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26/02/24

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26/02/24

Primary & secondary pupils visited Cecil Sharp House today as part of modulo music scheme to encourage young people to join music ensembles & orchestras Pupils had a great time & can’t wait to preform on 1st July! 🎶 🎺🎷🎹 pic.twitter.com/wTQjHbungJ

22/02/24

Thank you to our Director of Music & fab facilities team who have ensured our ukulele’s can be displayed with pride! Look out for primary ukulele club starting soon! pic.twitter.com/3gYPDHxPY5

20/02/24

Can you spare £10?Crowdfunding to support children and their families at Harris Academy Tottenham. on JustGiving https://t.co/c1qDsH7h9f

20/02/24

Our Year 5 travel ambassadors are out with and to monitor speed of drivers near our academy pic.twitter.com/p0eRECTyDL

19/02/24

It’s never ok to target women with unwanted sexual advances and intimidating remarks. It’s abusive and it’s sexual harassment. Stop it by telling our charity what you know, 100% anonymously. Let’s make the streets safer for our women and girls.

19/02/24

6th Formers learning how the culture at university can often be focussed around ways to “by-pass consent”

19/02/24

Provocative talk on sex & consumerist attitudes to consent & aggressive and intimidation around relationships pic.twitter.com/Ce72EW0Kn8

19/02/24

EDUCATION TO END GENDER INEQUALITY AND GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE  Our 6th Form transfixed by our annual workshop with Bold Voices https://t.co/CJoaQ89cuD pic.twitter.com/qeANeKBltf

19/02/24

A lovely new paved pedestrianised roadway emerging on Burdock Road, pic.twitter.com/29TJNjIntT

14/02/24

Things are taking shape at the end of Ashley Road- take a look at this video to see progress so far! https://t.co/gH0zgKQPGA

12/02/24

If you want to work in an academy with👉excellent behaviour in lessons👉a no-marking policy👉a supportive SLT and a collaborative cultureThen come and work with us at Harris Tottenham and apply below. Visitors are more than welcome. pic.twitter.com/0m8ewJcTjb

12/02/24

If you want to work in an academy with👉excellent behaviour in lessons👉a no-marking policy👉a supportive SLT and a collaborative cultureThen come and work with us at Harris Tottenham and apply below. Visitors are more than welcome. pic.twitter.com/0m8ewJcTjb

12/02/24

“No luck needed…I’m here to eliminate luck..” says one student here to revise & prep for their GCSEs in chemistry & geography pic.twitter.com/srjg0B1jAZ

08/02/24

So how is the park transformation going? Well today - nowhere ! Rain stops play - save for the Egyptian ducks pic.twitter.com/8JOSlNgGIW

08/02/24

Another highlight from .., luckily at HLAW we don’t believe that ‘bambinatum est magitum’ pic.twitter.com/6hV4ILVwpk

08/02/24

Another highlight from .., luckily at HLAW we don’t believe that ‘bambinatum est magitum’ pic.twitter.com/6hV4ILVwpk

08/02/24

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Governance & Scheme of Delegation (Academies)

The role of governor

Within England, there are over 300,000 School/Academy Governors, who form the largest volunteer force in the country. The roles of individual Governors, and subsequently members of a Governing Body, work collectively to perform a strategic role and carry out key functions such as:

  • Discuss and set the aims and objectives for the Academy.
  • Set the required policies for achieving those aims and objectives.
  • Set the required targets for achieving those aims and objectives.
  • Monitor and evaluate the progress that the Academy is making towards it’s set aims and objectives.

Finally the role of role of the Academy Governor is to be a source of challenge and support to the Executive Principal, i.e. a 'critical friend.'


The governing body of Harris Academy Tottenham

The Academy is a member of the Harris Federation. Ultimate responsibility for the Academy rests with the Board of Trustees of the Federation, (Federation governance details and scheme of delegation can be found here), but much of the work of the Board is delegated to the Local Governing Body (the Governors of the Academy). Some Governors are appointed by the Federation whilst others are elected by parents or guardians of students at the Academy or by staff. The details of the Governors at Harris Academy Tottenham are shown below.


The Chair of the Academy Governing Body at Harris Academy Tottenham is Ms Amanda Dewinter. Ms Dewinter can be contacted via Harris Academy Tottenham's address or via the Clerk to the Governing Body.

The Clerk to the Governing Body is Ms Nandarene Parmer who can be contacted by email: Nandarene.Parmer@harrisgovernors.org.uk.


Name

Date of Appointment /reappointment

Term of Office

Appointed as

Resignation Date

Relevant Business and Pecuniary

Interests declared

Meetings attended

2020-21

Key Responsibilities

Sir Daniel Moynihan

11/12/2018

4 years

Sponsor Governor

N/A

CEO of Harris Federation

 

1 / 4

 

Ms Amanda Dewinter

01/09/2020

4 years

Sponsor Governor, Chair of Governing Body

N/A

None

4 / 4

 

Mr Nick Soar

01/09/2019

Ex officio

Executive Principal

N/A

None

4 / 4

 

Ms Emily Smith

01/09/2018

Ex officio

Head of Primary

N/A

None

4 / 4

 

Mr Chris Everitt

10/12/2020

4 years

Sponsor Governor

N/A

None

0 / 2

 

Ms Rebecca Hickey

01/04/2021

4 years

Sponsor Governor

N/A

Harris Federation  Secondary Director

Trustees Farmington Trust Januray 2022

0 / 4

 

Mr Oliver Bailey-Green 

06/05/2022 4 years Staff Governor (Teaching) N/A None N/A  

Mr Darryl Scott

21/12/2016 and

12/12/2020

4 years

Sponsor Governor

N/A

None

4 / 4

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Mr Marlon Bruce

18/12/2018

4 years

Sponsor Governor, Vice Chair of Governing Body

N/A

None

4 / 4

 

Mr Richard Alderman

11/09/2019

4 years

Sponsor Governor

N/A

None

4 / 4

Sixth Form & Careers

Ms Kofo Anifowoshe

02/12/2020

4 years

Sponsor Governor

N/A

None

3 / 3

Equalities

Mr Adam Taub

17/02/2020

4 years

Sponsor Governor

N/A

None

2 / 2

Curriculum

Mr Paul Brightley-Jones 01/11/2021 4 years Sponsor Governor N/A None N/A Safeguarding
Ms Vicky Bingham 07/07/2022 4 years Sponsor Governor N/A None N/A Curriculum

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