Walnut Tree, Milton Keynes was the founding member of MKET. It is a large 11-19 secondary school with a fully comprehensive intake. In November 2016, Walton High opened a second campus, nearby at Brooklands, under Milton Keynes Council’s Expanding the Best programme. By 2022 Walton High will grow to be one of the largest schools in the country with 3,000 students over two campuses.
Coffee Hall, Milton Keynes was the second school to join MKET in January 2013. New Chapter Primary School was sponsored by the Trust in response to a request from the Local Authority. New Chapter is a primary school with about 300 children in Reception through to Year 6 and serves one of the most deprived areas in Milton Keynes.
Walnut Tree, Milton Keynes joined the Trust in April 2013 and is a large junior school with children in Year 3 to Year 6. Much of the school’s intake transfers from Kents Hills School which is also part of MKET.
Kents Hill, Milton Keynes joined the Trust in September 2014. It is now a one form entry infant school, with a nursery. Kents Hill School benefits significantly from being part of a larger partnership of schools.