The Kickstart Academy is overseen by a board of governors/trustees. There are three core functions performed by the governing body:
- Setting the strategic direction of the Academy
- Holding the senior members of staff to account
- Ensuring financial probity
Also, academy trusts are charitable companies and the trustees are company directors; therefore they must ensure the Academy complies with both charity and company law requirements. This is largely the same as those of a governor of a maintained school, such as regularly attending meetings, managing conflicts of interest, seeking advice from the senior managers and ensuring appropriate procedures are in place for reporting financial information.
The Board is supported by the Clerk. The role of the Clerk is to provide advice on governance, constitutional and procedural matters; provide effective administrative support to the Board and its committees; and manage information effectively in accordance with legal requirements.
The Board meets at least on a termly basis. Minutes and reports from these meetings are available on request from the Clerk.
For information about the Kickstart Academy Board, contact Stephanie Morley, Clerk to the Kickstart Academy – 01952 642294 / email@example.com
- Kickstart governors register of interests – June 2020 update
- Kickstart Calendar 19-20
- Kickstart Academy Ofsted report
- Kickstart – List of Governors
- Kickstart governors register of interests 16-17
- Kickstart governors register of interests 17-18 (181218)
- Kickstart governors register of interests – as of 22/11/2019
- Kickstart Academy Signed Accounts 16-17
- Kickstart Academy Signed Accounts 17-18
- Kickstart Code of Conduct 2019
- Kickstart General Scheme of delegation APPROVED 190319
- Kickstart Financial scheme of delegation APPROVED 190319
- Kickstart Articles of Association
- Kickstart Finance & Audit TOR
- Kickstart 2018/19 Signed Accounts
It’s an official requirement for schools/academies to report governor attendance on an ongoing basis.
Governors’ attendance 2020/21
Governors’ attendance 2019/20