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Multi Academy Trust


Annual Reports and Financial Statements

Multi Academy Trust Documents/Policies

Governance

Governance Structure

Scheme of Delegation Overview


Strategic Board Members

Start 

End

Attendance at 2017-2018

1.

Jo Rockall

Chair

01.09.2016

31.08.2020

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2.

Peter West

Trustee

15.06.2017

14.06.2021

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3.

Debbie Richards

Trustee

15.06.2017

14.06.2021

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4.

Bill Alexander

Trustee

11.11.2017

10.11.2021

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5.

Julia Shepard

Trustee

11.11.2017

10.11.2021

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6.

Pierre Spain

Trustee

22.11.2017

21.11.2021

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7.

Raminder Lall

Trustee

 

22.1.2017

21.11.2021

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Declaration/Register of Business Interest Statement
 

Trustee's Name & Position

Name of Business

Nature of Business

Nature of Interest

Date of Appointment or Acquisition

Date of Cessation of Interest

Jo Rockall

Chair

Herschel Grammar School

Education

Headteacher

01.09.2010

Ongoing

 

Haybrook College

Education

Vice-Chair

01.09.2016

Ongoing

Debbie Richards

Trustee

Beaconsfield Primary School

Education

Teacher

01.06.2017

Ongoing

 

Littledown Trust

Education

Governor

01.09.2017

Ongoing

Peter West

Trustee

Nil - no conflict of interest delcared

 

 

 

 

Bill Alexander

Trustee

Farnborough Central Man Committee

Estate Management

Director

01.09.2016

Ongoing

 

BAES Ltd

Education Consultancy

Director

01.08.2013

Ongoing

 

Fernhill School & Language College

School

Chair of Governors

01.09.2012

Ongoing

Julia Shepard

Trustee

HFL

Education

Trustee

 

Ongong

 

Haybrook College

Education

Consultant

01.12.2013

Ongoing

 

Artist in Residence

Art in Education

Projects

01.01.2014

Ongoing

 

TSI

Education

Husband - R Cummin

circa 2001

Ongoing

FOI Publication Scheme

Pen Portraits

 

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Jo Rockall

I have worked in education for 24 years, 12 of which have been in a senior leadership role.  Along with my role as Chair of the SASH Education Trust, I am also the Headteacher and Governor of Herschel Grammar School, Trustee of the Schelwood Trust, Trustee and Vice Chair of Governors at Haybrook College.

I have worked across a number of schools, both selective and non-selective. I was Acting Executive Headteacher of Wexham School while they recruited a substantive Headteacher. I have been very closely involved in setting up two free schools in Slough. 

In my free time I enjoy spending time with my family. I also enjoy reading, theatre, swimming and exercise classes.

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Peter West

Peter lives locally, was trained as a Chartered Accountant and is Managing Director of Tangent 90 Ltd a technology business  based in Slough.

He is passionate about  the standard of education in Slough schools and proud to have been associated with Ditton Park Academy from the start in 2014 as Chair of Finance.

Pierre Spain

Pierre Spain                               

Pierre has worked in the Airline business for 28 years as regional director and corporate director responsible for the running of operations in Europe, Middle East and Africa. Responsibilities included customer service standards and safety as well as a wide range of business units and budgets. 

Pierre was also chairman of the trustees for the company pension fund in addition to chairman of the board of directors for a private handling company at several airports in India. 

Pierre is an Irish national who has lived in the UK since 1996. 

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Raminder Lall

Raminder currently works for the John Lewis Partnership as a HR Employee Relations Manager. Prior to joining the John Lewis Partnership she worked in the airline industry for 23 years.

She initially joined as an apprentice on rotation to supply chain, marketing, press office and operational support before securing a role as a Buyer in the procurement team.  She developed a passion to join the HR team so commenced her CIPD qualification and moved into the role of HR Policy Specialist and later progressed to HR Policy Manager. She then moved across from HR into a large operational Line Manager role, managing cabin crew in the short haul division as the airline prepared itself for the new opening of Terminal 5 at Heathrow.  Raminder then returned to HR into a Business Partner role for the Operational Division.

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Nick Caulfield

Nick Caulfield - Principal - Ditton Park Academy

In 2017 Nick became the named Senior Executive Lead and helped form the SEL Group for the two schools within The SASH Education Trust as well as leading Ditton Park Academy to its first ‘Good’ Ofsted rating in all categories. He is also the Accounting Officer for the Trust.

 In addition to being a member of this board Nick is also a Trustee at Learning To Work and represents secondary education at the Heathrow Taskforce Group and will become a member with the NET Academies Trust in 2018. Nick is a driven individual that thrives on a challenge and believes school leadership and school to school support are essential in order for school improvement to occur with the sole purpose of ensuring better outcomes for children.

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Andrea Fricker

 

Andrea Fricker BA (Hons) NPQH is the Principal of Grove Academy. Her previous Headship was at Hermitage Primary school in Uxbridge which she led through a challenging period of change and improvements including the raising of standards and achievement, the expansion of the school and a complete rebuild and rebrand.

Andrea is passionate about children having real ownership of their learning and is looking forward to developing a curriculum and assessment system that crosses the barriers between primary and secondary. She is also keen to develop relationships with local businesses to ensure the Grove curriculum is embedded in relevant and real experiences.

Andrea has over 23 years of experience in teaching, including as an Assistant Headteacher at Castleview Primary School at the time it achieved its outstanding status. As an advanced skills teacher for three years she supported several schools in Slough, working closely with staff to raise standards in the teaching of English and Maths and to develop the use of interactive technologies.

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Bill Alexander

Bill has over 35 years’ service in the education sector, including 24 years in a variety of senior positions in schools, local authority and examination board. His experience includes Early Years to post 16.

As an Assistant Director for Raising Achievement, he unusually retained an advisory role for primary, secondary and special school across Slough LA. Bill has worked in and supported both high achieving and schools in challenging circumstances. Under his guidance the LA service was deemed to be good with outstanding features. 

He has also been a governor in a variety of schools – primary and secondary, and his services have been frequently called upon where governance issues had been identified as an issue. Bill was recruited as Chair of Governors to a local school to work with the new headteacher and senior team to support the school out of special measures. Bill’s significant contribution was recognised in the section 5 report, in turning around the governing body and providing the necessary challenge and support to the headteacher.  In addition, as a LA Assistant Director, he has had the unenviable task of calling governing bodies to account and on occasions successfully created Interim Executive Boards where required. He is adept at providing both challenge and support as the need arises.

Debbie Richards

Debbie Richards

Throughout my career I have sought opportunities to develop and utilise my professional expertise and to play an active part in educational developments.  My focus has primarily been within the field of Special Educational needs and I thrive on the diversity and challenge that this cohort of learners offer.  I have worked successfully in senior leadership positions in special schools for over twenty five year, of which nearly twelve years was as Headteacher of a large generic residential special school.

I have also served as a Governor in my local Infant school, and as Chair successfully supported a move to a Federated model between the Infant and local Junior school.   The federation is highly successful and both schools are judged as Outstanding.

I have recently returned to classroom teaching and work in a resource base within a mainstream primary school.  This experience means I am in a unique position of being able to understand the implications of school, local and national policy from three different perspectives.