Local Governing Body

In England, Wales and Northern Ireland, school governors are members of a school’s Governing Body. They have responsibility for raising school standards through their three key roles of setting strategic direction, ensuring accountability and acting as a critical friend. For details of our Governance arrangements, including specific roles and Committee attendance, please see the document "Governance Arrangements" in the Company Information section under the Key Information tab.

The Joint Governing Body - OIA & OMS

MemberRole and Responsibilities
Katrina Rodden
Chair / Safeguarding
Email: krodden@iftl.co.uk
Sarah Armitage Headteacher of OIA
Glenn Young Headteacher of OMS
Hannah King
Vice Chair / Safeguarding
Fay Carter
Finance and 1:1 devices
Gill Morrow
Sports & PE
Gillian GreenPupil Support OIA
Laurence KirkwoodWell-being OMS
Karen Thorpe-Morgan
Paul Sims Pupil Support OMS
Jess Collins Well-being OIA

IFtL Governance and Trustee Information

The remit and responsibilities of the Governing Body of the school and the Members and Board of Trustees of IFtL are outlined in the Scheme of Delegation of Inspiring Futures through Learning, our Multi-Academy Trust and can be found at:  http://www.iftl.co.uk/governance-in-iftl

At Inspiring Futures through Learning (IFTL) we recognise and appreciate the importance and vital role of governors and directors in raising standards and quality across the trust. The Multi-Academy Trust is one legal entity, a charitable company limited by guarantee.

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