The St Marylebone CE School became an academy on September 1st, 2011 and an Academy Trust was established to facilitate this. It is registered at Companies House as a charitable private company, limited by guarantee.
Company name: The St Marylebone Church of England School
Company No: 07719620
Registered Office: 64 Marylebone High Street, London W1U 5BA
The principal regulator of the school is the Department for Education, acting through the Education & Skills Funding Agency (ESFA).
The school has both Members and Governors. The Members ensure that the Academy Trust’s charitable objectives are being met. The Governing Board manages the school on behalf of the Trust and its key responsibilities are to:
- Ensure clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction
- Hold executive leaders to account for the educational performance of the organisation and its students and the performance management of the staff
- Oversee and ensure effective financial performance
Members of the Academy Trust
- The Rector of the St Marylebone Parish Church
- The Church Wardens of the St Marylebone Parish Church
- The London Diocesan Board for Schools
The Reverend Stephen Evans (Vice Chair)
Eliza Low (Chair)
Local Community Governor
Local Authority Governor
Clerk to the Governors
Policies and Election
Members of the Academy Trust appoint the Foundation Governors and Local Community Governors, the local authority (LA) appoints the LA Governor, members of staff elect the Staff Governors, parents elect the Parent Governors and the Governing Board appoints Co-opted Governors with the consent of the Members. The Rector (a Foundation Governor) and the Headteacher are Governors ex-officio. A Governor’s term of office is four years.
The Governing Board monitors the implementation of school policies through a sub-committee structure comprising of Staffing & Management (S&M), Curriculum & Pupils (C&P), Finance & Premises (F&P), Audit Committee (AC) and Pay Committee (PC).
To contact the governors or put forward a candidate for the Governing Board, please contact the clerk, Martha Blackwell 020 7935 4704 or by email at email@example.com.