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Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

Exceptional Education at the Heart of the Community

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Academy Council

The Oasis North Bristol Hub Council is based on a model of governance established at all Oasis Academies.

It provides a key link between the Academy, parents and the local community, keeping an eye on how plans are implemented and ensuring that the Oasis ethos remains at the heart of the enterprise.

The Oasis North Bristol Hub Council includes representatives of parents, teachers, and the community.

There is a massive need for school governors everywhere including Academies, and we are always keen to hear from people interested in joining the Oasis North Bristol Hub Council.

There’s no doubt that Brightstowe is a remarkable school with a very exciting future. It's success is a tribute to staff, students, parents and the whole community.

 

Academy Council Members up to 24 September 2018

Name Surname AC Category Role on AC Date Appointed Date Re-appointed End Date
Business/Pecuniary interests
Attendance for 2018
Nicola (Nicki) Clark Parent Councillor Chair, Prevent, Safeguarding, PP May-13 02/05/2016 24/09/2018 None 1 of 1
Elaine Miller Business & Finance Director Health & Safety     24/09/2018 None 1 of 1
Jonathan Sims Williams Sponsor Councillor   Jun-13 02/06/2016 24/09/2018 None 1 of 1
Melanie Powell Support Staff Vice Chair May-13 02/05/2016 24/09/2018 None 1 of 1
Isobel Tobias Sponsor Councillor   Jan-14 n/a 24/09/2018 Red Maids' Education, from 2001 1 of 1
Joe Docherty Principal       24/09/2018 None 1 of 1
Deborah Marsh Parent Councillor   Feb-16 n/a 24/09/2018 Husband Trustee: Woodlands Group of Churches (2008), George Muller Trust (2010), Bristol Noise (2011),  Love Running CIO (2016) (Charitable Orgs). 1 of 1
Heidi Simpson Business Sponsor   Feb-16 n/a 24/09/2018 None 1 of 1