School effectiveness

Membership of SACRE

Composition

As the local authority, the Council of the London Borough of Ealing is responsible for forming Ealing's SACRE; as such it invites appropriate bodies to send representatives to take part at meetings.

SACREs are made up of four committees, which represent the religious, community and educational interests of the following groups:

  1. Church of England committee

  2. Other traditions' committee
    This committee consists of representatives of Christian denominations and faiths other than the Church of England. The Council tries to ensure that representation on this committee truly reflects the make-up of the local community. Humanists have two representatives on this committee.

  3. Teachers' committee
    This committee consists of representatives from teachers unions recognised by the Council of the London Borough of Ealing. Again, the Council tries to ensure that all points of view are represented.

  4. Local Authority committee
    This committee consists of members of the Council who represent the local authority, according to the political balance at the time.

SACREs may also co-opt representatives of other communities on a non-voting basis.

Meetings of Ealing SACRE are held three times a year, one in each school term.

Contact details

Councillor Anthony Kelly
Chair of SACRE and LA committee
Tel: 020 8825 5173 (Leader's office)
Email: anthony.kelly@ealing.gov.uk

Lesley Prior
Independent Ealing SACRE consultant: Role and profile information (pdf)
Tel: 0780 876 1148
Email:lesley.prior@london.anglican.org

Liz Day
Vice-chair of SACRE
Tel: 020 8578 2507 (Oldfield Primary School)
Email: eaday@oldfield.ealing.sch.uk

Paula Portas
Democratic services officer and clerk to SACRE
Tel: 020 8825 8476
Email: portasp@ealing.gov.uk

Kath Richardson
Chair, Other traditions' committee
Tel: 07905 353496
Email: kath@brentfordcommunity.org.uk

Helen O'Neill
Chair, Teachers’ committee
Tel: 020 8767 6009
Email: oneill.dairymeadow.ealing@lgfl.net

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Last updated: 18 May 2017