Welcome to Sirius Academy Multi Academy Trust

We are two Academies; Sirius Academy West and Sirius Academy North, working along with Blue Print Alliance Teaching School, all based in Kingston upon Hull.

As the world changes, education is changing. Now, more than ever our children need an excellent education. At Sirius Academy Multi Academy Trust we believe that all children should have access to the very best education.

School improvement is our clear focus ensuring that all of the children achieve the best possible outcomes in all areas of Academy life. Our schools share a climate of high expectation and high aspiration for each pupil

Our Teaching School supports schools through collaboration, inspires innovation, creativity, sustainability, long-term success and aspiration for life.

We want to help you become even better. Working in partnership together, we can free resources, reduce administration, invest in people, connect our learning communities, building system capacity, and respect individuality…

Together we can make a difference.

Aims

  • Our Trust aims for all its schools to become outstanding schools under the OFSTED definition of the day
  • Our Trust aims to improve the achievement and life chances for all young people in its Academies
  • Our Trust aims to have a positive impact on the communities that are served by its Academies, raising expectations, aspirations, achievement and providing Value Added for these communities.
  • Our Trust aims to provide a sustainable experience for all.
  • Our Trust aims to increase its influence in local area and nationally.

Dr Cathy Taylor
Executive Principal


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Academy and Free School: Master Funding Agreement

Sirius Academy
Sirius Academy North

Sirius Academy – Annual Report and Financial Statements year ending 31st August 2016

To maximise transparency and openness academy trusts are required to publish their accounts in full on their website each year. Academy trusts are legally required to produce annual audited accounts. The funding agreement in place with the Department for Education requires academy trusts to prepare the accounts in a form and manner directed by the Secretary of State.

Academy trusts are charitable companies and are subject to a range of statutory and regulatory requirements. Academy trusts must follow a hierarchy of rules and documents in relation to the preparation of accounts. The Companies Act 2006 sets out the statutory requirement to produce accounts that are true and fair, and to have them audited. UK accounting standards convert the Companies Act's requirements into detailed accounting rules. The Charity Commission's Statement of Recommended Practice (SORP) translates these rules into a form relevant to the charities sector.

Link to download Annual Report and Financial Statement year ending 31st August 2016.