Great Staughton Primary Academy is part of The Diamond Learning Partnership Trust (TDLPT); an academic trust which was set up in the year of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. The Trust is currently made up of 11 schools: Middlefield, Winhills and Round House Primary Academies in St Neots, Thomas Eaton Primary Academy, Glebelands Primary Academy, Murrow Primary Academy and Leverington Primary Academy in Fenland, Braybrook in Peterborough, Roman Way in Royston and Kimbolton Primary Academy in Kimbolton , along with Great Staughton Primary Academy. This Trust is managed by a Board of Directors and each school has a Local Governing Body. The Chair of our Local Governing Body is a Trust Director and a member of the Trust Board.
The board of governors exists to:
Our role is to ensure that Great Staughton Primary Academy constantly and consistently delivers on its visions and values: essentially, to ensure that every child achieves the highest possible standards through our relentless focus on high quality teaching and learning. Further information about the school’s visions and values can be found on the website.
The board of governors also oversees admission, staff employment and buildings management.
Our Local Governing Body has members elected or appointed as governors on behalf of the Trust. They are made up of parents, staff and the local community and they serve a term of four years. Governors can be re-elected/re-appointed at the end of their term for a further four year period. The Local Governing Body meets once each term.
Our governors include:
Mr Alan Ball (chair of the board)
Mrs Su' Thompson (chair of the local governing body)
Mrs Jill Tickle
Mrs Katy Duncan (staff governor)
Mr Duncan Nelson (staff governor)
Mr Jon Burcham
Mr Martin Grey
Mrs Linda Fowler
Mrs Jules Chaney
More information can be found here: https://diamondlearningtrust.com/teacher-type/directors-of-tdlpt/
Please contact Jackie Schad, Clerk to Governors
Tel: 01480 860743