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Governor Information

Welcome to our Governors’ section.
Please find below details of how our Governing body is structured, including the names, categories, responsibilities and terms of appointment for each Governor.
We have also provided a Register of Governor Interests and an Annual Statement of Issues for your information.

Constitution

 

 

Nominating Authority

First Appointed

Term Start

Term End

Role

Chris Moodie

 

01/07/2023

01/07/2023

30/06/2027

 

Joanna Hall

 

01/07/2023

01/07/2023

30/06/2027

 

Alex Raynor

 

01/07/2023

01/07/2023

30/06/2027

Curriculum Development

Appraisal

Chair

Jennifer Kirkwood

 

22/12/2022

22/12/2022

21/12/2026

SEND/Pupil Premium

Attendance & Behaviour

Appraisal

Foundation Diocesan

Brian Little

 

02/11/2021

02/11/2021

01/11/2025

Safeguarding

Health & Safety

Finance

Christian Distinctiveness

Appraisal

Headteacher

Christine Turner

 

01/07/2023

01/07/2023

30/06/2027

 

Parent Governor

Lisa-Marie Evans

 

21/03/2021

21/03/2021

20/03/2025

 

Glenda Walker

 

07/12/2022

07/12/2022

06/12/2026

Assessment

GDPR & Compliance

 

Declaration of Business Interests:-

 

There is currently no Declaration of Business/Financial Interests.

Collecting and publishing governing board diversity data

 

Diversity is important and we want our trustees and our local governing committees to be increasingly reflective of the communities they serve. The Trust is in the process of working through GovernorHub’s facility to see if it is possible to collate Trustees’ and Local Governing Board members’ information. The return will be voluntarily, and they can opt out of sharing their information, including protected characteristics, at any given time including after publication. To ensure that individuals cannot be identified through the publication of data, anonymous data will only be published in an appropriate format based on the number of optional returns. The current legal advice is that the safest way to protect data subjects and special category data, meeting the UK GDPR standard, would be to publish information that does not amount to ‘personal’ because it is anonymous, and therefore data protection principles do not apply.

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