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          ST。玛丽的menston科学院理事会

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          St. Mary's Menston, a Catholic Voluntary Academy was founded by and is part of the Catholic Church.

          “Governors are jointly responsible for the conduct of the school, ensuring that the best possible Catholic education is provided for the pupils attending the school. This means ensuring the school is run according to its Articles of Association and the Diocesan Trust Deed, that its religious character is preserved and developed, and that pupils obtain high standards of academic achievement.”
          — Diocese of Leeds Office for Education and Schools

          The Academy Council at St. Mary’s currently comprises 12 members, including the Headteacher, foundation, staff and parent councillors. The 科学院理事会 meets six times a year and the admissions committee meets annually.

          The Headteacher provides the 科学院理事会 with regular updates concerning Progress towards Whole School targets, which are linked to the School Development Plan.

          The 科学院理事会s of The Bishop Wheeler Catholic Academy Trust schools work closely with the Trust Board, through Mr Beardsley, Trust Interim Chief Executive Officer and Mr Nightingale, Trust Chief Operating Officer to ensure good communication, maintain high standards of teaching and learning, and ensure implementation of statutory requirements and good financial management.


          Supporting the School

          Pupil Development Fund: Changing Lives, Making a Difference

          We are an Outstanding 11-18 school serving 1,250 students in our local community and we are determined to provide the highest quality education and the broadest range of opportunities to all of our students, whatever their family circumstances.  However, due to increasing funding constraints, the school is no longer able to pay for the voluntary extras where families are unable to do so.  

          To enable the school to provide enrichment opportunities for all of our students, we have established a Pupil Development Fund.  This fund will support students, from families who are ‘just about managing’, to be able to participate in the opportunities available at our school and to fully achieve their potential. 

          Pupil Development Fund Booklet

          Pupil Development Fund Booklet

          Please view this link Pupil Development Fund Booklet (PDF) to see the booklet we have sent out to the community: local businesses and friends of the school, showing the type of support that the Pupil Development Fund will provide, the positive impact that these activities have on our students and how donations will help.

          We would be very pleased to make contact with anyone in the local community who can help to support us in developing this fund. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like any further information or to discuss ways in which we can work together to develop a relationship with the school. 


          The 科学院理事会 at St. Mary’s currently comprises 12 members:


          联系 Information

          Any queries to the governors should come through the Clerk to 科学院理事会, Mrs A Tindall at school a.tindall@stmarysmenston.org


          List of Councillors

          Foundation Councillors

          Parent Councillors

          Staff Councillors

          Clerk to 科学院理事会


          The 招生 Committee

          The 招生 Committee reports to the 科学院理事会.

          招生 Committee Membership

          In attendance: Miss Anderson

          Clerk: Mrs Leversha


          Lead Governors



          How 科学院理事会lors are Appointed


          Code of Conduct for the 科学院理事会

          All members of the 科学院理事会 sign the code of conduct at the first meeting of each school year.

          Code of Conduct for the 科学院理事会 2018–19 (PDF)


          Attendance at 科学院理事会 Meetings and Committees 2019–20

          Name 科学院理事会 and Committees Meetings 招生 Committee Meetings
          Mr Dominic Adams 6 of possible 6
          Mr Darren Beardsely 6 of possible 6 1 of possible 1
          Mr Chris Billington 5 of possible 6 1 of possible 1
          Mrs Julia Findlay 6 of possible 6
          Mrs Diane Gaskin 2 of possible 2
          Mrs Linda Hook 3 of possible 6 1 of possible 1
          Mrs Jo Hings 5 of possible 6
          Mr Andrew Price 4 of possible 6
          Mr Peter Booth 5 of possible 6 1 of possible 1
          Mrs Catherine Vincent 4 of possible 6
          Mr Eddie Diamond 2 of possible 2

          St. Mary’s is indebted to all Academy Councillors, who dedicate considerable time and energy to supporting the running of the school on an entirely voluntary basis.  Even when they are unable to attend meetings, their contributions are noted.  We are very privileged to have such a dedicated 科学院理事会.


