Who’s who

Trustees

There are currently 15 volunteer Trustees who form the governing body of the Trust. A meeting of all Trustees takes place three times a year. Day-to-day management of Trust activities is overseen by the Executive Committee, who with the Director implement strategic decisions, allocate funding and oversee the organisation. There is also a Finance Committee, who meet at least twice a year to review financial activities. As a charity, the Trust has an annual audit; the latest audit can be found here.

Trustee NameAppointing bodyPosition & Committee Membership
Dr Keith CarneUniversityChair, Executive and Finance
Andrew MacLellanSt Philip's ChurchTreasurer, Executive and Finance
Rev'd Michael BeckettEx-officio St Paul's
Rev'd Canon John Binns (retired Sept 2017)Ex-officio St Clement's
Rev’d Dr Janet BunkerEx-officio St Luke's
Rev’d Stuart TaylorEx-officio St Philip's
Rev'd Ruth AdamsNorth Cambridge Deanery Synod
Gill AmbroseSt Luke's Church
David FarrerSt Paul's ChurchFinance
Cheryl LoweCo-opted
Rev’d Rachel NichollsSouth Cambridge Deanery Synod
Matthew PettiferSt Clement's ChurchFinance
Patricia PritchardUniversityExecutive
Andrew ReadDiocesan Board of EducationExecutive
Rev’d Marguerite RobertsCo-optedExecutive
Dr Joshua RossCo-opted
Staff

The Trust is supported by the following people:

Isobel Rawlinson – Director who works with Trustees to develop and implement the Trust’s vision through strategic planning, managing staff and resources. She works closely with the Trust’s four core Church Schools, with the wider Church School community, with partners in and around Cambridge and with the Diocese of Ely.

Victoria Goodman – Projects Officer who develops activity to enhance children’s spirituality and create opportunities for them to encounter the Christian faith.

Deborah Bick – Administrator who is responsible for Administration for the Church Schools of Cambridge. She works closely with the Director to support the Trustees and staff team.

Sarah Helme – Finance Officer who is responsible for Financial Administration for the Church Schools of Cambridge.