Governing Body and Trustees
Our Governing Body meets three times a year and works across both Park House School and Tram House School. In addition the Standards Committee, a subcommittee of the full Governing Body, also meets three times a year. Governors attend at least one full training day a year.
Our Governors are actively involved in many aspects of school life and are completely committed to the success of the school and to ensuring the best possible provision for our pupils.
Governors are recruited from across the school community including parents, staff and members of the local community. Parent Governors are elected by the parents. Staff Governors are elected by the staff, and staff from across the schools are encouraged to stand.
Governing Body Composition
|4 Year Term||Chair||Ian Hunter (Stepping down in August)|
|Fixed Term||CEO||Tracie Linehan|
|Trustee||By rota arrangement|
|Executive Head of BeyondAutism Schools||Kieran Bird|
|Deputy Head, Park House School||Richard LeRoy|
|Deputy Head, Tram House School||Emma Price|
|Senior ABA Practitioner||Andy Swartfigure|
You can write to the BeyondAutism Schools Chair of Governors c/o Park House School, 48 North Side Wandsworth Common, London, SW18 2SL.
Register of Governors’ Interests
- Sarah Kaikini is Website Manager for ABA4All and a parent representative for Family Voice Surrey
- Andy Swartfigure is Director of Integrated Behavioural Consultancy (IBC Ltd)
- Jonathan England is Head of Autism Support Team for Southwark Local Authority
- Ian Hunter was appointed Director of HR for BeyondAutism in April 2020. He will continue to chair the Governing Body until the end of the academic year.
Park House School and Tram House School are run by BeyondAutism, a registered charity. The charity provides education, outreach, training and support to children with autism, their families and the professionals that work with them.
BeyondAutism is governed by a Board of Trustees consisting of individuals who contribute a wide range of expertise and experience to the charity. The Board meet four times a year and are responsible for strategic development and ensuring the smooth running of the charity. The Chair of Trustees is Karen Sorab, and the Vice Chair is Andy Lusk.
BeyondAutism is committed to ensuring that it offers equality of opportunity in its governance, service provision and employment practices.