Welcome to Culloden Academy Council Page
About the Academy Council
Our school is part of The Paradigm Trust allowing us to make key decisions at a trust level which is of paramount importance to our school. This means we are always consulted on decisions that have a direct impact upon Culloden Academy.
The Academy Council acts very much like a communication and advisory body, which represents pupils, parents and carers interests. A designated Director of the Trust, a Link Director, is invited to attend meetings to ensure there is a two-way communication between the Council and the Trust.
The Academy Council members
I am a serving police officer for the metropolitan police in the London borough of Newham. Working with young people as a response team officer, I work closely with schools and social services on a day to day basis. I am responsible for safeguarding and preventing child care/welfare for concerns and promoting positive behaviour via referrals and extensive external agencies. Excited and looking forward to starting my role here at Culloden as an Academy Council member.
I am a chartered accountant currently heading up the Government’s COVID19 Finance Operations function and serving as a Director for a company that provides housing services to the north of England. I have lived within Tower Hamlets all my life and have previously worked and served as a school governor in multiple schools within the borough.
Yuting Wang (Jenny)
I have a 6 year old boy in Y1 enjoying learning at Culloden and making many friends. I joined the Academy council to serve and support the school, where children would look forward to going every morning to learn, have fun and be proud of it.
I have a son who is in Y4 at Culloden Primary. This is my Second term as Academy Council member and I am excited to dedicate some time looking after the schools Academy council and make parents representation at the council. Professionally, I am a qualified accountant and am a full time banking job. I understand it is very important that all parents work together to make our school and education standards better. I urge you all to make every effort to join the coffee mornings and Academy council meetings to make yourself heard. Thanks for your support over the past 2 years and I look forward to a very engaging and productive term for the next two years.
Monzo Ara Khatun
I served as an AC member last term, excited to be given the chance for another 2 years. Education is the backbone for our children and I want to help any way I can for the parents of our school. I hope all parents will support me in my role.