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Local Academy Committee

Welcome to the section of the website where you can find out more about our school Local Academy Commitee, and the work that we do.

The role of the Local Academy Committee

Holy Trinity CE Primary School is run by the Executive Headteacher and his team of staff. The Local Academy Committee oversees the effectiveness of the school and together with the Executive Headteacher provides strategic direction for the work and improvement of the school. It also supports, monitors, and evaluates the effectiveness of the school and monitors the budget. Finally it holds the school to account for the standards achieved and the quality of education.

The Local Academy Committee is accountable to the LDBS Academies Trust

The Local Academy Committee Scheme of Delegation can be found here.

What is a Governor of the Local Academy Committee

For more information about the role of the Governors please read the Academy Trust Governors Job Description

Membership and Structure

The Local Academy Committee comprises of Ten Governors, bringing together the key institutions that have an interest in the school. Our Governors have a range of skills and interests and the membership includes a Headteacher, a School Buiness Manager, an Accountant.

Name and Term of Office

Appointed by

 Responsibility

Declaration of interest 

Simon Knowles

Executive Headteacher                     

LDBS Academy Trust

Executive Headteacher of

Holy Trinity N17, St Michaels N22 and St Ann's N15 

None

Rebecca Cooke

Head of School

LDBS Academy Trust

Operations of school life, implementation of School Improvement and school ethos

None 

Rev'd Fr Bunmi Fagbemi
Vicar of Holy Trinity Church              

 LDBS Academy Trust

  • Religious Education
  • Collective worship

None

Four Governors are appointed by the LDBS Academy Trust.  

Madeleine du Vivier

(July 2015- 07/07/2023)

 

LDBS Academy Trust  

  • Chair of Committee
  • Strategic Leadership, Safeguarding
  • Online Safety
  • Maths 

 None

Debra Griffth

(24/03/17 - 25/03/2021)

LDBS Academy Trust  

  • Early Years
  • Finance and Admin

None

Akindeji Akintola

(24/03/17 - 25/03/2021)

LDBS Academy Trust  

  • History & Geography
  • Governors Training 

None

Martha Braithwaite

(24/03/17 - 25/03/2021)

 

LDBS Academy Trust  

  • English
  • Child Protection

None

Two Governors are nominated by parents at the school.  

Jenette Charles 

(16/10/2017 - 16/10/2021)

LDBS Academy Trust

  • Vice Chair of Committee
  • STEM
  • Computing
  • Inclusion 

None

Michelle Tucker

(01/07/2019 - 01/07/2023)

LDBS Academy Trust

  • Art & Music
  • Attendance
  • Behaviour

 None

One Governor is nominated by the school staff.  

 Alice Parker 

(24/04/2017 -  25/04/2021

LDBS Academy Trust

  • PE & PHSE
  • Health & Safety, First Aid and Medication 

None

 Also members of the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) attend all meetings as advisors.

Jayne Reeve

 

Executive Business Manager

None

Elliott Bergin

 

School Business Manager 

None

To see who our committee are please have a look at the Photoboard

Dates and Minutes of Meeting 2019-20

Monday 16th SeptemberMonday 14th October, Monday 11th November. Monday 9th December, Monday 20th January, Monday 2nd March, Monday 30th March, Monday 27th April, Monday 8th June, Monday 29th June

Dates and Minutes of Meetings 2018-19

Monday 17th  September, Monday 15th October, Monday 12th November, Monday 10th DecemberMonday 21st January, Monday 4th March, Monday 1st April, Monday 29th April, Monday 20th May, Monday 1st July

Dates and Minutes of Meetings 2017 - 2018

Monday 18th September, Monday 16th October, Monday 13th November, Monday 11th December 2017, Monday 22nd January, Monday 19th March 2018, Monday 21st May 2018, Monday 2nd July 2018


Register of Attendance

Holy Trinity LAC Attendance 2016-17.pdf

Holy Trinity LAC Attendance 2017-18

Holy Trinity LAC Attendance 2018-19

The Local Academy Committee typically meets once a month to make strategic decisions on behalf of the school. These are made in light of a series of documents that every school uses.

  • The Self Evaluation and Imporvement Plan (SEIP) evaluates the strength of each part of the operation of the school and then plans on where to focus the management resources to improve the school in future. This meshes closely the school evaluation and then planned improvement specific actions the school intends to take and explains how we will measure our progress

  • The School Dashboard contains all the Assessment information on the school. It is a very detailed document with the raw information cut and sliced to provide evidence of the achievement and progress of each child in the previous year and how the school is doing in comparison to other schools in the country. This helps us to plan more effectively for the children who are still in the school.