Beachborough School Trust is a registered charity (no. 309910). This means that Beachborough School makes an annual return to the Charities Commission detailing the school’s activities and accounts.
The Headmaster reports to a governing body who are Trustees of the Charitable Trust. They leave the day to day running of the school in his hands but advise, through committees, on finance, health and safety and risk.
The governors are intentionally drawn from many walks of life so that they can provide the Headmaster with wide-ranging, valuable advice. There is a Chairman of Governors and always at least two current parent governors on the board, which meets once a term with the Headmaster and the Bursar. One governor is the nominated Child Protection Adviser and the another is designated to deal with any concerns which parents may have, that can not be resolved through the school’s Complaints Procedure. Any parents with concerns they do not feel able to bring to members of staff should contact the current parent liaison governor, Elizabeth Wilson.
The school is run on a strict business plan as the school is a not for profit organization. Over the last decade, the school has invested over two million pounds in its facilities. Through careful planning and award-winning creative thinking, the school has built a superb new 700m2 sports hall, redeveloped a Wetlands area in Beachborough’s grounds and most recently created a first-class technology suite to raise the bar in engineering in Prep Schools.
The Chair of Governors, Mrs Sue Barrett can be contacted via our contact form.