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Our Community MAT

Our Community Multi Academy Trust is a group of town, city and village schools that have joined together to provide the very best education for the children in our care and where we believe that education is very much a matter of the individual.

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Governance

Strategic management

As an Academy Trust, our Articles of Association determine our governance structure. For a copy of this and further information about the Trust's governance, including membership and attendance at governance meetings, please click here

Please click HERE for a copy of the latest register of business interests and meeting attendance.

Further information relating to our local and Trust governance can also be seen on the DFE Website 'Get Information About Schools' (GIAS). Please click HERE.

Local Governance at Milstead and Frinsted school

The Local Governing Body includes the Headteacher and a number of non-Trustee members. It is chaired by one of its members and provides local challenge to the Headteacher using the School Development Plans as a basis for their joint monitoring.

Milstead and Frinsted Local Governing Body

Rev. Paula Jardine-Rose

Nicky McMullon

Alexandra Edwards

Emma Foord (Staff representative)

 

I am now entering my fifth year being part of The Village Academy, teaching Catkin’s Class (Reception year) at Milstead and Frinsted School.  As a teacher my goal is to enthuse and motivate children to become confident learners in a stimulating and nurturing environment. I strive to ensure children develop a love of learning, confidence to try new activities and to reach their full potential in fun and inspiring ways.  I am passionate about outdoor learning and learning opportunities within our local community, supporting and promoting the moral and spiritual development of each and every unique child.

 

 

Join Us!

If you're interested in becoming a member of our Local Academy Council (local governance) or a Trustee, please click HERE, to go to the Vacancies page on the OCMAT website for further information and an application form.

Day to day management

The Headteachers are responsible for day-to-day management of their school.