Directors “should have the skills and attributes to:
ACE MAT Directors support the Executive Principal and Leadership Team in delivering the strategic vision of the Trust. They review strategic plans; ensure the operation of the Trust complies with its legal requirements and delivers a high quality curriculum, using resources efficiently and effectively, to deliver outstanding education and outcomes for its pupils and communities. Trustees meet twice a term.
The key responsibilities of Directors include:
ensuring the quality of educational provision
challenging and monitoring the performance of the Trust and its leaders
ensuring excellent financial management and probity
supporting the leadership in management of staff
Directors are talented individuals who have the ability to work strategically and have experience of leadership at senior management or director level.
Responsibilities of a Director
ACE MAT has the following Directors:
up to 6 Directors, appointed under by Members
up to 4 LGB Chairs
the Executive Principal
a minimum of 2 Parent Directors, if not appointed by Local Area Boards
ACE MAT may also have Directors co-opted onto the Board by other Directors. The total number of Directors (including the Executive Principal) must not include more than one third who are employees of the Trust.
If you are interested in becoming a Director of ACE MAT, please send a pen portrait/CV and covering letter to the Company Secretary.
 National College for Teaching and Leadership, “Governance in multi-academy trusts” www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/458632/governance-in-multi-academy-trusts_Sept2015.pdf
 Browne Jacobson LLP
 ACE MAT Articles of Association