Our local academy board are dedicated to supporting the staff, infrastructure and especially the pupils at Wainwright Primary Academy. They are volunteers who give their time and commitment freely.

The job of the local academy board is to support and challenge the academy's senior leadership team to raise achievement and realise the potential of all the students, supporting the vision and ethos of the academy.

The academy board is responsible for a wide range of matters, with three core functions:
- setting the vision and strategic direction of the academy
- holding the academy director to account for its educational performance
- ensuring financial resources are well spent

The Academies Financial Handbook (s2.5.2) requires the publication on the academy website of certain information about governance in academies.

Please find a link here to the Diverse Academies Trust area on the Diverse Academies website, from where you can find details of our trustees, structure, and scheme of delegation.

If you wish to contact the Local Academy Body, please contact Emma Paine at the Academy - - 01623 623559

LAB members as of 10 January 2018

Please see below our current academy board members. To find out more about each member, click on their names to see a pen portrait which includes details of their responsibilities and a brief history.

Become an academy governor
Being an academy governor is a hugely rewarding form of voluntary work. It offers the opportunity to make a real contribution to the education of our younger generation right at the cutting edge. Please see the documents below if you are interested in finding out more about being a governor of Wainwright Primary Academy, together with details of how to apply and application forms.