As our family of schools grows we are keen to ensure that high academic standards are at the core of our work.
We want our schools to develop further whilst maintaining their own uniqueness. It is this uniqueness that help to make the Trust a special place to study and to work.
Children are the centre of all our work and we strive to give them the best start in life as this is what they deserve.
In order to achieve this, we work in close partnership with our parents and expect them to support us in challenging their children to be the best they can be in every aspect of their lives.
The Baylis Court Trust Central Services
Through a team of committed colleagues, the Trust provides Financial, Operational, Health and Safety and Human Resources services to its schools. If you would like to know more about these services please contact the Trust at: RKearsey@bayliscourttrust.co.uk
The Executive Team
The Executive Team delivers the work of the Trust. You can find out more about the Executives here
The Members of the Trust
Members monitor the work of the Trust Board to ensure that it is upholding the vision and values of the Trust.
Further details about their work can be found in the Trust Constitution here.
|Mrs Rebecca Francis|
|Mr Robert Milne|
|Ms Gabrielle Westhead|
|Mrs Tina Wisener|
The Board of Trustees
|Jon Reekie, Chair of the Board of Trustees|
|Richard Kearsey, Chief Executive Officer of Baylis Court Trust|
|Patrick Spence, Clerk|
Trustees are responsible for the strategic oversight, administration and management of the Trust and all its schools and entities to develop and achieve the Trust's vision, and to ensure compliance with government and EFA requirements, company law and charity law. They have legal obligations through the Articles and Memorandum of Association for the Trust, and also under company law as directors and under charity law as trustees, for the proper conduct of the business of the Trust.
Further details about their work can be found in the Trust constitution.
The Education Board
The members of the Education Board are the Principals of each school, the Executive Team and the CEO of the Trust. This Board has responsibility for driving improvement in achievement, attainment and performance of every school; identifying and sharing excellent pedagogy and teaching practice; identifying and sharing curriculum developments that will enhance educational opportunities and performance for children in the Trust; creating opportunities for staff development to improve performance, achieve CPD and maximise the retention of excellent teachers; conducting the educational aspects of due diligence for schools seeking to join the Trust and for schools that the Trust may sponsor.