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Business and Pecuniary Interests 

General

To adhere to the School Standards and Framework Act 1998, Bishop Perowne CE College is required to maintain a register of business interests. The main purpose of maintaining a register is to ensure that the Governors and staff not only act impartially, but are also seen to act impartially.

The Nolan Committee

In May 1996, the Nolan Committee published a report on standards in public life as applicable to local public spending bodies. The report identified seven principles which should be applied in public life. These are: selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty and leadership. One important means by which a school may demonstrate that it is applying these principles is by maintaining a Register of Business Interests.

Register of Business Interests

The Governing Board and School personel have a responsibility to avoid any conflict between their business and personal interests and affairs and the interests of the School. A register of business interests is maintained for both Governors and School personel with significant financial responsibilities,

The register includes all business interests such as directorships, share holdings and other appointments of influence within a business or other organisation that may have dealings with the College. The disclosures also include business interests of relatives and other individuals who may exert influence.  Bishop Perowne CE College ensures the register is up to date and complete, includes all Governors and relevant staff and in this regard signed and dated.  Individual records are maintained for each governor and relevant member of staff and where there are no business interests to declare a nil return is kept.

For each governor who has served at any point over the past 12 months; a list of business and personal interests, pecuniary (financial) and non-pecuniary of the Governors and any immediate family is presented below.

This page will be updated after the first full Governor's meeting in the new academic year

Register of Business and Pecuniary Interests 2018-2019
  Pecuniary Interests Personal Interests
Name of Governor / Associate Date of Appointment Date of Resignation / Retirement Businesses (of which I am a partner/proprietor) Company directorships Charity trusteeships Any other conflict Immediate family/close connections to the governor  working in school Business involvement/ company directorships or trusteeships of family/close connections to the governor (e.g. a business the school might deal with) Other schools where I am a governor Date interest ceased
Margaret Haywood 29/06/2012 07/11/2020 - - - - - - - -
Claire Hollins 12/10/2012 20/11/2020 - - - - - - - -
Matthew Bunn 13/04/2015 12/04/2019 - DTVG UK Limited (from 09/2016)

Directv Limited (from 09/2016)

DTVG Europe Limited (from 09/2016)

AMSUK Limited (from 09/2016)
The Parochial Church Council of the Ecclesiastical Parish of St Stephen, Barbourne - - - Member for The Village Multi-Academy Trust -
Mark Pollard (Accounting Officer) 01/05/2015   - - - - - - - -
Judith Pettersen 26/06/2015 25/06/2019 - - - - - Husband is governor at The King's School - -
Timothy Clarke 29/08/2016 27/08/2020 - - Grantham Yorke - - - -  
Caroline Fitzmaurice 08/11/2016 07/11/2020 - - - - - - -  
Iain Williams 21/11/2016 20/11/2020 - - - - - - -  
Bryan Allbut 01/04/2017 01/04/2021                
Tracey France 09/01/2018 08/01/2022   D2E (Dormant Company)         Digitech Studio School, Bristol (from 09/2015) 18/01/2018

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