Leadership and Governance of the Trust
The vision of The Harmony Trust is that it will be known for best practice in educational excellence.
There is a strong moral purpose to do what is best for children and families and this underpins our ethos. We aim to raise aspirations and attainment of all children, developing pupils with high self-esteem and responsibility.
The Trust is committed to the delivery of high quality education delivered by excellent staff, in a caring, supportive, learning environment.
The legal Governing Body of all academies in the Harmony Trust is the Trust Board itself.
The Trust Board maintains direct responsibility and accountability directly to the Secretary of State and the Department for Education in London.
Members of the Harmony Trust
Mr Dominic Wall Mr Paul Makin Mrs Marian Simmons Mr Kit Thorne
Oldham Hulme Grammar School
The Harmony Trust Board of Trustees
Mr Paul Makin Mrs Marian Simmons Mr Riaz Ahmad
Mr Sajen Bakt Mr Antony Hughes Ms Sara Bashir
Mr Steve Smith Mrs Sandy Dixie OBE Vacancy x 3
The Members and the Trust Board have 2 committees
- the Finance and Audit & Risk committee
- the Standards committee and Pay & Performance committeeEach individual academy has an advocate on the Board, who knows their school very well.
The Board of Trustees is supported by the Central Leadership Team.
Each Academy has a Principal who is supported by a Senior and Middle Leadership Team.
The Chief Executive who is supported by the Director of Standards, Director of Finance, Director of Business Management and a Strategy Advisor, along with their own teams.
Their work will be supported by a -
- Academy Staff Consultation group
- Academy Parents Forum
- Academy Pupil Council
These groups are made up of representatives who give key stakeholders of the academy a forum to discuss issues, voice ideas to support the academy and share successes and areas for development.
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