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Trusts

The admission arrangements for trusts within Staffordshire are shown below. These are only applicable for voluntary aided, foundation schools and academies.

Please note: If the arrangements for a particular trust are not detailed, this is because the trust has not sent a copy to the local authority and you should therefore contact the trust directly.

Children First Learning Partnership

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Children First Learning Partnership

Future Generation Trust

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Future Generation Trust

Manor Multi Academy Trust

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Manor Multi Academy Trust

Mercia Primary Academy Trust

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Mercia Primary Academy Trust

Mid Trent MAT

Description
Member of the Mid Trent MAT.

Penk Valley Trust

Description
Member of the Penk Valley Trust.

Staffordshire University Academy Trust

Description
Staffordshire University Academy Trust.

The Praxis Trust

Description
Member of the Mid Trent MAT.

United Endeavour Trust

Description
Member of the United Endeavour Trust.
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