The levels of governance:
The Members are the custodians of Create Partnership Trust, ensuring that its vision and values are reflected in all its work.
The Board of Directors (Trustees) is the accountable body for the Trust.
Local Advisory Boards are responsible for monitoring the progress of their school’s improvement plan.
As custodians of the Trust, the Members, ensure that its vision and values are reflected in all its work.
Their role is predominantly to:
There is no formal Chair.
The Members meet twice per year with the Board of Directors and again, separately, if they need to make individual decisions. One Member is also a Director (Trustee).
As the accountable body for the Trust, the role of the Board of Directors (or Trustees) is to:
There are currently five Trustees in post. The full Board normally meets four times per year, including twice with Members. The Chair and Vice Chair are appointed by the Board of Directors.
The Trust also has a Finance and Resources Committee, an Audit Committee, a Scrutiny Committee and a Pay Committee.
Local Advisory Boards
The governance of Create Partnership Trust by its Board of Directors (Trustees) is assisting the transition of each school from its former Governing Body to a Local Advisory Board (LAB). A Trust Scrutiny Committee was set up in 2018/2019 academic year for Hodge Hill Primary School.
For more information on our Local Advisory Boards and Create Partnership Trust's Members and Trustees please click here to be redirected to the Create Partnership Trust website.