North Hampshire Education Alliance

Queen Mary’s College was granted academy status by the Secretary of State for Education, Justine Greening, as of 1 October 2017.  The College is part of a multi-academy trust, The North Hampshire Education Alliance, which also came into being on this date.

QMC believes that it has a responsibility not only to those who are enrolled or work at the College, but also to all members of the local community.  This is summed up in the College’s mission, ‘Investing in Individuals to Build Better Futures’.  Forming a multi-academy trust is the clear next step in delivering this mission, enabling QMC to work even more closely with local schools to deliver high quality education that raises student aspirations, and that it is firmly aligned with our value of inclusion irrespective of prior attainment.

The aim of the North Hampshire Education Alliance is to work with our partners to ensure that all young people in Basingstoke have access to the highest quality education and can make the best possible progress regardless of background or circumstances.  

Documents relating to the North Hampshire Education Alliance 

NHEA - Scheme of Delegation (including governance structure and remit) 

NHEA - Members and Trustees 

NHEA - Members and Trustees - register of interests

NHEA - Annual Report and Financial Statements to 31 August 2018

Minutes of NHEA Board meetings since conversion

Board of Trustees meeting - 5th July 2018

Board of Trustees meeting - 28th March 2018 

Board of Trustees Strategy meeting - 21st March 2018 - confidential

Board of Trustees meeting - 13th December 201


Documents and Minutes relating to Queen Mary's College can be found here 


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