As Chair of Governors at Chiltern Academy I would like to welcome you to the governance section of the website which provides a summary of essential information, our values and key aspects of our practice.
I have been proud to to have been associate with schools within the Chiltern Learning Trust for twenty years, having worked at Denbigh High School as Associate Principal until 2007. It was at that time I first worked with Mr Douglas as we put together the bid for Sports College status. Since then, Mr Douglas and colleagues built the College into a beacon of excellence and I was excited to be reunited with him as Chiltern Academy came into being a couple of years ago.
Since then, the Academy has made an excellent start and been praised by both OfSTED and the DfE for the high standard of education that has been established. We were delighted to move into the outstanding facilities provided by our new building in 2019 - but fundamentally a school is about talented individuals, not just bricks and mortar. I am therefore so pleased when I visit the school and see a staff of committed and highly trained professionals - from the welcome at reception to the passion with which dedicated leadership team talk about their work.
As Chair of Governors it is my job to lead a team of local people each of whom has a specific area of expertise, united by their desire to see our school thrive and succeed.
I welcome your visit to the school and hope that you will be inspired to further support the Academy to “inspire minds and build futures.”
Chiltern Academy- Local Governing Body
The Chiltern Learning Trust Board delegates various agreed functions to the members of our Local Governing Body, who meet at certain times throughout the year to provide guidance and assess and monitor progress.
We are very fortunate to have wide range of skills and expertise within our local governing body and a group of people who are passionate about serving their community and obtaining the absolute best for every child.
Our governors provide an exceptional level of challenge and support to our school on a voluntary basis with the sole ambition of raising standards and achievement.
The role of the Local Governing Body is to:
implement and administer the Trust’s policies at local level and report termly to the Board of Trustees
monitor and be accountable for the performance and standards of the school to Ofsted
govern exclusions in accordance with appropriate regulations
consider budget monitoring information and proposals
act as a critical friend to the Headteacher
represent the views of the community
Link Governor Roles
|Graham Powell (Safeguarding)||Julia Spence (Assistant Headteacher)|
|Paul Hammond (Achievement)||Umara Qureshi (Assistant Headteacher)|
|Rehna Saeed & Chloe Logan (TLA)||Amy Sutton (Assistant Headteacher)|
|Sammia Bano (SEND)||Nicole Isles (SENDCo)|
|Rochelle White (Behaviour)||Julia Spence (Assistant Headteacher)|
|Mark Lynch (Specialism & community)||Carl Belle (Assistant Headteacher)|
Click here for the attendance record at governing board meetings 2019-20
Chair of Governors
Name: Mr Paul Hammond