Our Local Governing Body
Since joining The Painsley Multi Academy Company, St. Filumena's has formed a new local governing body. This committee continues to oversee the strategic work of the school and is directly responsible to The Painsley Multi Academy Company Board of Directors.
Certain responsibilities have been delegated to the local governing body, which are reported to the board of directors on a regular basis.
What the committee members can do:
The committee members are responsible for making sure the school is run so children are encouraged to achieve their full potential.
They are involved in:
- Supporting the direction, policies and objectives of the school
- Agreeing the school budget
- Supporting and challenging the Principal
What Committee Members can’t do:
The local governing committee is a group. Individual members have no powers except where the whole committee has given them a specific job to do.
The local governing committee make their decisions based on the advice of members that deal with specific issues, such as the school's curriculum, premises or finances. They don’t make decisions individually and they can’t go into schools and make demands of the Principal and staff.
Please find below details of how our Governing body is structured, including the names, categories, responsibilities and terms of appointment for each Governor. We have also provided a Register of Governor Interests and an Annual Statement of Issues for your information.
Local Governing Body Structure
Board Of Directors and Committee Structure:
For Board of Directors Committee Structure, please click here
For Members pecuniary interests, please click here
For details on past Directors, please click here
For the Painsley MAC Scheme of Delegation, please click here