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What our colleagues say

We live by our vision of ‘Valuing people, Supporting Personal Best’, bringing this to life in everything we do. We are all part of a family that has high expectations and a strong moral compass.


Jenny Carr

Executive Principal and Headteacher, Royds Hall

We work as a collective group of professionals to achieve common goals. Watching new teachers and leaders become established in their roles gives me an immense sense of professional pride, as they help our pupils to achieve excellent outcomes.


Jack Wyatt

Associate Principal Shelley College

As Phase Leader, I am pleased to be able to support other teachers with passion and excitement to help them lay the foundations that mean pupils thrive throughout their educational journey. Being a part of the Share MAT family, means there is always a vast amount of knowledge, guidance and support available. The trust annual training day on the first day back really makes you feel like part of a team, with common goals to provide a unique learning journey for all children.


Ben Modeste

Phase Leader of Lower Key Stage 2, Luck Lane Primary School

The care and support that has been provided during my time with the trust has not only allowed me to help make a difference to young people’s lives but it has enabled me to excel in a fantastic career and in a role which is so fulfilling. It has been life changing!


Melanie Delaney-Hudson

Assistant Headteacher (SEND and Inclusion), Thornhill Community Academy

Alongside being part of the central trust team, I enjoy getting the chance to meet and work with other colleagues across the trust. I started as an apprentice and every year SHARE has helped me to progress further, supporting me with professional development in the form of external or internal training, ensuring that I am ready to progress onto the next level when the opportunity arises.


Kieran Miller-Walker

Finance Officer, SHARE Multi-Academy Trust

Since joining SHARE as an RQT, the trust has always supported me in my career, giving me ample opportunity to develop and demonstrate my skills, whether through official training courses such as the National Professional Qualification (NPQ) or by offering opportunities to deliver CPD and build leadership skills. 


My career progression at SHARE has been rapid thanks to the encouragement of leaders. With every role I have applied for, or training opportunity considered, leaders have always been approachable, supportive, and encouraged these conversations.


There are regular opportunities within the trust to try new things and gain experience in areas that interest us. I am really glad I joined Share MAT because the culture of recognition, support, and celebration gave me the confidence I needed to chase my career goals.


Lewis Day

Trust Improvement Leader (Personal Development); PSHE Leader; Teacher of English at Shelley College