Finance, Audit & Risk Committee

Responsible for:

Management of planning, monitoring, probity and value for money of Trust finances

Advise Board on adequacy and effectiveness of Trust governance, risk management and internal control systems

Advise Board on appointment of external auditor, internal auditor or other assurance provider.

Neil Dawson (Chair), Ian Hookway and Mel Sproston

Remuneration Committee

Responsible for:

Setting the remuneration policy for the Trust

Monitor the level and structure of remuneration within the Trust

Reviewing the Staff Performance Management Policy and Trust Pay Policy

Prepare and submit recommendations to the Board for remuneration of Executive Leadership Team

Complete performance review of the Chief Executive

Mel Sproston, David Gooda (Chair) and Erin Hill

United by our values,
we place children and
young people first
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"It is my absolute pleasure to welcome you to the City Learning Trust. Since 2014, we have worked together as a partnership of academies, proud to serve our children and young people across the city of Stoke-on-Trent.

Nelson Mandela once commented that, ‘there can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children’.

We hold to this statement with every decision that we make across the City Learning Trust. We are committed to giving everything, everyday so that our children can be the best that they can be."

Carl Ward
Chief Executive Officer