the Academy Trust definition

the Academy Trust means the company intended to be regulated by these Articles and referred to in Article 2;
the Academy Trust means the board responsible for the running of the Multi-Academy Trust and other persons or bodies having responsibility for the management of the Multi- Academy Trust, typically the Trustees, and its academies, typically local governing bodies and Principals;
the Academy Trust means the company intended to be regulated by these Articles and referred to in Article 2, subject to the definition of this term at Article 6.9(a) in relation to articles 6.2-6.4 and 6.6-6.8A;

Examples of the Academy Trust in a sentence

  • Where fewer applicants than the published admission number(s) for the relevant year group are received, the Academy Trust will offer places at HNPS to all those who have applied.

  • Ensure that you are, and remain, compliant with the requirements of the Articles of Association and DfE regarding eligibility to be a Trustee.2. Ensure that you at all times comply with these expectations for Trustees.3. Ensure that you comply with policies of the Academy Trust that apply to Trustees, including the Scheme of Delegation, the Financial Procedures, and the policy and practice regarding conflicts of interest.Be prepared1.

  • The Funding Agreement is a binding contract between the Secretary of State and the Academy Trust for an Academy to open on a specified date.

  • Roisin Walsh is the accounting officer of the Academy Trust and will fulfil the role of Chief Executive (but shall be referred to as Executive Headteacher).

  • Where there is a vacancy amongst the Members, the Members shall consult with the Board of Trustees about the skills / experience / knowledge that a new Member should have given the needs and priorities of the Academy Trust prior to making any appointment;3.

  • The Admissions Policy determines admission procedures to the Academy Trust.

  • The General Equality DutyIn accordance with the Equality Act, whereby the Academy Trust is a public body, all committees must have due regard to the need to:• eliminate discrimination, harassment, victimisation and any other conduct that is prohibited by the Act• advance equality of opportunity between persons who share a relevant protected characteristic and persons who do not share it• foster good relations between persons who share a relevant protected characteristic and persons who do not share it.

  • This Policy provides a consolidated guide to one aspect of the implementation of the requirements of paragraph 10 (a) of the current Funding Agreement between the Secretary of State and the Academy Trust.

  • Ensure that you comply with policies of the Academy Trust that apply to Governors, including the Scheme of Delegation, the Financial Procedures, and the policy and practice regarding conflicts of interest.

  • In accordance with Article 93, the Board of Trustees is able to exercise all of the powers of the Academy Trust.


More Definitions of the Academy Trust

the Academy Trust means the company intended to be regulated by these Articles;
the Academy Trust means, save as otherwise defined at Article 6.9, the company intended to be regulated by these Articles and referred to in Article 2;
the Academy Trust means save as otherwise defined at Article
the Academy Trust means the company intended to be regulated by these Articles, ie Buckinghamshire UTC
the Academy Trust means the governing or other body responsible for the running of the Academy Trust and other persons or bodies having responsibility for the management of the Academy Trust, typically the Trustees, and its academies, typically local governing bodies and Headteachers;  “The trade unions” means the recognised trade unions as listed above; PRINCIPLES AND OBJECTIVES

Related to the Academy Trust

  • the Eileen Trust means the charitable trust of that name established on 29th March 1993 out of funds provided by the Secretary of State for the benefit of persons eligible for payment in accordance with its provisions;

  • the Macfarlane Trust means the charitable trust, established partly out of funds provided by the Secretary of State to the Haemophilia Society, for the relief of poverty or distress among those suffering from haemophilia;

  • the Macfarlane (Special Payments) Trust means the trust of that name, established on 29th January 1990 partly out of funds provided by the Secretary of State, for the benefit of certain persons suffering from haemophilia;

  • the Macfarlane (Special Payments) (No. 2) Trust means the trust of that name, established on 3rd May 1991 partly out of funds provided by the Secretary of State, for the benefit of certain persons suffering from haemophilia and other beneficiaries;