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The school governing body consists of eleven trustees. The members consists of five representatives from the PCC, SDBE and Kingsbury Green Academy. Since we are an academy school, the trustees are also known as directors. Governors are volunteers who serve the community without remuneration. If you would like to speak to the governors, please contact the academy.

FGB Meetings 2023-2024

All Full Governing Body Meetings will start at 6.30pm unless stated:

Thursday 27th September 2023

Thursday 7th December 2023

Thursday 8th February 2024

Thursday 25th April 2024

Thursday 27th June 2024

Tuesday 11th July 2024

Scheme of Delegation

Scheme of Delegation

Funding Agreements and Articles of Association

Funding Agreement, Memorandum and Articles of Association


Holy Trinity Statement of Accounts 2022-2023

Archived Accounts

Holy Trinity Statement of Accounts 2021-2022

Holy Trinity Statement of Accounts 2020-2021 Part 1

Holy Trinity Statement of Accounts 2020-2021 Part 2

Holy Trinity Statement of Accounts 2019-2020


The Role of Governors

The role of Governors is defined in law by the school governance regulations (2013). These regulations are summarised below:

The governing body provides non-executive leadership. In all matters, the ‘board of governors’ should operate at a strategic level, leaving the headteacher and senior school leaders responsible and accountable to it for the operational day-to-day running of the school.

The regulations define three core functions consistent with the strategic role of the board. These are to:

• set the vision and strategic direction of school;
• hold the headteacher to account for its educational performance; and
• ensure financial resources are well spent.

The board's role is to focus strongly on these core functions and avoid its time being consumed with issues of secondary importance. While a range of other issues may at times require the board’s attention, this should not be at the expense of its ability to oversee and drive up the overall educational and financial performance of the school.

Governors need a robust process and framework for setting priorities, creating accountability and monitoring progress. This is facilitated by a school development plan that sets out strategic targets and key performance indicators. The focus is on significant strategic challenges and opportunities for school improvement in line with the board’s core functions, avoiding unnecessary detail and peripheral issues.

To create robust accountability, governors need to ask challenging questions on the basis of robust objective data. Governors should not just rely on information provided by the headteacher. Rather, they scrutinise objective national data at least once a year; use visits to verify what they are told, and ensure the headteacher’s termly report provides appropriate and sufficiently detailed information.

The governing body is organised into three main committees: Finance and Premises, Curriculum and Pupil Welfare and Staffing. The governors publish an annual governance statement with the accounts to explain how it has fulfilled its responsibilities.

For further information relating to Governors, please go to:

Role of Governors

Meet The Governors

Mr Edward Sims

Foundation Governor
Health and Safety Governor

Mrs Michelle Hyde
Clerk to Governors

Mr Sam Pearce-Kearney
Co-opted Governor

Mrs Claire Eddols
Co-opted Governor

Chair of the Finance and Premises Committee

Mr Graham Shore

Mr Stephen Colby
Chair of the Governing Body
Foundation Governor

Mrs Marie Moment
Foundation Governor

Mr Timothy Robins
Parent Governor

Pupil Premium Champion

Miss Emily Pieroux

Vice Chair of Governors

Chair of Staffing Committee
Parent Governor

Sports Premium

Mrs Rebecca Caldecott
Non-teaching Governor

Mrs Rowena Wood
Foundation Governor
Chair of Curriculum & Pupil Welfare Committee

Mr David Conway
Foundation Governor
Safeguarding, Early Years and SEN.

Mr Joe Rumley
Teacher Governor

Meet The Governors
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