Ethos and Welfare Committee

Ethos and Welfare Committee and the Hub Council

Within the Redstart Learning Partnership, each of our schools is accountable to the Board of Directors. A Hub Council of representatives from schools in each hub (Taunton or South Somerset) meets termly to review progress, discuss issues and celebrate achievements. At Holy Trinity, we have an Ethos and Welfare Committee, which meets regularly to discuss community issues and to ensure that the school is continually moving forwards to becoming an excellent Church of England primary school. If you would like to get involved in our Ethos and Welfare Committee or the Hub Council, please use the contact us form on this website.

The Chair of the school's ethos and welfare committee is Sarah Marshall. Please get in touch through the school office.

Ethos and Welfare Committee Date  
Declarations of Interest 21st Dec 2018 Download
Attendance Sheet 21st Dec 2018 Download
Who's Who on the Ethos and Welfare Committee 21st Dec 2018 Download