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.

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.


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.

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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Teaching Assistants

Teaching Assistant (DNEAT)


St Peter's CE Primary Academy

St Peter’s CofE Primary Academy, part of the Trinity Federation of Church AcademiesMarlingford Road, Easton, Norwich, NR9 5AD01603 880553officeeaston@trinity.


Open Academy

As we expand our pastoral support provision in the Academy we are looking for non-teaching staff to take on the role of Assistant Head of Year.


Headteachers, Teachers

Deputy Headteacher – Archbishop Sancroft CofE High School

Archbishop Sancroft High School (part of St Benet's MAT)

Wilderness Lane, Harleston, Norfolk IP20 9DD

Internal Advert – this post is restricted to current employees of St Benet’s and DNEAT Multi Academy Trusts Deputy Headteacher – Archbishop Sancroft Church of England High School Salary scale:    L13-L17NoR:                391 (May 2019)DfE No:            926/4602   The position being advertisedThe successful applicant will start their role in September 2020 as Deputy Headteacher of Archbishop Sancroft High School, reporting directly to the Headteacher.


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