Governance

School Governance

Future Education is part of Future Projects, a registered charity (number 1103200) based in Norwich. As such, Trustees of the charity are the proprietors of Future Education and therefore ultimately responsible for ensuring it is well run and safe.

In order to discharge this duty Trustees have appointed a board of Governors to provide strategic and operational support to the School, working closely with the Head Teacher, Chief Executive Officer, and other Governors. This Governor board includes some representation from the Trustees to enable swift and appropriate decision making.

School Governors are responsible for raising standards, promoting achievement and ensuring the wellbeing and safeguarding of pupils in the school. This is achieved by having a clear vision, a caring school ethos, strong strategic planning, an excellent working relationship with the Headteacher and senior leadership team who Governors hold accountable for the school's performance, by regular monitoring to evaluate school performance and by having in place policies that will allow the school to achieve its aims, objectives and targets.

Governor bios

  • Michael Stonard: I am the Chair of Governors and take an over-arching interest in all areas of the school, from governance and leadership right through to the day to day delivery. My role, along with my colleague Governors, is to provide strategic direction and support to the leadership team and to ensure that the school is well run, safe and effective, and delivers the best possible outcomes for its pupils. I am also the Safeguarding and Equalities Governor.
  • Tracy Moulton: I am the Governor with a specific focus on the Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare of pupils. I am therefore interested in the way pupil behaviour is managed, attendance, safety and general the general welfare of pupils. I engage regularly with senior leaders in regard to these points to ensure that the school provides a learning environment which is safe, effective and promotes personal and academic achievement
  • Carlene Houghton: I am the Governor with a specific focus on pupil outcomes. I am interested in the academic performance and post-16 progression for our pupils. My aim is to ensure that everything the school does is geared towards giving pupils the best possible outcomes so they can become successful adults and lead fulfilling lives.
  • Martin Scaiff: I have responsibility for governance in relation to Teaching and Learning so I am interested in supporting the school to use a variety of data and information to provide each and every pupils with bespoke learning opportunities best suited to them and their needs. I am keen to ensure that the school delivers high quality teaching, has in place strategies that target need to ensure that pupils make good progress.

Declarations (Finance, Business, Roles at other schools)