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Histon and Impington

Park Primary School


Welcome to our governance section. 


Histon and Impington Park Primary School is part of Meridian Trust.  The Trust was formed with a simple and clear vision ‘to ensure high quality education for all at the heart of the local communities’.

The school has an Academy Council (AC) which provides local governance.  It is made up of volunteers from the local community, parents, headteacher and staff. 


The AC is focused upon the individual school context, monitoring standards and achievement, and supporting and challenging school leaders to provide the best possible education for all the children and young people.  The AC's role includes:


  • Setting strategic priorities and plans
  • Monitoring standards and achievement within the school
  • Ensuring Trust policies are implemented
  • Engaging with all stakeholders to improve outcomes
  • Supporting and positively challenging school leaders


Each AC member takes on a responsibility for monitoring a particular area, in which they hold the school's leadership to account by providing challenge and support within an agreed framework.  The AC meets up to six times in the year.  There are no sub-committees.


Key information about Meridian Trust, including governance structure, information about the board of trustees and members, the scheme of delegation and key legal and financial documents can be found on This includes funding agreements.


Please contact if you would like access to approved minutes of the SAB or the trust board or for more information.


Our Academy Council


Eleanor Bailey – Chair of the Academy Council

Lydia McNeeney-Vice chair of the Academy Council

Jonathan Newman-Head teacher

Lucy Bethell

Lynne Burrows

Judith Waters


The Clerk is Graham Whiting


The Clerk and Chair of the Academy Council can be contacted through the school office – 01223 568826 or


Academy Council Pecuniary Interests and Attendance Register

A record of pecuniary and other interests of our current and recently serving Academy Councillors, along with their attendance at meetings is provided below.