Each school has its own Local Governing Body. This body of governors report to The Dean Trust Board.
Within each Local Governing Body there are several small committees which focus on particular areas such as: HR & Personnel; Pupil Progress; Curriculum and Standards. Additional committees are formed from across the Trust Board and LGBs as and when required to deal with specific areas such as Admissions or Health and Safety (Environment/Premises).
Some individual governors have responsibility across more than one school in the Trust due to their skills and experience.
All governors sign up to The Dean Trust code of practice.
Request for Copies
If you would like a copy of any of the meeting minutes please contact the Governance Support Officer in the first instance.
Parent Governors are elected from within the parent body of the school when there is a vacancy. Any vacancies will be advertised on the school website.
Staff Governors are elected from within the staff body of the school when there is a vacancy.
To contact any member of your Governing Body, please contact the school on the main school number in the first instance.
Alternatively, you can contact via email the Governance Support Officer Ruth Warburton email@example.com or The Dean Trust TDTOffice@thedeantrust.co.uk .
Attendance at Meetings
LDA LGB Composition 2020-2021
3. Pen Portraits
LDA Governors Pen Portraits 2020-2021
4. LDA LGB Committees
LDA LGB Committees 2020-2021
5. Personnel (HR) Governance Remit
Personnel (HR) Governance Remit
6. Finance Governance Group Remit
Finance Governance Group Remit
7. Curriculum Governance Remit
Curriculum Governance Remit
8. Register of Business and Pecuniary Interests
Register of Business and Pecuniary Interests 2019-2020
The Dean Trust is always keen to hear from anyone who may have an interest in becoming a governor for any of its schools. If you think governance may be for you, please contact the Clerk in the first instance to find out more. Mrs Ruth Warburton can be reached via email on firstname.lastname@example.org , or on the telephone 0161 973 1179 x 2203.