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Trust Governance Area

Welcome to the Governance Area


The information below provides details of our Governance structure, Scheme of Delegation and the names, categories, responsibilities, interests and terms of office for each Member, Trustee and Governor.

Governance Structure
(September 2019)

 

Members

 

Mrs G Garfoot

Mrs S Bond

 

Trustees

 

Mrs S Walker - Chair Trustees

Mrs B Roberts

Mrs C Kirk 

Mrs Hannah Wells

Mrs Anna Leng

Mrs S Wilson (Executive Headteacher)

Mr J Wainwright

Mr L Wallhead

 

 

Castle Wood Academy

Local Governing Body

Mercer's Wood Academy

Local Governing Body

White's Wood Academy

Local Governing Body

Mrs C Kirk
(Chair)

Mr L Wallhead 

(Chair)

Mrs A Leng

(Chair)

Mrs H Wells 

(Trustee)

 

Mrs B Roberts

(Trustee)

Mr G Brown 

(Head of School)

Mr K Ola
(Head of School)

Mr C Fitzpatrick

(Head of School)

Mrs L Crawford

(Parent Governor)

Miss J Richardson 

Staff Governor

Mrs K Doran

(Non-Teaching Staff)

Miss M Ryan

Staff Governor

Mrs C Taylor

Staff Governor

Mr S Walker 

Staff Governor

Mrs H Anderson 

(Parent Governor)

Mr K Duke 

Community Governor

Mrs V Levick

(Parent)

 

Mr J Keen 

(Community Governor)

Mrs L Randall

(Parent Govenor)

 

Mrs K Regan 

(Parent Governor)

Mrs L Duggin

(Community Governor)

   

PC K Burnett

(Community Governor)

 

 

Mrs C Hobday 

(Parent Governor)

 

Clerk to the Board: Mrs J Comins

Company Secretary: Mr L Rees, Langleys Solicitors LLP

Most recent Minutes

Accounting Officer: Mrs S Wilson

 

Chief Finance Officer: Mrs S Keen

 

Company Secretary: Langleys Solicitors LLP

 

Contacting members of the Board of Directors or Local Governing Bodies

 

All enquiries or initial contact with Directors or Governors should be through the Clerk to the Board, Mrs J Comins, c/o Castle Wood Academy, The Avenue, Gainsborough, DN21 1EH

 

Further information:

 

Please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Comins if you are interested in becoming a Governor or wish to learn more about the role of Governors. Alternatively, visit the National Governor Association website: http://www.nga.org.uk.

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