East Midlands Education Trust was formed in September 2014 with a mission to raise the educational standards and improve the life chances of students within the partnership. There are currently six Academies within the partnership: John Flamsteed Community School, The Joseph Whitaker School, The Kimberley School, The Ripley Academy, South Wolds Academy and The West Bridgford School.
East Midlands Education Trust (EMET): The Trust
EMET is managed by a Board of Trustees who are responsible for the strategic development, the ethos and the management of the schools within the partnership. Most of these trustees are, or have been recently, parents with children in the partner schools.
Cllr Christopher Paul Barnfather - appointed Sept 2016 (Audit Committee)
Mr Patrick Terence Booth (Pay, Performance & HR + Personnel) - appointed Sept 2014
Mr Neil Clifton (Pay, Performance & HR) appointed Sept 2017
Mr Brian Andrew Carr - appointed Sept 2015 (Finance & Estates Committee)
Dr John Frederick Collins (Finance & Estates Committee Chair) - appointed Sept 2014
Mrs Kathleen Margaret Foale - appointed Sept 2015 (Standards Committee)
Dr Andrew Michael Hindmarsh (Chairman/Strategic development/Pay, Performance & HR) - appointed Sept 2014
Mr Robert McDonough (Chief Executive Officer) - ex officio
Mr Paul John Winter - appointed Dec 2015 (Audit Committee)
Dr Andrew Michael Hindmarsh - appointed Dec 2015
Mr Simon David Harris - appointed Dec 2015
Mr Michael John Cox - appointed Dec 2015
Mrs Elizabeth Celia Thomas - appointed Dec 2015
Mr Oliver Tim Pritchard - appointed Dec 2015
Monday 18 September 2017
Monday 11 December 2017
Monday 19 March 2018
Monday 2 July 2018
Former trustees/members within the last 12 months:
Mr Bevan Alexander Wood (appointed Sept 2014 - stepped down July 2017)
Mr Philip Harding (appointed April 2016 - stepped down Sept 2017)
Mr Anthony Charles Stephens (appointed April 2016 - stepped down Sept 2017)
Mr John Goodall Wilson OBE (appointed Dec 2015 - stepped down Sept 2017)
Mr Richard Edward Johnson (appointed Sept 2014 - stepped down Sept 2017)
The Trust meets regularly as a board of Trustees and has specific committees or named governors to deal with issues such as finance, audit, education and standards, strategic development and pay, performance & HR.In addition, each school has its own local governing body which is accountable to the Trustees but which also has considerable amount of delegated authority to make decisions which affect the day to day running of their school.
Attendance records of Governors at local governing body meetings, their terms of office and chairs of governors can all be found on the individual school websites from the Homepage.
Attendance records of Trustees can be found under 'Documents' section on this website.