Our Governing Body

Governors Constitute the Academy Stakeholder Committee (from March 2023)

the principal duty of which is to support the Trust Board and the school in developing and maintaining effective links within the school’s communities, communicating openly and frequently as appropriate and ensuring the school meets its responsibilities to its stakeholders.

Ensuring membership of the ASC includes parent and staff governors, and members of the local community, as per the composition of the Committee.

Supporting the Executive Headteacher in implementing and monitoring arrangements to ensure:

  • that pupils are listened to, feel safe in the school and are successful learners
  • that parents and carers are kept informed about their child’s progress and that any concerns they have are listened and responded to
  • that effective arrangements are in place for staff wellbeing
  • that there is regular communication with parents and the wider community
  • that examples of the activities of the school and the ASC are provided to the Trust for its termly newsletter to all stakeholders

Representing the School and the Trust at parents’ evenings, presentation events and other school activities.

Receiving and reviewing the results of staff well-being surveys, and the analysis of pupil voice and parent voice questionnaires and surveys.

Providing a point of contact for parents, carers and other members of the local community and directing queries to those in the school or trust with responsibility for dealing with them.

Developing and maintaining effective links with the local community

Promoting collaboration with the other schools in the Trust, actively seeking opportunities for the schools to work together with the aim of identifying and implementing best practice in stakeholder engagement across all schools.

Giving advice and feedback to the Trustees, reporting on all matters for which the ASC is responsible and seeking responses from the Trustees to any matters the ASC draws to their attention.

Submitting an annual report to the Trust Board and thereafter for publication on the school website.

 If you wish to contact the governors, please email the Clerk to the Governors, Daphne Price [email protected]

Who can be a Governor?

All types of people can become school governors. No special qualifications are required, but you must be 18 or over on the date when you are elected or appointed. Enthusiasm, commitment and an interest in education are the most important qualities. Extensive training is available in a range of governor related topics.   Although the role is unpaid governors find it rewarding in being able to give something back to society and also in learning new skills that can be transferred to other areas of their life.  Examples include participation in committee work or even chairing meetings. You don’t need to have a child at Grove House or Kings Park Schools to become a governor.

Governors’ Terms of Office & Conflicts of Interest 23-24

ASC Attendance Record 2022-23

Articles of association

Memorandum of Association

Grove House Funding Agreement


ASC – Annual Report July 2023


Scheme of Delegation

UET Master Funding Agreement

Kings PARK Funding Agreement