The University of Liverpool Maths School exists to enable children with a strong interest and high potential in the mathematical sciences to achieve global impact through their work, learning and research in the mathematical sciences. We educate 16-19 year old students on our roll and also aim to play a role in supporting the education of students in all schools in the Liverpool City Region.
The board of Trustees (our governing body) is responsible for
The board of Trustees currently has 10 members. In September, two parents/ carers of current students will join the board, and expressions of interest from parents of our current applicants are welcome at any time. The decision about who becomes a school Trustee is made by the Members of the Trust.
You can contact the Chair of Trustees with this email address: email@example.com by telephoning the University of Liverpool switchboard +44 (0)151 794 2000, or by writing to Prof. Gavin Brown, Chair of Trustees (ULMaS), University of Liverpool Foundation Building, Brownlow Hill, Liverpool, L69 7ZX.
You can contact the Clerk to the Board of Trustees with this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The board of Trustees signs off the annual accounts and is responsible for adherence to the trust’s funding agreement with the Secretary of State, who is the principal charitable regulator for the sector.
The board has two subcommittees:
The Education Committee is currently constituted as follows:
The Finance, Adit and Risk Committee is currently constituted as follows:
The dates of Full Board and Sub-Committee meetings of the Trustees are available here: Dates of Trustee Meetings.
The Register of Interests for our Trustees is available here: Register of Interests
School governance is a voluntary role in public life. Find out more about what is involved here: https://www.governorsforschools.org.uk/
In growing our board of Trustees we seek to increase the diversity of views and skills on the board. We welcome applications from a wide range of people including younger adults and those who have not attended university. We would like to increase the representation of women on the board and warmly encourage women with an interest to make contact with us, either through the form below or an email to email@example.com
To find out more about this role please complete the form below: