Birmingham Diocesan Multi-Academy Trust is a West Midlands based multi-academy trust committed to providing high quality education for all the children in our schools through collaboration, challenge and targeted support.

We are guided by our Christian mission and aim to ensure that our pupils and staff enjoy ‘life in its fullness’ (John 10:10). Our purpose of ensuring high quality education is delivered through shared best practice across our family of schools combined with support from our central team, set within a Christian ethos.


Life in all its fullness

How can we prepare you for the fullness of life? We start with the most important thing. You. Then we add Hope, Honesty, Integrity, Helpfulness, Respect, Dignity and Wisdom.
But its where it gets you that matters.
And who you get there with.

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