Local Academy Board (LAB) Members
Ann Ward- Chair of Governors – Foundation Governor
Paul Charman- Vice Chair of Governors- Parent Governor
Chris Moss- Ex-Officio– Foundation Governor
Sarah Musgrave- Foundation Governor
Wendy Thompson- Co-opted by the Governing Body
John James-Parent Governor
Melissa Mooney-Parent Governor
Alex Surman- Parent Governor
Melanie Hughes– Parent Governor
Michael Burke– Co-opted by the Governing Body
Sian Cafferkey-Staff Governor
The Chair and Vice are elected annually. In accordance with the Board’s Instrument of Government all Governors serve a term of 4 years with the exception of Parent Governors who serve for 3 years.
The purpose of the Local Academy Board is to:
Provide strategic leadership to ensure every child gets the best possible education.
The 3 core strategic functions are:-
Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction;
Holding the Head to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils; and
Overseeing the financial performance of the school and making sure its money is well spent
The Local Academy Board is part of the leadership and management of the school and works by collective decision-making and shared power, not personal power and responsibility. Governors do not represent the individual interests of parents, staff or any particular group within the school or wider community.
Please follow the link below for details of committees and roles of responsibility within the LAB. All Governors have voting rights on their appropriate committee.
Relevant Business Interests of Governors- the current Governing Body includes a range of professionals from many fields of work. Their skills compliment one another and provide strength within the main Governing Body and in the committees. Any conflicts of interest are declared to the clerk along with pecuniary interests.
Please find below a Governor attendance and declarations of interest.
List of Governors and Declaration of Interest of Governors at Castlemorton CE Primary School 2018-2019 September