Governors - Interim Executive Board

The governance at Round Oak school was changed during the summer of 2019 and this is a message from the chair of the new body, called the Interim Executive Board (IEB).

"Warwickshire County Council has disbanded the schools governing board and replaced it with an Interim Executive Board (IEB). The members of the IEB have significant experience of working with and teaching children and young adults with learning needs, also of school improvement and governance. It is anticipated that the IEB will be in place for one year until September 2020 at which time the school should return to standard governance arrangements."

A letter was sent to all parents, grandparents and carers on Tuesday 04 September explaining the new arrangements and you can read this letter from the download link at the bottom of this page.

Members of the Interim Executive Board

Ian Pavey (Chair) Recently retired Senior Civil Servant from the Department of Work and Pensions and Ian is currently the Chair of Governors at Ridgeway School.
   
Maggie Hawker Worked as a teacher in mainstream schools for more than 20 years and has developed an interest in special needs education in that time. Maggie currently works for the Specialist Teaching Service and School Improvement Team at Warwickshire County Council.
   
Lyn Johnson Lyn has been involved in education all her adult life. Lyn has been a school improvement officer, a school leader and governor on both primary and secondary bodies supporting several schools from ‘requires improvement’ to ‘good’. Lyn is currently Chair of Governors at Blue Coat School in Coventry.
   
Katharine Latham A Chartered Accountant and Finance Director with over 25 years commercial business experience. Katharine is a Trustee of Stowe Valley Multi Academy Trust, Vice-chair of Governors at Bilton School and was previously a Governor at her children’s primary school for 9 years.
   
Hilary Ward A teacher of the deaf and visually impaired by background. Hilary was CEO and Principal of the Seashell Trust a charity which ran schools and young adult homes for children with very severe learning and communication difficulties. These services were consistently rated ‘outstanding’. Since retiring Hilary has continued to be a lead inspector with Ofsted and is Chair of the Governing Board at Central England Academies Trust.

 

Please note: The reminder of the Governor section (Register of Interests, Term of Reference etc.) contains information about the activity of the previous Governing body - this is a requirement that we maintain the last two years'  information on the website.