The Education Network for Waltham Forest
 
Supported by Waltham Forest

Strategic Issue: Funding

Schools Forum

Schools Forum is a statutory forum through which consultation must be undertaken in relation to the local distribution of school funding

The Forum consults and advises schools on the following:

    • Changes to the local funding formula
    • Changes in new contracts affecting schools, i.e. school meals
    • Pupil Premium
    • Administrative arrangements for the allocation of central government grants paid to schools via the local authority

Membership is made up of representatives from LA maintained schools and academies. Representatives of other non-school organisations, such as nursery and 14-19 education providers, are also present. The forum meeting six times during each academic year. 

Current school representatives:

Nursery Secondary
Sandra Campbell - Church Hill Nursery School and Children's Centre & Low Hall Nursery School and Children's Centre Shona Ramsay - The Lammas School (Chair) 
Primary Grainne Smyth - Leytonstone School
Jane Harris - Edinburgh Primary Lynnette Parvez - Kelmscott School
Kate Jennings - Mission Grove Primary Secondary (Academy)
Lindsey Lampard - Chingford CofE Primary Mark Morrall - Chingford Foundation/Rushcroft 
Linda Adair - Henry Maynard Primary School and Nursery Gareth Cross - Connaught School for Girls
Primary (Academy) Rob Pittard - Norlington School for Boys
Maureen Okoye - Davies Lane Primary Academy & Selwyn Primary (Vice-Chair) Special School Representative
Lynne Harrowell - Larkswood Primary Academy Gary Pocock - Hornbeam Academy
Anne Powell - Riverley Primary PRU Representative
  Julian Lee - Hawkswood Group

Dates of future Schools Forum meetings can be found on the Council's website, while reports from previous Schools Forum meetings are now all saved on The Hub.

Further information on School Forum regulations can also be accessed from the Department for Education

 

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Last updated: 
Friday, 6 May, 2016
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