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  • Welcome

    Welcome

    Dear Parents, We would both like to offer you a very warm welcome to The Crescent Academy. This is a wonderful school and we are very proud to be Principals here. We have such polite and hardworking children and marvellous members of staff. We encourage all of our parents to become a part of our rich and welcoming family. Mr Alston and Mrs Williams

  • Governance Structure

    GOVERNORS COMMITTEE

    2018

    Below is a table of our Trustees and our Governors. Every year each Governor has to declare any pecuniary interests that they may hold which may compromise their position in school. 

     

    BOARD OF TRUSTEES

    DETAILS OF PECUNIARY/OTHER INTEREST

    FULL GOVERNING BODY

    DETAILS OF PECUNIARY/OTHER INTEREST

    Mrs Sue Molloy

    - Chair of Governors at St Nathaniels Academy

     

    Mrs Jackie Williams

    (Principal)

    -Mrs Maxine Williams (Senior Early Years Practitioner) at The Crescent Academy - Daughter in Law

    Mr John Harp NA

    Miss Michelle Probyn

    (Support Staff Governor)

    NA

    Mr Darren Christie NA

    Mr Darren Christie

    (Community Governor)

    NA

    Executive Principal Ex-officio (currently Mr David Alston) - Mr Oliver Alston (son)(Teaching Assistant) 

    Mrs Nadine Massey

    (Community Governor)

    NA

       

    Ms Sue Molloy (Chair)

    - Chair of Governors at St Nathaniels Academy

    - Trustee at St Barts Multi Academy Trust

       

    Miss Jenny Watt 

    (Teacher Governor)

    NA

       

    Mr Sean Thorneycroft

    (Community Governor)

    Married to Becky Thorneycroft

       

    Rachel Lines

    (Parent Governor)

    NA

       

    Ben Webster

    (Parent Governor)

    NA

     

    FIRST COMMITTEE

    APPEALS COMMITTEE

    Mr Darren Christie

    Ms Sue Molloy

    Rachel Lines

    Mrs Nadine Massey

    Mr Ben Webster

    Mr Sean Thorneycroft

     

    FOUNDATION STAGE

    KEY STAGE ONE

    LOWER KEY STAGE TWO

    UPPER KEY STAGE TWO

    Mrs Nadine Massey

    Miss Jenny Watt

    Miss Michelle Probyn

    Ms Sue Molloy

    Mr Sean Thorneycroft

    Rachel Lines

    Mr Darren Christie

    Mr Ben Webster

     

    Child Protection/ E-Safety Governor

    Looked After Children Governor

    SEN Governor

    Accounting Officer

    Ms Sue Molloy

    Mrs Nadine Massey

    Mrs Nadine Massey

    Mr David Alston

     

    Meeting Date Governors in Attendance
    16/01/2017

    Jackie Williams, Sue Molloy, Darren Christie,

    Julian Ashton, Barbara Bishop, Sam Deeley,

    20/03/2017

    Jackie Williams, Sue Molloy, Darren Christie, Julian Ashton, 

    Barbara Bishop, Nadine Massey, Ben Webster

    22/05/2017

    Jackie Williams, Sue Molloy, Darren Christie, Julian Ashton, 

    Barbara Bishop, Nadine Massey, Ben Webster, Sam Deeley

    11/09/2017

    Jackie Williams, Sue Molloy, Darren Christie,  Lisa Stewart

    Nadine Massey, Ben Webster, Sean Thorneycroft

    4/12/2017

    Jackie Williams, Sue Molloy, Darren Christie, Sean Thorneycroft,  Nadine Massey, Ben Webster, Michelle Probyn, 

    Becoming a School Parent Governor

     

    The role of parent governor is a very important, rich and rewarding one. Parent governors help the school to see its decision making making through the eyes of the parents and parent governors often identify issues which the school does not see.

     

    Similarly they are able to interpret the school's decisions and have a better understanding of how schools work.

     

    Currently we have a vacancy for a parent governor. The role would start immediately. It is unpaid, but training is given depending on the needs of the individual. Governors meet around seven or eight times a year, usually for a couple of hours and generally on Mondays. If you would like to become a school governor please make an appointment to speak with either Mr Alston or Mrs Williams. It may also be helpful to speak with Ben Webster, our current parent governor. All of our governors are listed above.

     

    Please consider this seriously. The school needs very good and committed governors in order to continue to perform at the highest level.

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