Spalding Academy - The Role of the Governing Body
The Governing Body of Spalding Academy has three main roles:
- To provide a strategic direction for the work and improvement of the Academy.
- To support, monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of the Academy.
- To hold the Academy to account for the standards achieved and the quality of education.
Governors carry out these roles through various committees and visits to the Academy. This enables them to understand the wealth of Academy data and ask appropriate questions, to build up good relationships with the staff and to contribute to the self evaluation processes. The following committees have been established to meet regularly and report to the full Governing Body – Standards and Curriculum, Finance, Premises and Health and Safety, Pay and Personnel, Audit and Compliance and Admissions.
Please see up-to-date details of Spalding Academy's governance arrangements below: