Members and Directors
The Members of the Multi Academy Trust (Bishop Alan Hopes, Monsignor Tony Rogers, Mr Fred Corbett, Diocesan Schools Director Julie O'Connor, and Chair of Directors Ruth Hollis) appoint the Board of Directors to ensure the MAT is run in accordance with its aims and object.
The Directors are responsible for
Ensuring the quality of educational provision
Challenging and monitoring performance
Managing finances and property
Managing the Headteachers of each academy
Register of interests - Members and Directors
The Directors are:
Flavio Vettese -
Deputy Director of the Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia's Diocesan Schools Commission.
Peter Godfrey -
REACH Business Manager and Principal Consultant at Cambridge Environmental Assessments, part of RSK ADAS ltd.
Brian Conway -
Chief Executive Officer, previously Headteacher of Notre Dame High School.
John Prestage -
Retired underwriter, specialising in risk management and audit. Governor experience at St John Fisher, Peterborough. Vice-Chair of the MAT Board.
Darryl Smith -
Operations Director for YMCA Norfolk. Extensive experience in social housing, and homeless strategy and policy. Designated Safeguarding Lead.
Glen Batchelor -
Wealth of experience and skills gained globally from various companies in technology and public sector procurement.
Ruth Hollis -
Chief Executive, Spirit of 2012. Chair of the MAT Board of Directors.
Dan Mckeown -
Headteacher of Coltishall Primary School, with extensive experience of leadership coaching and development.
Tom Waterworth -
Retired Headteacher with wide experience of Catholic school leadership, education strategy and development.
Phil Beecher -
Chief Operating Officer at a Norfolk MAT. Chartered accountant with wide experience of strategy, risk management, procurement and governance.
Gerry Batty -
Recently retired Executive Headteacher and CEO of the Wensum Trust. Passionate about narrowing the gap for less fortunate children.