Yavneh College Academy Trust was established in May 2016 as a result of Yavneh College converting to a Multi Academy Trust (MAT) in order for Yavneh Primary School to open in September 2016 and join the trust.

The role of the Academy Trust is to drive the core strategic functions of the school, to ensure that each school within the MAT has a clear vision and ethos and that they strive to provide excellent outcomes for all pupils within its care.  The MAT will hold school leaders and local governing bodies to account to ensure that the highest possible educational standards and met and sustained.

In order to meet its core objectives, Yavneh College Academy Trust has 10 trustees who sit on the MAT Board, each with a particular focus.   In addition to the MAT board, both Yavneh College and Yavneh Primary School have a local governing body along with various standing committees.   Yavneh College Academy Trust also have a link governor programme.  Governors are linked to different members of senior staff in order to gain a better understanding into the day to day business of the college.

The chart below shows the organisational structure of Yavneh College Academy Trust

 

YCAT Operational Structure update nov 17

If you wish to contact any of the trustees please contact them via email to trustees@yavnehcollege.org.

 

 

Meet our Trustees:

SueNyman Sue Nyman

Sue Nyman, Chair of Yavneh College Academy Trust, is a Chartered Accountant. She is a National Director at Grant Thornton where she heads up the Quality and Risk Management team for the practice. Sue has been involved in Yavneh College since before the school opened. She has led the school through an Outstanding Ofsted inspection and the project to open Yavneh Primary School.

DanielAlbum Daniel Album

Daniel Album is Chair of Yavneh Foundation Trust, Vice Chair of Yavneh Academy Trust and Chair of the Premise Committee. He has been a Trustee or Governor since before the School opened in 2006 and became Vice-chair in 2010.
Through his role on the Premises Committee, he has been particularly responsible for the construction of the secondary school, the synagogue and more recently the building of Yavneh Primary School. Daniel has had three children go to Yavneh College. Previously a hedge fund manager, Daniel is now semi-retired offering fund management/asset allocation advice.

MarkFrazer Mark Frazer

Mark Frazer is the trustee sitting on the MAT Board with responsibility for advising on PR and Communications Strategy. He is a member of the Admissions Committee and is Vice Chair of the Yavneh Primary School Local Governing Body. Mark is the Director of Communications at the Office of the Chief Rabbi.

RolandaHyams Rolanda Hyams

Rolanda is a Chartered Accountant who combines an active life with being a governor at Yavneh College Multi Academy Trust. Rolanda enjoys being part of the family and her roles involve assisting on the finance committee and chairing the Personnel Committee. Roalnda’s background as an accountant allows her to help the Business Manager with any technical accounting/audit queries. Rolanda works full time in a chartered accountancy practice in Paddington. When she is not working you will find her training for triathlons and spending time with her 6 grandchildren.

SpencerLewis Spencer Lewis

Spencer Lewis was educated at Hasmonean High School in London and moved on to Jews College London where he gained a BA and MA in Rabbinic Literature from the University of London. After graduating Spencer began his teaching career at Hasmonean High School and the Independent Jewish Day School. In 1993 Spencer spent a year at Bar Ilan University in Israel on the Senior Educators’ Programme after which he joined King Solomon High School in Redbridge. Spencer spent 19 years at King Solomon beginning as a teacher going on to Head the Jewish Studies department, moving to Head of Year, Assistant and Deputy Head Teacher and finally Head Teacher between 2007 and 2013. Spencer has a Post Graduate Certificate in Educational Leadership from the University of Hull and the National Professional Qualification for Headship from the NCSL. He was appointed as Head Teacher of Yavneh College in September 2013.

RozLevin Roz Levin

Roz qualified as a teacher in 1973 and has been involved in education all her working life. Roz was Headteacher of Wohl Ilford Jewish Primary School until her retirement in July 2014. Roz enjoys spending time with her family; reading, theatre, travel and volunteering. Roz is a member of the MAT Board and the Local Governing Body of Yavneh Primary School.

Doreen Morris Doreen Morris

Doreen is retired having spent most of her working life in education after a short period as a research chemist and information scientist. Doreen was a science teacher in secondary schools and further education but spent the latter years of her career as a senior manager in an FE college with responsibility for quality including the standard of teaching and learning. Doreen was also an additional inspector for Ofsted. Doreen currently live in North London with her husband.

BradleyRaphael Bradley Raphael

Bradley Raphael is a trustee sitting on the MAT Board. He is also Chair of the Admissions Committee and sits on the and the Yavneh College Local Governing Body. Bradley has two children at Yavneh College. Prior to joining the Governing Body of Yavneh College originally as a parent governor, Bradley was a governor at a group of independent schools. He is a qualified solicitor.

DS Daniel Summerfield

Daniel Summerfield is a member of the MAT Board and is also a member of the Yavneh College Local Governing Body. Perviously Daniel has been a governor at HJPS for approximately 13 years; he was Vice-Chair for 5 years and Chair of Governors for 2 years. Daniel has three children at Yavneh College and he works for an Investment Management firm.

 

 

Yavneh College Local Governing Body

Doreen Morris was appointed chair of the Yavneh College Local Governing Body in May 2016. In addition to Doreen, Rolanda, Spencer and Bradley are also MAT board Trustees who site on the local governing body. Doreen is also supported by the governors detailed below.

Naomi Clucas Naomi Clucas

Naomi has 1 child who is currently at Yavneh College and has twins due to join in 2019. Naomi has been a governor for 9 years at one of the most respected local secular schools, orginally as a parent governor and now as SEN and Pupil Premium Governor.

