Our Ambassadorial Advisory Group

Our Ambassadorial Advisory Group is made up of people who share a great passion for our academy.

Led by a chairperson, AAGs meet once per term, and will have at least two parent ambassadors elected to the group. They work closely with headteachers, regional and national staff as well as our trustees, and focus on the four Cs of Communication, Celebration, Complaints and Community.

AAG Charter

Please note that the board of trustees is the governing body for E-ACT and all E-ACT academies. The AAG is an advisory body only.

Attendance of trustees at meetings is published on the trust website within E-ACT’s annual report which also contains information on the structure and responsibilities of the board and its committees.

Other important documents that can be found on the trust website include:

  • Trustees’ business and financial interests
  • Articles of Association
  • Master Funding Agreement and Supplemental Agreements
  • E-ACT’s Scheme of Delegation which shows all delegated authorities from the board of trustees
  • E-ACT’s detailed governance overview, showing how we continue to meet all our statutory and regulatory requirements under our regionalised governance model

All of these documents can be found by clicking here

Our AAG members are:

Rebecca HelmChairperson
Stephanie ChittendenVice Chairperson
Sarah CraskMember of AAG
Nuala GloverMember of AAG
Nicola NealMember of AAG
David PrenticeMember of AAG
Dan HaynesMember of AAG
Gemma HaynesMember of AAG
Leigh TaylorMember of AAG
Emily WrightMember of AAG
Karl PearceMember of AAG
Anabela YourellMember of AAG

As we work hard to develop collaboration for E-ACT schools across Daventry, our AAG is made up of members from both E-ACT schools: The Parker, and Danetre and Southbrook Learning Village.

Meeting dates for 2018/2019

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