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implemented. Until the end of such six (6) month period, the Trust shall continue to accept and implement orders by the Company for the purchase and redemption of shares of the Trust.
implemented. 12 The cluster budget cycle is as follows: Spring Term • If necessary, the cluster finance headteacher prepares a third revision of the budget for the current year for the cluster governors’ committee to consider at its meeting in the first half of the term. • The approved cluster budget revision is sent to the LA by 28 February. • A draft budget plan for the coming financial year, and two further years, is prepared by the cluster finance headteacher and taken to the cluster governors’ committee meeting in the second half of the spring term. The cluster governors’ committee will carefully consider the budget plan and a report from the cluster finance headteacher before approving the cluster’s budget plan. • The cluster finance headteacher submits the approved cluster budget plan to the LA by 1 May each year. Summer Term • The cluster finance headteacher prepares a first revision of the cluster budget for the cluster governors’ committee to consider and approve. The revision takes account of the actual balance in hand from the previous financial year. • The approved cluster budget revision is sent to the LA by the end of the summer term, as per Norfolk’s Scheme for Financing Schools.
implemented. 9 As set out in its’ terms of reference, the cluster governors’ committee is responsible for: • agreeing and approving draft budgets in time for submission to the LA by 1 May each year • all financial appraisalsforecasting cluster numbers on roll and future resources • monitoring and adjusting in-year expenditure • ensuring accounts are properly closed and reviewing the outturn positionevaluating the effectiveness of financial decisions 10 Any review of staffing should be recommended by the cluster finance headteacher to the cluster governors’ committee, which should assess the budgetary implications of the recommendations prior to agreeing to the recommendations. The Cluster finance headteacher 11 The cluster governors’ committee delegate responsibility for the day-to-day operational management of the cluster finances to the cluster finance headteacher. 12 The cluster finance headteacher ensures compliance with the financial regulations in Norfolk’s Scheme for Financing Schools. 13 The cluster finance headteacher ensures that sound systems of internal control are in place. 14 The cluster finance headteacher compiles draft budgets. 15 The cluster finance headteacher monitors the budget monthly and supplies the cluster governors’ committee with monitoring information. The information for the cluster governors’ committee takes the form of Norfolk’s budget proforma, includes committed expenditure and is accompanied by the cluster finance headteacher’s written commentary.
implemented. If neither an OCIP or a CCIP is implemented, each of Owner and Contractor, as applicable, shall maintain the coverages specified in Section 16.1, with the following exceptions, such coverages to be reimbursed by Owner on a Time and Materials Basis:
implemented. The Staff 16 Staff comply with financial regulations in Norfolk’s Scheme for Financing Schools and any cluster specific requirements. 17 Staff are responsible for any budget whose management is delegated to them. Expenditure Limits 18 The inclusion of an item in the approved budget plan gives authority to spend, save that the cluster finance headteacher seeks approval from the cluster governors’ committee for any individual transaction in excess of £…….. 19 The cluster finance headteacher authorises virements up to £……. Above this amount cluster governors’ committee approval is sought. All virements are minuted. Orders 20 Quotations are obtained or tenders sought for purchases exceeding the limits set out in Norfolk’s Scheme for Financing Schools. Minutes 21 Minutes are taken which record the basis for any decisions made and clearly state the decisions themselves. Draft minutes are circulated to members of the committee within one week of its meeting and are agreed and signed at its next meeting. The minutes of all meetings are reported to the cluster governors’ committee and thence to the meetings of individual schools’ governing bodies. Register of Business Interests 22 The cluster finance headteacher maintains a register of business interest for governors and for staff who influence financial decisions. The register is attached at Appendix 2. (See appendices 2 & 3 of the CFPM) Key Financial Tasks 23 The finance committee undertake the key financial tasks each term as outlined in the document at Appendix 3. (See Appendix 4 of the CFPM) B FINANCIAL PLANNING Implemented 1 The cluster development plan includes a statement of its educational priorities to guide the planning process. The cluster development plan states the priorities in sufficient detail to provide the basis for constructing budget plans. 2 There is a clear, identifiable link between the cluster’s annual budget and the cluster development plan. 3 For each of the key issues in the cluster development plan, costs and other inputs are identified and budgets prepared. 4 The cluster development plan is reviewed in the autumn term to ensure that educational priorities are stated for the next three years and shows how the use of resources is linked to achieving the goals. 5 The cluster budget is revised after the review of the development plan and resources identified within the budget to deliver the plan’s priorities 6 The cluster budget is maintained for the current financial year and two further ...

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