Disclosure of Pecuniary Interest
About Pecuniary Interest
The school is required by law to compile a Register of Pecuniary Interests for staff and governors. Staff and governors are asked to declare any interest they, or a close relative, may have with any local firms from which the school may wish to buy goods or services. Common examples are self-employed contractors such as builders or electricians.
A pecuniary interest is any form of renumeration. The school is not forbidden to buy goods and services from the firm but the interest should be declared.
Governors Disclosure of Pecuniary Interest
|Kathryn Bullivant||Nothing to disclose|
|Jane Evans||Nothing to disclose|
|Angela Grace||Nothing to disclose|
|Howard Platt||Disclosure of interest: Trustee of TCAT, Director of Locker Group, Governor of Padgate Academy|
|Claire Roper||Nothing to disclose|
|Jake Smith||Disclosure of interest in local business - The Northern Flowerhouse|
|Carolyn Williams||Nothing to disclose|
|Stephen Hennessey||Nothing to disclose|