Diocese of Salford
INSTRUMENT OF GOVERNMENT
- The name of the school is Mount Carmel Roman Catholic High School.
- The school was founded by and is part of the Catholic Church. The school is to be conducted as a Catholic School in accordance with Canon Law and the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church, and in accordance with the Trust Deed of the Diocese of Salford and in particular:
a) religious education is to be in accordance with the teachings, doctrines, discipline and general particular norms of the Catholic Church;
b) religious worship is to be in accordance with the rites, practices, discipline and liturgical norms of the Catholic Church;
c) and at all times the school is to serve as a witness to the Catholic faith in Our Lord Jesus Christ.
- The school is a Voluntary Aided school.
- The name of the governing body is “The governing body of Mount Carmel Roman Catholic High School”
- The governing body shall consist of:
a. 2 x parent governors
b. 1 x LA governor
c. 1 x staff governor
d. 1 x headteacher
e. 9 x foundation governors
f. 2 x co-opted governors
- Total number of governors 16.
- Foundation governors shall be appointed and may be removed by the Bishop of Salford (or any other person exercising jurisdiction on his behalf).
- This instrument of government comes into effect on 1st September 2015.
- This Instrument of Government was approved by the Diocese of Salford on 16th July 2015 and made by order of Lancashire County Council on.
- A copy of the instrument must be supplied to every member of the governor body (and the headteacher if not a governor), any trustees and to the appropriate religious body.
Meet the Governors