TreeHouse School is a non-maintained special school. This is a type of special school run by a charity rather than a local authority, which can receive certain types of Government funding. We are run by the charity Ambitious about Autism.
The governing body is separate from, but over-lapping with, the charity's Board of Trustees in that two Governors are also Trustees and the Trustees receive reports from the governing body. By law we do everything that a governing body does in a local authority school except manage the budget and the premises.
The governing body meets six times in the year but Governors are also actively involved in many aspects of school life. They are completely committed to the success of the school and to ensuring the best possible provision for our pupils.
Here is the Governing Body Code of Conduct.
If you are interested in becoming a governor at TreeHouse School, then please get in touch.
For further information about our governance please visit the Ambitious about Autism website.