OCMAT offer generic policies for its schools, which are reflected on this website. The individuality of each school’s context means there may be occasions when a school needs to include appendices to the main policy document in line with its own context. As a Trust, we continually review all our policies. Please click on the link above to view OCMAT Policies.
As an Academy Trust, our Articles of Association determine our governance structure. For a copy of this and further information about the Trust's governance, including membership and attendance at governance meetings, Please click HERE
Statutory information is found under membership and under policies.
Further information relating to our local and Trust governance can also be seen on the DFE Website 'Get Information About Schools' (GIAS). Please click HERE.
Recruitment of New Governors to the LMC.
For further information on becoming an LMC Governor within one of the Trust Schools, please visit our Vacancies page where you will find information on Roles and an application form. Vacancies / Our Community Multi Academy Trust (Ocmat.org.uk)
At Lynsted and Norton Primary School we have a Local Monitoring Council (LMC).
It consists of the Headteacher, a member of staff, a parent and other interested parties.
The LMC provides challenge to the Headteacher using the published School Development Plan (SDP) as a basis for monitoring.
Designated link governors from the LMC meet with accountable leaders to triangulate, challenge and monitor progress.
Area of Responsibility
LMC Member with Responsibility
SDP Area: Leadership and Management
SDP Area: SEND
SDP Area: Quality of Education
SDP Area: Health and Safety
Safeguarding Lead Governor
Graeme Bowden (Chair)
SDP Area: Outcomes for pupils (Disadvantaged, Pupil Premium, Sports Premium)
SDP Area: Behaviour and Attitudes
SDP Area: Personal Development
Safeguarding is the responsibility of all Governors
Day to Day management
The Headteacher is responsible for day-to-day management of the school.