With Daubeney Academy becoming a member of the CMAT family our Governing Body has changed and the new Local Governing Body (LGB) now consists of 10 members (one vacancy), each with an area of responsibility.
Governors, their Areas of Responsibility and appointment dates:
Geof Cole - Chair and Safeguarding Governor (date appointed 01/09/16)
Jeremy Chopping - Curriculum & Standards (date appointed 01/09/16)
Ken Devenson - Finance (date appointed 01/09/16)
Chris English - IT & Communications (date appointed 01/09/16)
Carl Meader - Community & School Liaison (date appointed 01/09/16)
Dave Watson - Site & Resources (date appointed 01/09/16)
*Claire Symes - Behaviour & Safeguarding (date appointed 02/07/15)
*Sarah Copperwheat - Parent/Carer & Pupil Liaison (date appointed 01/12/16)
Sue Brown- Staff Liaison (date appointed 01/09/16)
Steven Miles - Headteacher (date appointed 01/09/16)
Rebecca Silliker - Clerk to Governors (not a Governor)
*Elected by parents
All governors are required to sign a declaration of pecuniary or other interests annually and also to declare any relevant interests at each meeting. Jeremy Chopping declared his daughter works for the school, David Watson declared his employment by CMAT, and Carl Meader declared his interest as a governor of Springfield Lower School and Mayor of Kempston. There were no other interests declared by governors.
Minutes of meetings will be posted when approved and signed off by the Chair (this usually takes place at the next meeting). Attendance of meetings is kept as rolling log on each set of minutes.
For Minutes of Meeting held 8th February 2017 please click here.
For Minutes of Meeting held 12th December 2016 please click here.
For Minutes of Meeting held 12th September 2016 please click here.
As a stand alone academy:
Please click here for Daubeney Academy's Governors Report and Financial Statements Year Ending August 2016.
Please click here for Daubeney Academy's Governors Report and Financial Statements Year Ending August 2015.
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