Register of Interests
Governors and staff members who regularly attend meetings of the governing body and its committees must declare any business or personal interest that might influence any decision they may make especially in financial matters. Any governor with such an interest must declare it annually and notify the school of any changes that occur. Where there is a conflict of interest the governor must withdraw from the meeting and take no part in the discussions or vote. The agenda of each meeting requires governors and non-governors present to declare any interest they may have in any of the items to be discussed.
Below is a summary of the most recent register for the year 2018-19.
Nature of Pecuniary Interest
|Linda Campbell||Head teacher||Employed by the School||NONE|
|Dahs Chae||Governor SDBE||Employee of UBS AG||NONE|
|William Wilson||Foundation Governor||Vicar of St Stephens Church||NONE|
|Mumtaz Arthur||Foundation Governor||Employee of NHS||NONE|
|Chris Maxsted||Foundation Governor||Employee of HM Treasury||NONE|
|Tola Ojuolape||Foundation Governor||Aedas Interiors||NONE|
|Zoe Avenell||Governor SDBE||Employee of Urban Performance||NONE|
|Evelyn Ajayi||Parent Governor||Kennington Park Academy||NONE|
|Caily Marcus||Parent Governor||Wandsworth and Richmond Council||NONE|
|Amy Fowler||LA Governor||ABRSM||NONE|
|Rebecca Heywood||Foundation Governor||Civil Servent||NONE|