Milton Keynes Education Trust (MKET) was the first multi-academy trust established in Milton Keynes (2011). Our aim is to improve education provision by creating and developing a mutually beneficial partnership between local schools.
We are committed to securing social justice through high quality education that promotes inclusion and embraces diversity. The Trust enhances and enriches the lives of children and young people by enabling them to make the most of outstanding learning opportunities within and beyond the curriculum; instilling an appreciation that there are no limits to what they can achieve and developing the attributes needed to successfully shape and respond to the future.
In this way we bring out the very best in our children and young people.
Milton Keynes is a rapidly growing city and we have ambitions to grow too. Our vision is that MKET builds on its achievements to become the leading educational trust in Milton Keynes.
There are currently four schools in the Trust: An infant school with nursery provision; a junior school; a primary school and a secondary school. Over 2,700 children and young people are educated in the Trust’s schools which will grow to 4,000 when Walton High’s second campus at Brooklands reaches its capacity in 2022.
In 2018 MKET will open Daubeney Gate, a primary alternative provision free school.