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Hadrian Academy Trust Structure 2023/2024


Responsible for the strategic running and direction of the Academy and responsible for ensuring that the school is run in accordance with the Articles of Association and the Funding Agreement with the Dep. for Education

Angela Leishman (Founding Member) – re-appointed as Governor 11th Nov 2019 – Chairman for 2023/2024 and Member of Finance committee and Pupil Premium Governor

Emma Roberts (Appointed Member) – re-appointed as Governor 3rd Oct 2022 –  Vice Chairman for 2023/2024 and Member of Finance committee and Safeguarding Governor

John Chatterley (Appointed Member) – re-appointed as Governor 3rd Oct 2022 – Member of Finance committee

Andrew Meadows (Founding Member) – re-appointed as Governor 11th Nov 2019 – Member of Finance committee


Ross Griffin – Principal and ex-officio – Member of Finance

Marion Auker – staff governor – re-appointed 1st Nov 2023

Lisa McGill – community governor – re-appointed 3rd Oct 2022

Elaine Faunch – community governor – appointed 16th March 2021

Ellie Crouchman – staff governor- appointed 25th Sept 2022 

Sarah Norris – staff governor – appointed 27th September 2023 SEN Governor

Raine Brewster – parent governor – appointed 4th November 2022 – SEN Governor

Ross Paterson – parent governor – appointed 4th November 2022

Rachel Seddon community governor – appointed 1st November 2023

Lisa Bird - community governor  appointed 15th December 2023

The Hadrian Academy governing body has a key role in monitoring the work of the school and ensuring that the leadership of the school is effective in ensuring that all children are making the best progress possible, that they are safe and that the academy has a clear strategic direction.  As an academy governor we act as the critical friend to the headteacher and the senior leadership team, and provide support and challenge.

The Governing Body meets every half term and the Governor’s term of office is 4 years.  No Governors have declared any relevant business and pecuniary interest.

Being a governor at Hadrian is both rewarding and fulfilling, we are always pleased to receive comments and observations from parents. In order to facilitate this, any of the governors can be contacted via the school.

We welcome enquiries about joining the governing body and are constantly looking for new governors to diversify our membership in terms of age, skills, life experience and ethnicity.

If you wish to know more, or are interested in becoming a governor, please contact Joanna Loisel, Clerk to Governors on joanna.loisel@hadrianacademy.co.uk

Governor Meeting attendance 2020-21

Governor Meeting attendance 2021-22

Governors Meeting attendance 2022-23