The academy is governed by the Local Academy Council. (LAC). The LAC has 12 members.
The Chair of the Local Academy Council (LAC) is Mrs. Rachel Bailye and the Vice-Chair is Mrs. Elizabeth Calcott.
There is one parent member: Mr. J. Baker and one parent member vacancy.
There are two co-opted member vacancies.
The full list of Local Academy Council Members, their roles and involvement is available below.
The Chair of the Local Academy Council can be contacted as follows:
Mrs. Rachel Bailye
Chief Operating Officer - Staffordshire University Academies Trust
Kern House, Brooms Road, Stone, ST15 0TL
Tel: 01782 987120 Mobile: 07841 033510
|Category||Name||Roles||Term of Office|
|Co-opted||Mrs S Bradley||
Special Educational Needs & Inclusion
|Mrs C Young||
PSED Link Governor
Christine sits on the Headteacher's Performance Management Committee
|Mrs. R. Bailye||
Rachel Bailye is employed as the Chief Operating Officer for Staffordshire University Academies Trust; providing direction to the business support function within the Trust's academies, planning, leading and implementing organisational development and ensuring resources are used effectively. Rachel is also on the Local Academy Council at Boney Hay Primary Academy.
Prior to working for SUAT, Rachel was the Assistant Principal (Business & Finance) at Staffordshire University Academy. Rachel has worked as a Director of Business & Finance at a maintained secondary school and led a 14 - 19 Vocational Educational Centre.
Outside of her employment for SUAT, Rachel runs two businesses; Moss Properties and The Old Farm Dog Boarding. Rachel is married with two children aged 12 and 7. In her spare time Rachel is an avid horse rider and both last year and this has competed her horse at national level.
Rachel's roles are: Chair; Safeguarding Link Governor; EYFS Link Governor
Rachel sits on the Acorns Committee (Governor Run Provision) and the Headteacher's Performance Management Committee.
|Mrs E Calcott||
Elizabeth is British Values Link Governor and Music Link Governor
Elizabeth sits on the Acorns Committee (Governor Run Provision) and the Headteacher's Performance Management Committee.
|Mr. I. Bistricianu||
I love making children happy and to do amazing things in order to help them develop their personality.
During my career of Teaching Assistant, University Teaching Assistant, Lecturer I had the chance to help pupil taking off through real life’s challenges.
The main reason that pushed me to this volunteer job is helping the children to have great condition to learn, grow and achieve most of their potential. Working close with Mrs Threlkeld and my colleagues Governors gives me a great honour and confidence of taking the best decisions for all pupils of our outstanding Perton Primary Academy.
Ionut's roles are: Maths Link Governor; Geography Link Governor
|Parent||Mr. G. Baker||
Looked After Children
|Staff||Mrs L Wallett||
|Mrs E Threlkeld||
|Mr S Naik||
|Associate||Mrs K Willis||
|Mrs. D. Bate||
Debra Bate is employed as the Bursar for Perton Primary Academy; providing business support to the academy, managing the academy's finances, health and safety, premises, HR, safeguarding, administration and Acorns nursery & out of school club, ensuring the academy's resources are used effectively. Debra was previously Chair of Governors at St. Mary & St. Chad First School and instrumental in establishing the Wolgarston Collaboration.
Prior to working for Perton Academy, Debra's roles have included Parish Council Manager, Auditor, School Admission Appeals Clerk, Governor Services Clerk, Democracy Support Officer, Communications & Marketing Manager, Export Sales Executive and DJ The Beacon Radio Bear.
Outside of her employment for Perton Primary Academy, Debra is married with two children aged 13 and 11. In her spare time Debra plays cricket, sings in a choir, performs in amateur drama productions and has been known to tap dance.
Debra's roles are: Modern Foreign Languages (MFL) Link Governor
Debra sits on the Acorns Committee (Governor Run Provision)
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