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    Lord Street Primary

    Governors & Trustees

    The Board of Trustees have established a structure of Committees as follows:
    • Local School Committees; Blacko Primary School, Laneshaw Bridge Primary School, Lord Street Primary School and Park High School
    • Standards Committee
    • Resource Committee
    • Nomination & Remuneration Committee
    • Audit & Risk Committee

    These committees act in an advisory capacity to the Board of Trustees except where powers have been specifically delegate to them by the Board of Trustees.

    The functions and proceedings of the committees are subject to regulations made by the Trustees pursuant to the powers contained in the Articles of Association.

    Audit & Risk Committee

    The responsibility of this committee is to ensure that the Trust and all of its Academies are compliant with current regulation across a number of areas, to assess risk on behalf of each of the Academies and the Trust as a whole and to ensure appropriate auditing is arranged.

    Standards Committee

    The role of the Standards Committee is to monitor the academic progress and ensure high standards in the quality of teaching and learning within the Trusts Academies.

    Resources Committee

    The Resource Committee monitors income and expenditure for all the Academies and has a responsibility to ensure the preparation of responsible budget planning. It recommends annual budgets to the Board of Trustees, through the work of the Business Manager. It also oversees capital expenditure and asset management.

    Nomination & Remuneration Committee

    The Nomination and Remuneration Committee acts as part of the organisation’s corporate governance. The committee evaluates the Board of Trustees and examines the skills and characteristics needed in board candidates. Determining specific remuneration packages, terms of employment and determining performance incentive arrangements for the CEO.

    Local School Committee

    The Local Governing Body carry the Trust vision, policies and priorities forward, based on the specific qualities and community characteristics of each school. They support, question and challenge the School's Leadership Team, holding them to account.

    In addition to the members and trustees, the above committees are attended by a varying range of Trust stakeholders and also associate members who provide the board with specialist advice.

    Local Governing Body Information

    Current members of the Local Governing Body

    Register of Business Interests for each Governor

    Local Governing Body Attendance 2020-2021

    Local Governing Body Attendance 2021-2022

    Local School Committee Attendance 2022-2023

    Chair of Local Governing Body

    Our chair of local school committee is Jo McCue, and she can be contacted via the following method:

    Jo McCue

    C/o Lord Street Primary School

    Lord Street


    BB8 9RA

    The Pennine Trust Trustees

    To view the latest information on The Pennine Trust's Board of Trustees' please click here

    Lord Street Primary School's Supplemental Funding Agreement