Our academy committee is dedicated to supporting the staff, infrastructure and especially the students at Queen Elizabeth’s Academy. They are volunteers who give their time and commitment freely, and include a Foundation Governor appointed by the Diocese.
The job of the committee is to support and challenge the academy’s senior leadership team to raise achievement and realise the potential of all the students, supporting the vision and ethos of the academy and adding value to the Christian distinctiveness of the academy.
Governors play an important role in trying to ensure that every student at the academy gets the best possible education. Governance concentrates on four strategic functions, and in our academy, the focus of these is determined by the Trustees on the Diverse Academies Board within our scheme of delegation:
- ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction
- holding the principal to account for the educational performance of the academy and its students, plus the performance management of staff
- overseeing the financial performance of the academy and making sure its money is well spent
- engaging with stakeholders, parent/carers, staff and students and the wider community
Governors get to know the academy through reports and data together with visits into the academy and meeting staff and students.
Find out more about our governors via the links below.