Key Documents & Policies
The role of Future Academies is to set the direction for each of our schools, fostering progress in all areas of the school’s operations and promoting good use of public funds. Future Academies works with the leadership team to ensure we provide the best learning environment for pupils.
Future Academies is an exempt charity; this means it is not regulated by the Charity Commission but is instead overseen by an alternative regulator, in this case the Secretary of State for Education.
The main documents that set out how we operate are our articles of association, which sets our internal structure, and the master funding agreement, which is the legal contract with the Secretary of State under which we run our schools. In addition, there are separate supplemental funding agreements for each individual school.
We are also governed by the Academies Financial Handbook and various pieces of legislation.
Articles of Association
Memorandum of Association
Master Funding Agreement
Master Funding Agreement - Hertfordshire
Supplemental Funding Agreement - Pimlico Academy
Supplemental Funding Agreement - Churchill Gardens Primary Academy
Supplemental Funding Agreement - Millbank Academy
Supplemental Funding Agreement - Pimlico Primary
Supplemental Funding Agreement - Phoenix Academy
Supplemental Funding Agreement - Laureate Academy
Supplemental Funding Agreement - Barclay Academy
Annual Accounts 2015/16
Annual Accounts 2016/17
Annual Accounts 2017/18
Future Academies Governance Structure
Report on Gender Pay Gap 2018
Subject Access Request Form
The policies below apply across all schools within the Trust. In addition, there may be other school-specific policies which will be available on the schools’ websites.
Charging and Remissions Policy
Data Protection Policy
Equality and Diversity Policy
Freedom of Information Policy
Freedom of Information Act Publication Scheme
Health & Safety Policy
Modern Slavery Policy
Policy Statement on the Recruitment of Ex-Offenders
Relationships and Sex Education Policy
Special Educational Needs (and Disabilities) Policy
Supporting Pupils with Medical Needs Policy