Please note that we do not have any employees with a gross annual salary of more than £100,000.
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Declaration of Interests
Regulation 26 and Schedule 5 (15) of The School and Early Years Finance (England) Regulations 2013 require that all Local Authority Schemes for financing schools include details about the setting up of a register of any business interests of the governors and the headteacher. As of September 2015, it is a statutory requirement that governing bodies of maintained schools publish the register of interests on the school website, according to the statutory guidance, The constitution of governing bodies of maintained schools, March 2015.
Governors and staff must act and be seen to act impartially. All members of the governing body (maintained and academy) are required to complete a declaration of their business interests. In our governing body this will take place at the first meeting of the academic year and then updated before the start of each full meeting of the Governing Body.
There is no comprehensive definition of what constitutes a business interest, but declarations should include any links with individuals, businesses, contractors, directorships, shareholdings or other appointments where the school may purchase goods or services from or who are directly employed by the school. It should also include interests of related persons such as parent, spouse, co-habitee, child or business partners where influence could be exerted by that person over a governor or a member of staff.
Where a governor or member of staff or related person has any interest, either pecuniary or non-pecuniary, in a matter to be discussed at a governors’ meeting the governor or member of staff must declare their interest and withdraw from that part of the meeting.