Statutory Documents


The Trustees Report and Audited Accounts represent the annual report of the Trustees and the detailed financial statements for the relevant financial year (September to August) The latest version (Year Ended 31 August 2019) was approved by the Trust Board in December 2019.


AMAT Annual Report & Accounts 2019

AMAT Annual Report & Accounts 2018

AMAT Annual Report & Accounts 2017

AMAT Annual Report & Accounts 2016

AMAT Annual Report & Accounts 2015


The Scheme of Delegation and Committee Terms of Reference outline the operational authority delegated by the Trust’s Board of Directors to the Chief Executive and to Committees of the Board. The Trust’s Register of Business Interests contains information provided by Directors, Members and senior management regarding any business and pecuniary interests they have outside of the Trust, in the interests of transparency.

Register of Business Interests 2019 - 20

Trustees List and Meeting Attendance 2019

Scheme of Delegation 2019-20

Terms of Reference - Trust Board of Directors

Terms of Reference - Finance & Audit Committee

Terms of Reference - Local Governing Bodies

Terms of Reference - Ethos Committee

Code of Conduct for Trustees 2019


The Memorandum of Association relates to the establishment of the Trust under Company Law and the Articles of Association set out how it is operated and governed. The Master Funding Agreement is effectively the contract between the Department for Education and the Trust. 

AMAT Memorandum

Articles of Association - Acorn Multi Academy Trust

Master Funding Agreement

Supplemental Funding Agreement - Axminster Community Primary Achool

Supplemental Funding Agreement - Loders CofE VC Primary School

Supplemental Funding Agreement - Marshwood CofE Primary School

Supplemental Funding Agreement - Membury Community Primary School

Supplemental Funding Agreement - Mrs Ethelston's CofE Primary School

Supplemental Funding Agreement - St Andrew's CofE Primary School

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