The Trustees are appointed on a three year, renewable basis in accordance with the Articles of Association. The members of the current Trust Board are listed below. They can be contacted via the NMPAT Office: 125 Kettering Road, Northampton, NN1 4AZ.
The company is governed by the Articles of Association and its charitable objects:
The latest set of audited accounts, including Trustees Annual Report, was prepared by accountants MacIntyre Hudson to cover the accounting period September 2019 to August 2020.
In 2018, NMPAT fell within scope for reporting of Gender Pay Gap. At that time, the figures for Gender pay gap reporting, prepared in accordance with the regulations were as follows:
Northamptonshire Music and Performing Arts Trust is a Company Limited by Guarantee (Company No.7738151) and a registered charity (Charity No. 1145643)
NMPAT would like to thank all of the organisations currently supporting the work of the Trust:
NMPAT and Rutland Music are members of the consortium of East Midlands Music Education Hubs which meet regularly as the East Midlands Music Mark Heads of Service and co-operate on collaborative projects where this is mutually beneficial. In particular there is a consortium wide approach to the delivery of the CME (Certificate of Music Educators).
The member organisations are:
Learn more by visiting the MEHEM website.
NMPAT is a member of Music Mark (The UK Association for Music Education). Music Mark was formed in 2013 out of the merger of the former Federation of Music Services (FMS) and the National Association of Music Educators (NAME).
Music Mark believes in the fundamental right of a first-class music education for all children and young people, in and out of their schools. We call upon key decision makers in central and local government and all who hold a stake in the strategic planning and operational delivery of music education to support us in continuing to raise the status and value of music in a broad and balanced education through:
Further information can be found at the Music Mark website.
"All children should have the opportunity to learn a musical instrument"