for MAT performance can be complex, including their mix of school types as some
incorporate free schools, studio schools and university technical colleges. More details can be found in the
quality and methodology document accompanying this release.

Read the detail.

 

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