DNEAT

Welcome

We are a successful, collaborative and enterprising trust with a proven track record of enabling schools to thrive.

DNEAT provides a safe haven for schools that want to preserve their Christian heritage, ethos and values and maintain their distinctive character.

The Christian vision and values that shape our culture and practice

Our passion and ambition is to see children in all our schools achieve excellent educational outcomes alongside developing and growing into their potential as individuals made in the image of God. Our culture is one of high aspiration rooted in our Christian values as demonstrated in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.  This shapes our ethos and culture whereby all working or volunteering within our academy trust should ‘walk and talk’ our Christian vision and values. A desire to see all truly flourish and to be inclusive organisations, welcoming those of all faiths and none, is at the heart of our approach.

Our Trust vision is based upon Proverbs 24: 3 – 24: 4 (ESV); By wisdom a house is built; and by understanding it is established:By knowledge the rooms are filledwith all precious and pleasant riches​.  We try to live all Christian values but have selected kindness, courage, community and wisdom as the key ones for our Trust. These are our guiding stars on our journey.

Our academies are large and small, rural and urban, and join us at different stages of their journey. We support them all.

We have developed support services that really work so our academies can focus on providing learning environments where all children and young people can flourish and succeed, whatever their background or beliefs.

Community – Courage – Kindness – Wisdom

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Our Values & Aims

We are collectively working to provide the best we can for the children, young people and communities we serve. We make no apologies for having high ambition for all, and we truly value the wider educational experience.

The Christian vision and values that shape our culture and practice

Our passion and ambition is to see children in all our schools achieve excellent educational outcomes alongside developing and growing into their potential as individuals made in the image of God. Our culture is one of high aspiration rooted in our Christian values as demonstrated in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.  This shapes our ethos and culture whereby all working or volunteering within our academy trust should ‘walk and talk’ our Christian vision and values. A desire to see all truly flourish and to be inclusive organisations, welcoming those of all faiths and none, is at the heart of our approach.

Our Trust vision is based upon Proverbs 24: 3 – 24: 4 (ESV); By wisdom a house is built; and by understanding it is established:By knowledge the rooms are filledwith all precious and pleasant riches​.  We try to live all Christian values but have selected kindness, courage, community and wisdom as the key ones for our Trust. These are our guiding stars on our journey.

We walk and talk our Christian values. That means we put people at the centre of the organisation and want to see them flourish and grow. Our schools are inclusive, welcoming those of all faiths and none.

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Our Values & Aims

"Your staff, leaders, governors and the Trust work effectively as a team, supporting each other well." Ofsted


“The Trust has ensured that it has utilised central staff to provide support to improve leaders’ skills and develop the quality of teaching, learning and assessment. Support from the MAT has been pivotal in the school’s improvement.”

Ofsted, Church of England Primary Academy

“High quality training and the sharing of good practice, often from DNEAT, has enhanced leaders and teachers’ knowledge. This is improving the quality of teaching, learning and assessment and the progress pupils make across the curriculum.”

Ofsted, Weasenham Church of England Primary Academy


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Orchard House, Hall Lane, East Tuddenham, Norfolk, NR20 3LR

The Diocese of Norwich Education Services company are looking for a Finance Administrator to support our schools.

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Before and After School

Before School & After School Club Assistant ~ Colkirk Church of England Primary Academy

Diocese of Norwich Education and Academies Trust

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Colkirk Church of England Primary Academy, School Rd, Colkirk, Fakenham NR21 7NW

Trust:  DNEAT Academy Name:  Colkirk Church of England Primary Academy  part of the Unity Federation.

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Tacolneston Church of England Primary Academy, Norwich Rd, Tacolneston, Norwich NR16 1AL

Trust: St Benet’s MAT Academy Name: Tacolneston and Morley Primary Federation Vacancy Job Title: Administrative Assistant Pay Scale:  Scale C Point 3 – 4 (pending experience) Annual Value: £22,737 - £23,114 full time equivalent Pro-Rata Value: £12,369 - £12,574 pro rata per annum Full Time/Part Time: Part time Contract type: Permanent Hours per week:  23.

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