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Local Academy Committee (LAC)

Welcome to the section of the website where you can find out more about our school Local Academy Committee, and the work that we do.

The Role of the Local Academy Committee

St Ann's CE Primary School is led by the Executive Headteacher and the Leadership Team. The Local Academy Committee oversees the effectiveness of the school and together with the Executive Headteacher provides strategic direction for the work and improvement of the school. It also supports, monitors, and evaluates the effectiveness of the school and monitors the budget. Finally, it holds the school to account for the standards achieved and the quality of education.

The Local Academy Committee is accountable to the LDBS Academies Trust. St Ann's Scheme of Delegation Sept 15.pdf

The day to day running and operations of the school is led by the Head of School.

What is a Local Academy Committee Governor?

For more information about the role of the governor please read the Academy Trust Governors Job Description

Membership and Structure

The committee comprises of ten governors, bringing together the key institutions that have an interest in the school. Our committee have a range of skills and interests and the membership includes a Executive Headteacher, a Head of School...

Name

Appointed by 

Responsibility

Declaration of interest 

Simon Knowles
Executive Headteacher

LDBS Academy Trust

Executive Headteacher of St Ann's N15,
Holy Trinity N17, St Michael's N22

 None

Mark Lancaster
Head of School

LDBS Academy Trust

Operations of school, implementation of school improvement and school ethos.

 None

Rev. John Wood
Vicar of St Ann's Church

LDBS Academy Trust

Premises, Health & Safety, RE

 None

Four Governors are appointed by the LDBS Academies Trust.   

Jasmin Archibald

LDBS Academy Trust

Child Protection
First Aid and Medicines in School

None

Brian Foster

LDBS Academy Trust

 English, Pupil Premium, Inclusion

 None

Natasha Lewis

LDBS Academy Trust

Vice Chair

Finance and Administration, Maths & STEM

 None

Vacancy

LDBS Academy Trust

 

 

Two Governors are nominated by parents at the school.  

Liz Aamli

LDBS Academy Trust

Chair of the Committee
Strategic Leadership

Safeguarding

RE
Early Years
Behaviour

None

Katherine Adusei

LDBS Academy Trust

 Digital Learning/E-Safety, Governor Training

None

One Governor is nominated by the school staff. 

 

Rebecca Harrison

LDBS Academy Trust

 Premises, Health & Safety

None

 

Jayne Reeve

 

 Executive Business Manager

None

 

Dates of Local Academy Meetings 2017/18:

 

Term 1

Autumn 2017

Thurs 21st September

Thurs 19th October

Thurs 16th November

Thurs 14th December

 

Term 2

Spring 2018

Thurs 25th January 2018

Thurs 1st March 2018

Thurs 22nd March 2018

 

 

Term 3

Summer 2018

Thurs 26th April 2018

Thurs 24th May 2018

Thurs 5th July 2018

 

 

Dates of Local Academy Meetings 2018/19:

Term 1 (Autumn 2018):

Thursday 20th September, Thursday 18th October, Thursday 15th November, Thursday 13th December

Term 2 (Spring 2019):

Thursday 24th January, Thursday 7th March, Thursday 4th April, Thursday 26th April

Term 3 (Summer 2019:

Thursday 23rd May, Thursday 4th July

Click on dates to view non-confidential minutes once they have been agreed.

 

Governor Pen Portraits:

Liz Aamli: Liz is a Parent Governor and Chair of the LAC. She is involved in several Early Years music projects in Haringey. She teaches at a Saturday music school in Hackney as well as locally.

Jasmin Archibald: When elected in 1985, Jasmin became the first Parent Governor of St Ann’s Primary School. She is currently our longest serving governor. A healthcare professional, midwife trained and neonatal specialist, Jasmin has now retired from her role as a Matron on an NHS Neonatal Unit after many years of service. Jasmin is one of the Wardens of St Ann’s Church and helps with the Junior After-school Club on Fridays.

Brian Foster: Brian Foster is a qualified teacher who has spent most of his career promoting the inclusion of Gypsies, Roma and other Travellers into mainstream schools in London, UK. He has advised local authorities and central government in various capacities, and is now an Education Consultant specialising in inclusion, monitoring and evaluation, providing technical advice to projects in Czech Republic, Ukraine, Serbia and the UK. He lives in Haringey and his three sons have attended Haringey schools. He enjoys cycling, swimming and walking his dogs.

Katherine Adusei: Katherine is a mother of four children, all of whom either attend or have attended St Ann’s Primary. Her background is in social work and youth work. Katherine has set up her own company EdnU (Education ‘n’ You) which aims to put the focus on the individual and their educational needs.

Father Simon Clark: Father Simon  is Vicar of St Mark’s Noel Park, in Wood Green and has served in the Diocese of London since 2002. He is a traditional Anglo-Catholic, committed to the Church of England and values its breadth and variety. He is an experienced School Governor for over 15 years in both Church and State Schools (including being Chair and taking a school from Ofsted Special Measures to Good judgements). He is a Trustee of and on the Executive Board of the London Diocesan Board of Schools and a member of the Bishop of Fulham’s Council, Haringey Multi-faith forum and the Society of the Holy Cross. He enjoys cooking, computers, model trains, Japan and travelling as much as possible!