The Isle Education Trust model of governance ensures each academy has an Academy Oversight Committee (AOC) or Management Oversight Committee (MOC) on which governors sit.
The remit of the Coritnai MOC is focussed specifically around the areas of Behaviour and Attitudes and Personal Development where governors are encouraged to work closely alongside leaders and managers to help define the vision and direction of the academy.
Key roles and responsibilities of the MOC include:
- Upholding the Trust vision and values
- Implementation of actions required to comply with statutory regulations and documentation
- Implementation and monitoring of local policies.
- Supporting and challenging the leadership of the academy on quality of care and quality of provision.
- Providing internal assurance
- Developing local community and employer links.
- Undertaking the role of ‘critical friend’ to:
- offer support, constructive advice, a sounding board for ideas, a second opinion on proposals and help where needed;
- challenge, ask questions, request information, improve proposals and seek to arrive at the best solution;
- give an honest opinion and well-tempered advice, even if it might not be what is expected;
- act as an advocate promoting the interests of the academies, and students to the community.
- monitor the implementation and impact of the decisions it has made
There are direct channels of communication between the principal and the MOC chair. The clerk to the Board of Trustees will hold the contact details for all local governors of academies within IET. Routine communication for day to day academy business should be via the appropriate MOC chair, managed by the clerk to the MOC or through the academy.
The principal and the chair of the MOC are responsible for ensuring the quality and timely distribution of all materials needed to keep the local governors well-informed about the academy. The principal and the chair are also responsible for ensuring the views of the MOC are effectively communicated to the Board of Directors. Trustees reserve the right to attend any MOC meeting.
Alongside this, the Principal meets each half term with the CEO. In these Challenge, Support and Intervention (CSI) meetings safeguarding, curriculum, teaching and learning, progress and outcomes are discussed.
Should you wish to contact the MOC please email AdminAOC@isleeducationtrust-iet.co.uk or click here