Interim Executive Board (IEB)

Interim Executive Board (IEB) Letter 10 – 19th July 2019

Interim Executive Board (IEB) Letter 09 – 12th April 2019

Interim Executive Board (IEB) Letter 08 – 20th December 2018

Trinity IEB Slides For Parents – 18th Dec 2018

Interim Executive Board (IEB) Letter 07 – 14th December 2018

Interim Executive Board (IEB) Letter 06 – 05th December 2018

Interim Executive Board (IEB) Letter 05 – 3rd December 2018

Interim Executive Board (IEB) Letter 04 – 8th November 2018

Follow Up Letter – 19th October 2018

Joint letter from Local Authority – 18th September 2018

Interim Executive Board (IEB) Introduce Letter – 10th September 2018

Interim executive board (IEB) members

Chair: Clive Sentance

Clive Sentance is Principal and CEO of Alcester Grammar School, a stand-alone academy trust. Prior to that he was headteacher at a non-selective boys’ school in South Birmingham. He has spent most of this century in school leadership positions in a variety of contexts, following a decade teaching in four different London comprehensives. He also had a spell with a leading City financial consultancy firm and is a part-qualified actuary.

Toni Guest

Toni has been nominated to the IEB by the Archdiocese.

She is one of four Deputy Directors for the Diocesan Education Service with responsibility for the Diocesan school estate and finance. As a qualified quantity surveyor and prince 2 practitioner she has spent many years working in the construction industry and education sector managing large scale capital programmes and budgets. In her most recent role before joining the Diocese she was head of place planning and school organisation for a metropolitan local authority ensuring sufficient school places were available in both primary and secondary phases of education. She brings governance experience from previously having been a governor at a maintained primary school and was the Chair of premises and finance committee.


Louise Church

Louise’s children attend a Catholic School.

As MIS and Project Manager in the Business Improvement Team of Warwickshire County Council Education & Learning, Louise manages standardisation and structure development. This follows a similar role in WCC Information Management.

Previously, she spent four years dealing with FSA Level 2 (more complex) complaints for Barclays Bank, followed by 10 years with Warwickshire Police in HR, Intelligence, Information Management and Information Sharing related to Safeguarding Children and Families.

Her qualifications and experience include project management (Prince 2 Practitioner); British Chartered Society ICT (BCS) Data Protection; GDPR planning and implementation, Freedom of Information, CIPD Personnel and Development (HR), NVQ Business Management, Safeguarding children and adults, Equality impact assessments, Equality and Diversity, Mental Health and awareness.


Jane Burrows

Jane brings high level strategic finance expertise from within and outside the education sector.

She qualified in 1993 as a chartered accountant (Institute of Chartered Accountants for Scotland), and worked for 7 years as a manager in PriceWaterhouseCoopers’ General Audit Practice. She then joined Lehman Brothers Investment Bank, holding various positions within the global treasury department in Frankfurt and London including Frankfurt Treasurer and European Head of Cash and Network Management. Since 2010 she has been finance director of Myton school (secondary academy), Leamington Spa, with direct responsibility for Finance, HR, IT, Facilities, Admin, Marketing, major contracts and all support staff .

Experienced working with and in school governing bodies, she served as a governor at Harbury CE Primary school 2006-2010, and joined the Warwickshire Schools Forum in 2012. She has been chair of the Forum since 2016.


Daniel Graham

Daniel has been nominated to the IEB by the Archdiocese.

He is a parent of a child attending Trinity. He is currently a governor at a primary school in Leamington Spa, where he is chair of the finance and resources committee. For 5 years he has been part of a governing body which has worked with the head and staff to make significant improvements to the school. He has a good understanding of school finances and the budgeting process, as well as the role and importance of a strong governing body.

He is a chartered management accountant, and works in Leamington as the group financial controller for an international marketing agency. In previous roles he has worked in the area of business intelligence and so has a good understanding of data and its uses (and abuses!).