Teaching and Learning and Ethos Committee
The Teaching & Learning Committee plays a significant role in helping the school and the Trust achieve its core purpose of:
- Delivering outstanding outcomes for all pupils
- Supporting the effectiveness and impact of the schools’ provision for Social, Moral, Cultural and Spiritual purpose (SMSC)
- Supporting the school's child protection and safeguarding policy
- Monitoring attendance at school level
The committee will aim to meet termly, as a guide in September, November, March and June.
2021/22 committee members are: Sarah Marshall (Chair), Isabelle Ashton, Simon Billington (Link Trustee), Jeremy Handscomb, Sophie Cowdell and Oliver Ridley.
Within the Redstart Learning Partnership, each of our schools is accountable to the Board of Directors. To ensure excellent links between the Board of Directors and the school, Holy Trinity, has an Ethos Committee which meets regularly to discuss community issues and to ensure that the school is continually moving forwards towards its goal of becoming an excellent Church of England primary school.
The Ethos Committee is responsible for overseeing the spiritual development of the school in line with the Church of England's Vision for Education.
If you would like to get involved in our Ethos Committee, please use the contact us form on this website.
The 2021/2022 Ethos Committee members are Sarah Marshall (Chair) Fr Julian Laurence, Jeremy Handscomb, Isabelle Ashton, Verity Saunders, Joanne Skitteral. for further information please get in touch through the school office.