The Lewes Old Grammar School Trust
Registered Charity No 1163491
The Lewes Old Grammar School Charitable Trust was set up in December 1988 at the instigation of the then proprietor of the School, Mr R E Mead, to ensure the continuing existence of the School after his retirement.
The charity, which is the owner of the School and its buildings, is supervised by the Trustees who appoint the Headmaster/mistress, Deputy Head and Bursar. The Trustees have ultimate responsibility for the management of the School and are responsible for setting the fees and approving the budget.
The Headmaster/mistress is responsible for the day to day running of the School. He/she will discuss with the Trustees the broad policies, plans and procedures which support the development of the School and will be responsible for implementing these policies. The constitution of the Trust allows for a maximum of eight Trustees to serve at any one time. The Trustees meet regularly with the Head and other members of staff as appropriate and have established sub-committees to advise on Finance, Education and Management, Information Technology and Health and Safety and Estate Management.
There are currently twelve Trustees:
M P Chartier Esq. Chairman
Mrs J Brooks
Mrs A Clarke
M J Fuller Esq
Mr A Greenwood MBE
A Harvey Esq
J Light Esq
A Ogden Esq. Vice- Chairman
Mrs F J O’Halloran
Mrs R Swindells
W Telford Esq
Dr C Watts
The Bursar and Clerk to the Trust is Mr T Laker.
The Chair of Trustees can be contacted in writing:
Mr M P Chartier
c/o Lewes Old Grammar School
140 High Street
We are currently advertising for Trustees who have experience in the following areas:
• Buildings or Estates Management
• Medical related to child development
If you would like to apply to become a Trustee of Lewes Old Grammar School, then please download the forms below or alternatively you may contact the Bursar and Clerk to the Trust on firstname.lastname@example.org