Our Vision & Aims



Immeasurably more than we can imagine – Ephesians 3:20  

As a Church of England education trust established by the Diocese of Norwich, our vision is rooted in the conviction that all children and young people in our academies can achieve their God-given potential.

St Benet’s Multi Academy Trust is a strong community; open and welcoming to those of all faiths and none.  Rooted in the life and teachings of Jesus, our schools are places of aspiration and hope.  In line with our vision, we are ambitious to see the pupils and adults in our schools flourish and achieve their full potential as individuals made in the image of God. High quality learning leads to strong academic achievement and personal growth, ensuring pupils and adults achieve more than they can imagine.


OUR AIMS for the Next 3 Years – 2023-2026

Creating high aspiration and achievement for all

  1. We will build on the strengths of our current schools to see further academic excellence and welcome a growing number of schools into the Trust as part of their school improvement journey.
  2. We will embed our vision that prioritises the development and wellbeing of the whole child and young person. The formation of their character and spiritual, moral, social and cultural development will enhance our focused pursuit of the best academic outcomes for every pupil.
  3. We will provide a high-quality education for all our pupils through a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum so that they can achieve immeasurably more than they can imagine.
  4. We will collaborate in building sustainable and caring communities in which all, including the most vulnerable, can flourish.​
  5. We will be recognised as an excellent employer that nurtures a highly motivated and engaged workforce who feel included, valued and invested in.
  6. We will manage financial and other resources effectively to improve outcomes for all.
  7. We will strengthen the position of our academies to be at the heart of the communities they serve.
  8. We will continue to ensure the highest quality of governance at all levels in the Trust where trustees, local governors and other non-executive leaders have the expertise to fulfil their functions effectively.