Governors & Trust

Governing Body for 2020-2021

Chairman Mr Kevin Standish  
Vice-Chairman Mr Ben Mearns  
     
Status Name Expiry Date
     
Co-opted (7) Mr Kevin Standish 31.08.2023
  Dr Ben Mearns 31.08.2023
  Mr Christopher Whelan 03.07.2024
  Ms Clare Lysons 24.04.2023
  Mr John Elford 07.07.2023
     
LA (1) Mr Richard Humphrey  12.10.2024
     
Parent (3) Mrs Caroline Bradby 22.02.2021
  Mr David Gray 22.02.2021
  Mrs Ruth Willis 22.04.2022
     
Headteacher (1) Miss Kerry Oakley  
     
Staff (1) Charlotte Williams 05.03.2021
Clerk to Governors Tina Robotham  

Become a Governor

The Governing Board plans the strategic direction of a school, makes sure public money is well spent, and holds school leadership to account. A strong governing board ensures robust debate, which in turn leads to better educational outcomes for children.

Whatever your professional background, your skills could transform our school.

If you would like to know more about what is involved in being a school governor, please click here.

To register interest in, or find out more about, becoming a governor at Carrington School, please email the Clerk to the Governors Tina Robotham.

South East Surrey Schools Education Trust (SESSET)

South East Surrey Schools Education Trust (SESSET) was formed by the Governing Bodies of The Ashcombe School, Dorking, Therfield School, Leatherhead and Carrington School (previously The Warwick School), Redhill, and became operational on 1 January 2017.

Joint Statement from The Ashcombe, Therfield and Carrington School

South East Surrey Schools Education Trust (SESSET) was formed by the Governing Bodies of The Ashcombe School, Dorking, Therfield School, Leatherhead and Carrington School (previously The Warwick School), Redhill, and became operational on 1 January 2017.

There has been widespread support from parents, staff and other interested parties in the local communities in the light of the wider political educational situation that the three schools were being pro-active in forming a partnership which enabled them to work together whilst maintaining their own identity and ethos.

SESSET has been in operation for a year now, and parents and young people have seen only the benefits of collaborative partnership with minimal impact on the day to day life of our communities. The name of the schools, their uniforms, school days, headteachers and staff remained as they were, as have our relationships with all those schools, colleges and other organisations with whom we have collaborated so positively in the past.

The key changes for the schools are largely of a legal and governance nature.

The formation of our trust has been an exciting opportunity to further improve the life chances of our young people and to support one another in a wider variety of ways. Our fierce pride in the unique, individual ethos of each of our schools and our commitment to common values rooted in inclusivity and collaborative partnership will be enhanced and strengthened through the formality of this powerful partnership.

Formal Information

Therfield School, The Ashcombe School and Carrington School have formed, and are part of, South East Surrey Schools Education Trust (SESSET), a charitable company limited by guarantee and registered in England and Wales with company number 10479401. The registered address is The Ashcombe School, Ashcombe Road, Dorking Surrey, RH4 1LY.

For governance information and policies please click here

Further information regarding Multi-Academy Trusts is available on the DfE website

Pupil Premium

2018 to 2019

For details of how The Warwick School is using Pupil Premium Funding through the 2018-2019 academic year, please see below.

Pupil Premium 2018-2019

Year 7 Catch-Up Premium

For details of 2018-2019 Year 7 catch-up premium, please see below.

Year 7 Catch up Premium 2018-2019