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Strategic Aims

Whilst our existing strategic aims were clear and captured the work that BDMAT is involved in directors agreed that some minor amendments were required which have been incorporated into this new strategic plan.

Strategic aim 1: Education is led by BDMAT’s vision and values, and for our Church of England schools these are embedded within a Christian ethos: Owner: Chief Executive Officer

Strategic aim 2: To work in partnership with parents and carers to promote pupils’ social, moral, spiritual, cultural and physical development within happy and caring environments: Owner: Chief School Effectiveness Officer

Strategic aim 3: Every school provides a broad and balanced curriculum that equips all pupils to thrive, achieve their goals, succeed in later life and contribute to a diverse society and respect the environment: Owner: Chief School Effectiveness Officer

Strategic aim 4: Pupils are provided with effective pastoral support and safeguarding arrangements meet all national and local requirements: Owner: Chief Executive Officer

Strategic aim 5: Our schools are at the heart of the communities that they serve, collaborating with the church, other schools, stakeholders and organisations in the area to best support their community: Owner: Chief Executive Officer

Strategic aim 6: Working in partnership with parents and carers we promote pupils’ intellectual development as evidenced through external and internal indicators that demonstrate the vast majority of pupils make good or better progress in our schools and as a result, attainment is high in all of our schools or improving rapidly: Owner: Chief School Effectiveness Officer

Strategic aim 7: All of our schools are graded ‘good’ or better by Ofsted or are improving quickly towards achieving ‘good’ at the next inspection: Owner: Chief School Effectiveness Officer

Strategic aim 8: The practice of staff is enhanced by high quality professional development and performance management systems: Owners: Chief School Effectiveness Officer & Chief Finance and Operations Officer

Strategic aim 9: The Trust has highly effective pastoral arrangements in place for staff who, as a result, feel supported and have good life / work balance and the Trust is recognised as a good employer for staff: Owner: Chief Executive Officer

Strategic aim 10: The Trust is sustainable, with secure finances allowing high quality services to underpin our work, ensuring staff in schools are able to concentrate on providing effective provision for their pupils: Owner: Chief Finance and Operations Officer

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