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Every elected member of the BPFA committee is a charity trustee (has the legal right and responsibility for running the association until our next AGM). This includes those that are office holders (our Chair, Secretary, Treasurer etc.) as well as those that are ordinary committee members (those that don't hold an office).
The office holders below were all appointed at the first AGM of BPFA held on Monday 26th June 2017 and will run the association for the next 12 to 15 months until the next AGM.
|Vacancy||Sally Patterson||Claire Hollins||Bethan Simpson|
|Representing||Parent with a child in year 8||Governor
Parent with children in years 8 and 10.
|Parent with a child in year 11|
|Michael Simpson||Rachel Hatfield||Gorja Breeze||Lisa Dyson|
|Parent with a child in year 11||Parent with a child in year 7||Parent with a child in year 7||Parent with children in years 8 and 10.|
|Caroline Wharton||Lexie Stobie||Vacancy||Vacancy|
|Representing||Assistant Business Manager and Friends / School Link||Representing||Representing|
We, as trustees, decide as a committee how to spend the funds we raise. We take advice from the headteacher at our school and/or other members of the senior leadership team on goods and/or services that are required to advance the education of students at the current time.
We may undertake some longer term projects depending on the needs identified to advance the education of students at the school. For example, funding a theatre redevelopment or classroom build. These may require funds to be raised over a longer period.
If you wish to join the committee or become a regular helper at any of our events, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get in touch to let you know how you can help.
You are most welcome to come along to any of our meetings to see what we are all about and how you might support the school, you don't have to be on the Committee.
It is a legal requirement that Disclosure and Barring Service Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checks are conducted on those members or volunteers who are undertaking a regulated activityâ' as part of safeguarding procedures.
DBS checks to "Enhanced with Barred list" level should be undertaken for these activities.
Regulated activity is any form of activity, which involves unsupervised contact with children or vulnerable adults to either:
It also does not include work by 'supervised' volunteers provided that the activity is supervised by someone who has undergone a DBS check.