RichardGilbert Richard Gilbert
Richard Gilbert has two sons, both of whom are pupils at Yavneh College. Richard has been a Governor of Yavneh College for many years having sat on the school’s Temporary Governing Body before the school opened and then on the school’s Governing Body until the formation of the Multi Academy Trust. Richard chaired the Education Committee for many years, sat on the Finance Committee and has been the Governor with responsibility for Child Protection issues. Since the formation of the Multi Academy Trust, Richard sits on the Local Governing Body for Yavneh College as its Vice Chair.
Richard is also very active in the Bushey Community currently serving as Warden for Bushey Synagogue. He is a practicing solicitor.
AaronKaye Aaron Kaye

Aaron and his wife have lived in Borehamwood for 9 years and have three children, all of whom attend Rosh Pinah Primary School. Aaron is an active member of the Borehamwood and Elstree United Synagogue and Aaron has served on the Board of Management and various other committees for the Shul, whilst his day job is that of an internal Financial Analyst for Springer Nature Publishers. Aaron has been unofficially helping Yavneh since 2011, with data, statistics and communications for the Yavneh College Primary School and more recently, admissions related issues and demographics for Yavneh College. Aaron joined the Yavneh College Local Governing Body in July 2016, where he hopes to use his analytical and statistical strengths on both admissions and wider school performance data.

 Beth Kent Beth Kent

Beth Kent has been teaching science at Yavneh since September 2011 and this is her fourth year as assistant head of the science department. She has a BSc in Biology and a MA in Teaching with over 20 years of experience teaching here and in the US. As a staff governor, Beth wants to further develop the relationship between the governing body and teachers and help teachers better understand the role of the school governors. Now a dual national of the US and UK, Beth lives in Barnet with her partner of 10 years and in her spare time you can find her playing golf

David Lightman David Lightman

Prior to my recent move into teaching, I spent the last 30 years working in marketing, client services and management. During this time, I worked for Unilever and a host of agencies with clients around the world. I switched to teaching to try and make a difference and I completed my NQT year last year at a school in Harrow.

When I’m not working I enjoy cycling, theatre, music, art, friends’ company, as well as being a shammes at my local shul. I am married to a teacher and we have three children and a cat called Freddie.

Anna Rabin Anna Rabin

Anna was Co-Chair of the YCA for over 3 years. Anna has 2 children at Yavneh College and is committed to the wellbeing of the children and making sure they have the best opportunities available to them. Anna is a practising lawyer and runs her own successful legal practice.

JeromeReback Jerome Reback

Jerome Reback was a Foundation Governor of Yavneh College since 2008 and a member of the MAT Board until March 2017. He is a Trustee of the Yavneh Foundation Trust which he co-chaired until March 2017. Over that time Jerome has helped with strategy development for the Yavneh Schools, including, in particular, the proposal to the DfE for the establishment of Yavneh Primary School. Jerome is a member of the Yavneh College Local Governing Body. He has had 5 children at Yavneh College. Professionally, Jerome works as a strategy consultant specialising in change and transformation, a role in which he has advised many of the world’s largest corporations.

StuartRosenberg Stuart Rosenberg

Stuart Rosenberg sits on the Yavneh College Governing Body and is a member of the Finance Committee and Premises Committee. Stuart is a Chartered Accountant in practice, with many years of experience dealing with the academy accounts. Stuart has had two children at Yavneh College, one of which is still in at the school. Stuart has a passion for the school bus services and was instrumental in their formation and their ongoing operation.

 

 

Yavneh Primary School Local Governing Body

Roz Levin was appointed chair of the Yavneh Primary School Local Governing Body in June 2017. In addition to Roz, Mark and Rolanda who are MAT Board trustees, the following governors also sit on the Yavneh Primary School Local Governing Body.

CarolineField Caroline Field

Caroline Field was educated at Haberdashers Aske School for Girls before going to Manchester Metropolitan University where she graduated in 1997 with a First Class Degree in Primary Education. Caroline began her career at Colindale Primary School. During this time, she studied and gained a Certificate in Specific Learning Difficulties before moving to Dollis Infant School where she worked as a Special Educational Needs Leader. In 2004 Caroline moved to Menorah Foundation School where she took up the role of Deputy Headteacher. She was promoted to Headteacher in 2013 where her leadership was rated outstanding by Ofsted. Caroline has the National Professional Qualification for Headship from the NCSL. Caroline was appointed Headteacher of Yavneh Primary School in November 2015 and has been instrumental in setting up Yavneh Primary School which opened in September 2016 with its first cohort of Reception children.

AyeletLandsman Ayelet Landsman  

Ayelet Landsman is a staff governor on the Yavneh Primary School Local Governing Body. She is Head of Early Years at Yavneh Primary School, the class teacher of Zeraim and is excited to be part of this new venture. Ayelet was also part of the first staff cohort at Yavneh College as Head of Music and enjoys teaching piano and flute.

FionaMendel Fiona Mendel

Fiona Mendel is a parent governor at Yavneh Primary School and sits on it Local Governing Body She is also a member of the Finance Committee. Fiona has a child at Yavneh Primary School. Fiona is an Employment Solicitor and HR Operations Manager for a local HR Company.

GemmaPeters Gemma Peters

Gemma Peters is a parent governor on the Yavneh Primary School Local Governing Body. She is the Deputy Head teacher of a Jewish Primary School. Gemma has responsibility for SEND on the Yavneh Primary School Local Governing Body. Gemma has a child at Yavneh Primary School.

MilesRedbart Miles Redbart

Miles Redbart joined the Yavneh Primary School Local Governing Body in February 2017. He also sits on the Premises Committee. He has two children at Yavneh College. He has extensive property maintenance, IT and AV experience and was previously a governor at HJPS.

 

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