Governance Statement for Oak Hill Academy
The governance of Oak Hill Academy is undertaken through the governance framework of the Aspirations Academies Trust.
Local governance is through Aspirations’ West London Regional Board and therefore the Chair of the Regional Board, Mrs Mandy Lancy is the Academy’s Chair of Governors.
The members of the West London Regional Board are shown below:
|Name/Details||Term of office (end date)|
|Mandy Lancy – Regional CEO West London & South Central||For duration of employment in this post|
|Gagandeep Khurl – Parent Governor (Primary)||31/10/2023|
|Vacancy – Parent Governor (Secondary)|
|Dee Howley – Co-opted Community/Business Link Governor||31/08/2023|
|Catherine Bunn (Nugent) – Co-opted Community/Business Link Governor||15/09/2025|
|Trustee Link Governor|
|Steve Kenning – Managing Director||For duration of employment in this post|
|Paula Kenning – Deputy Managing Director||For duration of employment in this post|
|Fokuo Achamfour-Yeboah – Chief Finance & Operations Officer||For duration of employment in this post|
|Dr Jeffery Quaye OBE – National Director of Education and Standards||For duration of employment in this post|
|John Reece – Director of HR and Compliance||For duration of employment in this post|
|Regional Principals/Heads of School|
|Aine Linney – Executive Principal, Oak Hill and Oriel Academies||For duration of employment in this post|
|Suvi Mohey – Principal, Park Academy||For duration of employment in this post|
|Andrew Morgan – Principal, Space Studio West London||For duration of employment in this post|
|Luke Homer – Acting Principal, Rivers Academy West London||For duration of employment in this post|
The Regional Board operates as part of a broader framework of governance within the Trust and further details of this are available from the following link:
Annual reports and accounts for all Aspirations academies are available here:
In addition to the formal governance framework, the Academy has a forum, to promote strong links with parents and the local community. While it is not part of the governance of the Academy, the forum provides a means for its members to gain a better understanding of the functioning of the Academy and identify matters they would like to have considered by the Regional Board.