The charity governance code and you
Graham Shaw, Consultant
- Organisational purpose
- Risk and control
- Board effectiveness
- Openness and accountability
Take home points:
- Complying with your exempt charity status can enhance the effective delivery of education for your students
- Adopting the Charity Governance Code can help you to comply with your legal and regulatory obligations while also promoting the wider success of your school or academy trust
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About the speaker:
Graham has worked exclusively with schools and academies since 2003 with particular expertise in the governance and regulatory compliance of maintained schools and academy trusts covering the full range of provision: primary, secondary, all-through, special, alternative and hospital provision, church academies, co-operative academies, multi academy trusts and single academy trusts. He is also a trustee of Elevate Multi Academy Trust, a multi-academy trust with ten primary academies spanning two local authorities and academies in two Church of England Dioceses.
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