          Details of the members of the 科学院理事会

          Mr Peter Booth
          Date of current term: 01/09/17 – 31/08/21
          Declared business interests: none

          Mrs Julia Findlay
          Date of current term: 09/05/19 – 08/05/23
          Declared business interests: none

          Mrs Linda Hook
          Date of current term: 07/03/18 – 06/03/22
          Declared business interests: none

          Mr Chris Billington
          Date of current term: 03/05/19 – 02/05/23
          Declared business interests: Wrigleys Solicitors - Partner, High Royds Sports and Social Club, High Royds Sports and Social Club, High Royds Residents Association

          Mrs Catherine Vincent
          Date of current term: 28/05/19 – 27/05/23
          Declared business interests: none

          Mr Jo Hings
          Date of current term: 27/04/16 – 26/04/20 (remaining in post during current Covid situation)
          Declared business interests: none

          Mr Andrew Price
          Date of current term: 29/03/16 – 28/03/20 (application with Diocese of Leeds for extension of term of office.)
          Declared business interests: Partner - Milners Solicitors, Director Rags Properties Ltd

          Mr Dominic Adams
          Date of current term: 06/06/18 – 05/06/22
          Declared business interests: Network Design and Marketing Ltd, Director

          Mr Darren Beardsley
          Date of current term: 01/09/14 –
          Declared business interests: Member of Trust Intervention Board – Blessed Peter Snow Academy Trust, Director High Royds Sports Association, Trustee Bambisanani Partnership


          Former members of the Academy council who have served within the last 12 months:

          Mrs Diane Gaskin
          Date of last term: 10/12/12 – 09/12/19
          Declared business interests: Company Secretary Goodison Ings Associates Ltd

          Mr Eddie Diamond
          Date of last term: 01/03/19 – resignation 16/01/20 (resigned)
          Declared business interests: none


          Governance

          “Governance is about not being neutral about the Catholic faith and Catholic teaching and learning institutions

          Governance is about understanding and supporting the Church’s mission in education: we evangelise through proclamation, formation and implementation

          Governance is about recognising and affirming that Catholic teaching and learning institutions exist in important faith partnerships - with the Diocese, with the deanery and parishes, with the family of Catholic schools, colleges, academies and university.

          In the context of a distinctive vision and practice, governance is about appreciating collaboration with Local Authorities, other educational bodies and community groups and initiatives.

          Governance is about encouraging excellence in everything; educating the whole person - respectfully, justly, and compassionately; having concern for the weak, the poor and the marginalised.”
          — Mgr John Wilson Homily, Governors’ Mass, November 2013

          Relationship between ST。玛丽的menston科学院理事会 and The Bishop Wheeler Catholic Academy Trust

          The Directors of the Bishop Wheeler Catholic Academy Trust are drawn from all our schools and include foundation councillors, parent councillors and staff councillors.

          One of the founding principles of our trust is subsidiarity; that all decisions are made at the most appropriate level, rather than being imposed from above. In practice, therefore key to the work of the Trust is our Headteachers Group.

          The Heads of all 10 Trust schools meet on a regular basis. As well as sharing good practice, they offer mutual support and development, peer review and develop and oversee the implementation of Trust wide policies.

          Each school has an 科学院理事会 with councillors appointed by the Diocese or elected by parents and staff. They oversee the strategic direction of each school and scrutinise standards, finance and admissions. Councillors work with staff to continually monitor and develop the school’s achievements and direction as outlined in the School’s Development Plans.

          The Trust Directors meet as a Board supported by Trust Finance and Audit committees. They receive regular updates on progress within all the schools and have overall legal responsibility for standards, finance and admissions. They work closely with the Headteachers Group, many of whom are Trust Directors.

          Everyone who works in our schools are employees of the Bishop Wheeler Trust and the Directors are responsible for developing and ensuring implementation of policies across all our schools to support this.

          The work of the whole Trust is underpinned by and focused on our values which are based on the Beatitudes and are reflected in the promises made by each school at our Inaugural Mass. First and foremost we are a Catholic Trust and our role is to provide and safeguard the future of a World Class Catholic education to all the young people within our area. The Directors are responsible for the strategic direction which drives this forward.


          Articles of Association

          Articles of Association (PDF)


          St. Mary's Menston Scheme of Delegation

          St. Mary's Menston Scheme of Delegation (PDF)


          St. Mary's Menston Supplemental Funding Agreement

          St. Mary's Menston Supplemental Funding Agreement (PDF)


          For additional financial information please follow this link:

          The Bishop Wheeler Catholic Academy Trust Annual Report and 财务信息

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