Scientia Governing Body

Governors promote effective ways of teaching and learning when setting the schools aims and policies. They do this together with the Headteacher, who is responsible for the day-to-day management of the school.

Scientia Academy Governing Board as at 3 August 2018

Acting Head 
Mrs Laura Hands                  Acting Headteacher      from 01/04/2018     
Co-Opted Governor 
Ms Salma Ali Chair of Governors from 01/02/2018 to 31/01/2022
Cllr Deneice Florence-Jukes   from 06/07/2018 to 05/07/2022
Director Appointee 
Mrs Nicola Johnson   from 13/05/2016 to 12/05/2020
Mr Clive Keen   from 13/05/2016 to 12/05/2020
Parent Governor 
Mrs Joanne Bradford   from 23/03/2018 to 22/03/2022
Mrs Helen Hall    from 08/01/2016 to 07/01/2020
Staff Governor 
Mrs Danielle Austin Teaching Staff from 07/07/2015 to 06/07/2019
Mr Richard Bailey Support Staff from 23/10/2015 to 22/10/2019

 

Responsibilities of Our School Governors

Accountability
Accountable for the performance of the school to parents and the wider community.

Strategy
Develop the long-term strategic direction of the school. Actively involved in the creation of the School Improvement Plan, visions and aims, and budget.

Critical Friendship
Challenges, monitors and evaluates progress against set targets.

Compliments, Comments and Concerns

The Governing Body would like to hear from you if you:

  • Are happy with the service the school provides and would like to compliment the staff and its pupils;
  • Have any suggestions about how the school can improve the quality of its provision;
  • Have a complaint or concern. All complaints will be taken seriously and given full and proper consideration in accordance with the Complaints and Compliments Policy.


Declaration of Business and Personal interests
Governors and trustees have a legal duty to act only in the best interests of their schools. Where a situation arises in which they cannot do this due to a personal interest they have, steps should be taken to identify, prevent and record the conflict. This ensures governors or trustees are acting in the best interests of the school.

Pecuniary interests
Generally, governors should not participate in any discussions in which they or their relatives may directly or indirectly benefit from a pecuniary interest, except where the relevant authority has authorised this i.e. legislation for maintained schools or articles of association for academies. A direct benefit refers to any personal financial benefit and an indirect benefit refers to any financial benefit you may have by virtue of a relationship to someone who stands to gain from a decision of the governing board. Both direct and indirect interests must be declared.

Non-pecuniary interests (Conflicts of loyalty)
There may be a non-pecuniary interest whereby the governor does not stand to gain any benefit but a declaration should still be made. For example, this might be where a governor has a family member working in the school. While the governor might not benefit personally, their judgement could be impaired if something was brought up that would affect the family member.

Register of Pecuniary Interests

2018-19

2017-18

2016-17 

Governing Body Publication of Data 

Scientia Publication of Data 2017-2018

Scientia LGB attendance 2017-2018

Scientia Publication of Data 2016-17

Scientia LGB attendance 2016-17 

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