Anthem Community Council
Anthem delegates certain responsibilities to a local Anthem Community Council (ACCs) through an agreed scheme of delegation.
As part of a multi-academy trust, our school is not restricted to the traditional model of local governance that most people are familiar with.
Society is changing, and our governance structures need to change with it. Anthem is leading the way by launching a completely new kind of governance across its 16 schools with local views, experiences, and expertise at its heart.
You can find out more about the strategy on the Anthem website.
The new name for local governing bodies is Anthem Community Councils (ACCs). Members of the ACCs will be known as Anthem Community Council members (ACCMs).
ACCs will have four delegated areas of responsibility:
- Send, inclusion and safeguarding.
Each ACC will include Anthem Community Council members who are Champions in key areas such as safeguarding, SEND and inclusion, and climate change.
The current members of our ACC are:
(Appointed Chair February 2022)
Parent of two pupils at LCA. Teacher of Maths, KSHS facilitator, NCETM Assessor, NPQ online facilitator LEAD TS Hub. Member of strategic board EME Maths Hub. A NASUWT Chartered Mathematician.
Employed as Organisational Development Consultant (digital/online) at Nottingham Trent University. Director at Vikkas Ltd. Fellow of Advance HE. Member of Association for Learning Technology (ALT). Children attend LCA.
ACC members can be contacted via the main school address. You can find this on the Contact us page of this website. If you wish to contact Mr Douglas Drake, Chair of Anthem Community Council, you can do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
A summary table of members' interests and meeting attendance for the last full academic year can be found by clicking on the link below
Do you want to make a difference?
If you are passionate about contributing to your community and are interested in finding more out about being part of your school’s ACC, we would love to hear from you!
For further details, please click on the link below to complete this short expression of interest form and a member of our Governance Team will be in touch