INMAT and Local Academy Committee


Board of Governance

InMAT is governed by a trust board made up of trustees who are also known as non-executive directors.  Trustees are appointed by the Members of the trust or are co-opted onto the board.  They have a wide variety of skills and experience and work to ensure children are always put first, in line with our vision and values. 

You can find out more about the work of the trust board and the trustees here: 

 INMAT - Trustees

INMAT - Governance Documents

Higher Paid Employees

HMPS academy is required to publish the number of employees whose benefits exceeded £100,000, in £10,000 bandings, for the previous year ended 31 August.

We can confirm that no staff member of Hall Meadow Primary School has a salary greater thank £100, 000.

Governors at Hall Meadow

The local academy committee (LAC) acts as a committee of the trust board at local level.  Governors are people with a passion for education who have a connection to the school and who want to make a positive contribution to the pupil experience.  Governors must be over the age of 18.

The work of the LAC is governed by the trust scheme of delegation which you can find here 

.  Governors meet termly.  They offer challenge and support to the head teacher, set strategic direction, and monitor and evaluate school performance.  They also monitor safeguarding arrangements and are the local link for parents and others in the local community.

If you are interested in exploring the role of school governor, please email

We are grateful to our  Local Academy Committee

  • Vasu Shan - Parent/ Chair of LAC 
  • Peter Kearvell-White – Vice Chair / Locally Appointed/ Pupil Premium Governor
  • Cassie Bodman-Knight – Headteacher
  • Vasu Shan – Parent/  Safeguarding Governor 
  • Emily Oakley - Locally Appointed Governor
  • Lucy Wayman - Locally Appointed Governor
  • Keeley Pallett - Staff Governor
  • Jo Hackett - Parent Governor

The LAC will meet 4 times a year.

The Clerk to the Governors is Mrs Maria Page