"Governors share your ambition that all pupils should be provided with a high quality educational experience" Ofsted 2018
Cheney School has a Local Governing Body, chaired by Mr Richard Stamper, which is responsible for ensuring that the Cheney School is conducted in accordance with its ethos and values, overseeing the appointment and professional development of staff and setting and reviewing the school’s curriculum. Trustees have the final approval of Governors recommended by the Local Governing Body. The Chair of Cheney's Local Governing Body is appointed by the other Local Cheney Governors on an annual basis.
If you would like to contact the Chair please write to the Clerk to Governors at Cheney School, Cheney Lane, Headington, Oxford, OX3 7QH or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The CSAT Board of Trustees has established the following committees:
i) Finance and Resources Committee, which is responsible for the oversight of the finances and resources across all schools in the Trust, reviewing in detail school funding, expenditure and budget planning.
ii) Education Performance and Achievement Committee, which is responsible for the strategic oversight and direction of the Trust's educational plan.
iii) Audit Committee, which liaises with auditors, reviewing the annual internal and external audit reports prior to submission to the Finance and Resources Committee and Board of Trustees and ensuring financial probity of all schools in the Trust.
iv) Executive Pay Committee, which sets and reviews executive and leadership pay and remuneration.
Jonathan Dawson is the Chair of the Finance and Resources Committee, the Audit Committee and the Executive Pay Committee and Pat O'Shea is the Chair of the Education, Performance and Achievement Committee.
If you interested in joining the Governing Body please contact Ms J Geddes, Clerk to the Governors, at JGeddes@cheney.oxon.sch.uk for further information.
Please see below important documents relating to Community Schools Alliance Trust:
*please note, details of the amount of time off taken by staff who are union officials can be found within the CSAT signed accounts.
**The number of employees whose employee benefits (excluding employer pension costs) exceeded £60,000 was:
The key management personnel of the academy trust comprise the trustees and the senior management team as listed on pages 1-2 of CSAT Signed Accounts 2018-2019. The total amount of employee benefits (including employer pension contributions and employer national insurance contribution) received by key management personnel for their services to the academy trust was £420,000 (2018 £373,976).
CSAT Signed Accounts for previous years and Gender Pay Gap information are available on the CSAT website.