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It has been a privilege to welcome The Rt Revd Dr Michael Ipgrave, Bishop of Lichfield into school, and Mrs Wedgwood , CEO St. Chad’s Academy Trust to formally open and bless our new extension.

Local Academy Committee

Welcome to our Local Academy Committee section

Mrs L Wright  - Chair of Local Academy Committee

Mrs N Baddeley - Vice Chair of Local Academy Committee / Teaching and Learning link  / Safeguarding link


Miss H Davies  - Staff  member on Local Academy Committee

Mrs C Furnell - King - Health and Safety link  

Mrs C Jones  - Principal

Rev J Walker  - Church link

Mrs S Wedgwood  - St. Chad's Academies Representative  and SEN/ PP link






Schools are run by a governing body or local academy committee working with the Principal and senior leadership team to ensure that pupils get a good education.


Who can become a school LAC member?

All types of people can become LAC  members. No special qualifications are required, but you must be 18 or over on the date when you are elected or appointed.


Enthusiasm, commitment and an interest in education are the most important qualities. You don't need to have a child at the school.


What do LAC members do?

LAC members make important collective decisions and the governing body is answerable to parents and the community.


The responsibilities of the LAC can be summarised as providing strategic management, acting as a critical friend and ensuring accountability.


Specific responsibilities include:


  • Promoting high standards of education and achievement
  • Planning the school’s long-term future
  • Setting the school’s aims and values
  • Appointing senior staff, including the Principal
  • Budgetary allocation and control


The day to day management of the academy is the responsibility of the Principal.





2018 - 2019 Local Academy Committee member details