It is the AC’s role to hold the Principal and Senior Leadership Team (SLT) to account for the Academy’s educational, operational and financial performance.
In addition, the AC has an important role in representing the Academy to parents and the local community.
Members of the AC need to support and challenge the Principal and SLT of the Academy, asking for and receiving regular reports on progress against the Academy’s educational performance targets, seeing that there is a rich provision of co-curricular activity; making sure that the agreed annual budget is being adhered to; that pastoral, safeguarding and Health and Safety matters are attended to according to the published policies; and that premises and grounds are maintained to a high standard. The AC is also responsible for adjudicating on disciplinary and behaviour matters in accordance with such policies.
THE AC AND INSPECTION
Members of the AC need to have a clear understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of the Academy, of the strategies for improving performance set out in the annual Academy Development Plan and Self-Evaluation Form (“SEF”), and the extent to which the Principal and SLT are making progress in delivering these strategies.
SUMMARY OF AC DUTIES
The role of the AC is to hold the Principal and SLT to account for the quality of:
Educational performance and extra-curricular provision
Operational effectiveness and budgetary efficient
Pastoral care, safeguarding, Health and Safety and premises
In addition, the AC is required to:
Adjudicate as required on disciplinary and behaviour matters
To foster good and active relationships between the Academy and parents and the wider community
From 16 August, children under of the age of 18 will no longer have to self-isolate if they are contacted by NHS Test & Trace as a close contact of a positive Covid-19 case. Instead, they will be advised to take a PCR test. Please report any confirmed Covid-19 positive test results to our dedicated Covid Alert email address below: email@example.com
Please find below important information about the Year 11 and 13 results day arrangements and details for the start of the new term in September. On their return to school in September, all students will be given the opportunity to take two Lateral Flow Tests on school site. It is clearly in the interests of the school and its community that as many students as possible take up this opportunity to be tested on their return to school. As the students will be taking the new Orient Gene LFD test, we need to ask all families to provide consent for the testing, which can be done via the link below.
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