The North Hampshire Education Alliance [NHEA] is a Multi-Academy Trust [MAT], established on 1st October 2017, as a charity and company limited by guarantee. The NHEA currently has one Academy within it, Queen Mary’s College [QMC], a sixth form college of around 2000 16-19 students which was also granted academy status by the Secretary of State for Education, Justine Greening, on 1 October 2017.
The NHEA was established by QMC, based on its long-held belief that the College has a responsibility not only to those who are enrolled or work at QMC but to all members of the community. For this reason it has historically engaged in, and often led partnership arrangements with a view to improving the life chances of all young people in the region.
The current strategy of the NHEA - ‘to use the capacity created by the Trust to work collaboratively with other educational institutions and stakeholders building on our collective strengths to give the regions’ young people the opportunity to succeed, whatever their background’ - builds on the long-term partnership strategy and strategic vision of Queen Mary’s College for educational and social inclusion and higher levels of attainment in Basingstoke.
Documents relating to the North Hampshire Education Alliance
NHEA - Scheme of Delegation (including governance structure and remit)
Policies and procedures for the NHEA can be found here along with other policies specific to Queen Mary's College
Minutes of NHEA Board meetings
Minutes from the last year of NHEA Board of Trustee meetings are published below along with the dates of upcoming meetings. Please note that confidential minutes are not published and that minutes are not uploaded until they have been approved at the following meeting so it may take a while for them to be made public. If you would like any further information about the Trust please contact Toni Baldwin, the Company Secretary.
9th July 2019
15th October 2019