Governance Board

The overarching responsibility for Governance of the academy lies with the Academies Enterprise Trust (AET) Board of Trustees.

Follow these links for: the Governance Framework of the Trust, the Articles of Association, Master Funding Agreement and each academy Supplemental Funding Agreement.


If you would like access to the academy's governing board meeting minutes, you may request a copy from the Clerk to the governing board.

Kingsley Academy - Governing Board Composition and Key Information

Governance is all about holding management to account. Principals are formally held to account by the members of Local Governing Boards who also act as a ‘check and balance’, ensuring that the various aspects of school-support services provided by AET are also held to account.

Legal status of Governing Boards

Governing Boards are subject to company and charity law. Members of Governing Boards are not legal directors or trustees and are generally protected from personal liability, presuming that they act:

  • diligently, honestly and in good faith,
  • in compliance with prevailing laws and statutory guidance
  • within the parameters established by the AET Trustees

All members of the Governing Board carry equal responsibility for decisions made.

Chair - Robert Turner


Robert is an experienced educationalist, combining many years of teaching with providing senior leadership and advisory support to schools, local authorities and multi-academy trusts. A former adviser on the Department for Children, Schools and Families National Challenge programme, he is well versed in providing support for schools in challenging urban contexts. He is a specialist in developing effective governance and, as an experienced chair of governors.

Vice Chair - David Brockie


David is a former headteacher and currently works for Hounslow Local Authority as its Senior Education Advisor.


Ali Messer


Ali has 35 years experience in education as a teacher educator and secondary school teacher. She has a particular interest in enabling new teachers to learn fast and fulfil their potential, so their pupils do well. She lives in Hounslow and is keen to see Kingsley Academy make a strong contribution to the local community. Her children went to local state schools and know just how much difference a good school can make to a child.

Bobbie Basra


Bobbie has a wide experience base across a range of organisations. She is currently a partnership director with a telecommunications company. Bobbie is a JP and an active member of the local community including being a radio station broadcaster.

Coralie Evison


Coralie was educated at local state schools and currently works as a project manager in the energy industry. She is a chartered accountant and has a background in finance.


Andrew Redmond

Biography to follow.


Charlie Paterson (Master of Classics at Eton College)

Biography to follow.


Peer Governor TBC

Biography to follow.


Tyrone Myton (Richmond Park Academy) (Peer Governor)

Biography to follow.


Advisory Boards


A critical component of good academy governance is the representation and contribution from other stakeholders in the academy, notably staff, parents and the wider local community, including business and not-for-profit organizations such as charities and faith institutions.


Consequently, there will be two further bodies which underpin academy-level governance:


  1. A Joint Consultative Committee (JCC), representing employees. The outcomes ofJCC meetings will be presented to the Governing Board as a standing item on the agenda. The JCC members at Kingsley Academy are:
  • Karen Kemble
  • Gil Turner


2. A Parent and Community Advisory Board (PCAB) is the representative body for parents and the wider community, and promotes contributions to the academy from any stakeholder. The PCAB members also support panels for admission and staff and pupil disciplinary matters.The membership of this Advisory Board includes a minimum of TWO appointed parents (from unconnected families), plus other key people from the wider community, including local employers and voluntary organisations. Our PCAB members are detailed below:

Chair: Niina Moliere-Palapa

Vice Chair: Jean Kingshott and Dot Hasler

Members

PC Julie Dracupp

PC Dave Wallis

Sahar Dafaa

Sally George

Max Dhiman

Lovekesh Sharma

Sandeep Vashist

Suzanne Hamilton

Tania Abrey

Anisha Sharma

Dan Arsic

Nathan Smith