- Accounting Regulations Manual - DRAFT
- Admissions at Maritime
- Anti-fraud policy
- Asset control and accounting policy
- Capital bid process
- Central funding policy
- Charging and remissions policy
- Complaints Policy
- Debt policy
- Expenses Policy Governors Trustees
- Gifts and Hospitality Policy
- internal audit arrangements - 2016-17
- Lettings policy
- LGB resources committee terms of reference
- Local Governing Bodies register of business pecuniary interests
- Maritime Senior Leadership structure
- Register of business and pecuniary interests
- Risk-Management Policy and-Process
- Staff expenses policy
- Tendering Procedures
- Whistleblowing Policy
The Maritime Members & Trustees
Chair of Trustees, Tiffany Beck: email@example.com
Tiffany is a National Leader of Governance and an Expert for The Key for School Governors. She is now Senior Governance Advisor for REAch2 Academy Trust, the largest primary trust in the country. Previously she worked at The Whitehall & Industry Group on leadership development for senior leaders across business and government. Her focus was on Organisational Raids, taking an organisation from one sector into an organisation from a different sector to learn about their approaches to shared issues (including strategic planning, stakeholder and employee engagement, change management, innovation, project management, human resources, brand management and more). Tiffany has lived on Greenwich Peninsula since 2007 and is extensively involved in the local community, is Chair of the GMVA residents’ association and a member of the Peninsula Forum. She was previously Chair of Governors at Millennium, leading the board to an outstanding Ofsted. Tiffany has undertaken extensive training for various governance areas including Chair, Pupil Premium, safeguarding, Ofsted, and school finance, and external reviews of governance. She was made a Fellow of The RSA for her efforts in education and community activism. She is also currently a governor at Greenacres Primary School.
Brian Vallely Worked in several different areas over his career, within different departments and undertaking a wide range of tasks providing him with diverse skills.
Architecture & Civic Design – contract management; finance, human resources;
Housing - allocations and maintenance programmes;
Mechanical & Electrical – final account scrutiny and settlements; contract management and budget making
Planning & Development- team management; commercial and industrial working relationships
Education (ILEA) working relationship with schools on personnel, finance, day to day management; staff and general management as Assistant Divisional Education Officer; training, recruiting and supporting school governors.
During this time enjoyed several and regular promotions and undertook further study, ONC Business Studies, HND Public Administration & Diploma in Municipal Administration
With Greenwich Local Authority from 1990 various responsibilities with education including managing governor services; managing school admissions; statementing officer for pupils with special educational needs; managing pupil exclusions and re-admissions; team leadership and general management.
From 2003 self-employed as Vallely Consulting, a limited company: working closely with schools in supporting their governing bodies through servicing meetings, review and evaluation; provision of training.
Was a governor at Millennium Primary since 2012.
Owner of Millennium Minis, a 2 setting nursery on the Greenwich Peninsula. Their ethos is about childcare being a core community asset and as well as sponsoring children’s sport activities across the area, they gift 25% of their profits to local community organisations.
He has other sites in Greenwich, Canary Wharf, Stratford and West London. He will be expanding further over the next few years and each site will offer similar support to their local communities. Later this year he is starting a training company to work with local residents to train them for a career in child care and is complementing this by becoming one of only 3 nurseries in London to pay the London Living Wage.
Having previously run his own businesses in recruitment and insurance, Ben now uses that commercial expertise and entrepreneurial spirit in combination with a passion for education to run innovative nurseries across London.
Nick Osborne – Chief Executive
Prior to founding Maritime, Nick was the Executive Head Teacher of Millennium, Brooklands, and Timbercroft Primary Schools. He is a National Leader of Education supporting Greenacres Primary School and a number of schools in Kent and Medway on various areas including Pupil Premium.
Under Nick’s leadership, Brooklands went from a ‘Satisfactory’ Ofsted rating to ‘Outstanding’ and Millennium went from ‘Requires Improvement’ to ‘Outstanding’. All three schools' attainment and progress have accelerated rapidly, with the progress at Millennium and Timbercroft being in the top 3% nationally. During the most recent Ofsted inspection his leadership was described as exceptional.
He speaks at conferences about Maritime's creative curriculum and vision for education, and the power of collaboration to transform schools.
He is currently also a governor in our partner school Greenacres Primary School.
He has 3 children of his own and is a big Arsenal fan. For some reason his hair disappears in photos.
Tiffany Beck SEE ABOVE
Terry worked in Children’s Services Finance for more than 17 years. His previous role was Children’s Services Finance Manager for Royal Borough of Greenwich, managing a team of 14 people. He joined Maritime as Finance Director in 2016. His portfolio includes:
School funding and accounting requirements, including finance training for schools and governing bodies; funding arrangement for children’s social care provision, special educational needs and education support services.
He has served on various governing bodies for more than 10 years, and has developed a wide range of skills and experience, including:
- Setting, monitoring and managing school budgets
- Ensuring best value and tendering procedures
- Compliance with school accounting requirements
- Supporting and challenging schools through the analysis of data and evidence, including how to measure and monitor the progress and attainment of pupils.
Terry also serves on the governing body of Plumstead Manor Secondary School.
Martin Myers Is 9.5 year qualified City-trained banking solicitor, with experience advising individual, corporate and financial institutions on a wide range of banking issues in a variety of sectors. He has particular expertise in loans to education, social housing and local authority organisations. He has advised on the broad range of legal issues arising from both transactional and advisory banking work.
November 2010 to Present
Barclays Bank PLC, London
January 2007 to November 2010
Hammonds LLP, London (now Squire Patton Boggs)
September 2006 to January 2007
Wedlake Bell, London
Trainee Solicitor and Solicitor
August 2003 to September 2006
Hammonds, Birmingham and London
Astrid Korin is an Education Specialist within the Education Practice Area in GRM with eleven years’ experience working for NGOs and consulting companies in Education, Public Financial Management, Strategic Planning and Public Administration Reform.
She has experience of working for several development partners across the world. She was Project Manager on DFID’s innovative National Development Strategy Support Programme in Moldova from 2008-2011 and designed and managed a follow up programme funded through the World Bank multi-donor trust fund, entitled “Strengthening Policy and Management Capacity” (SPMC). Prior to joining GRM, she was Operations Manager for the Partnership for Child Development, an NGO subsidiary of Imperial College London, responsible for the organisation’s entire portfolio of programmes in School Health and Nutrition across Africa, funded primarily by the World Bank, the Gates Foundation and Dubai Cares. She is currently providing technical assistance to the School Health component of GRM’s Reproductive, Child and Maternal Health Programme in South Africa, funded by DFID.
Tom Gilliford is a Freelance Innovation Consultant. He previously was an Innovation Consultant for IDEO's OI Engine, worked for The RSA's education team to implement creative education policy, and prior to this was a teacher. He was a governor at Timbercroft and enjoys the odd bit of baking. You may have seen him and some of his unconventional ingredients on The Great British Bake Off 2016.
Result-oriented banking professional with 14+ years of banking experience at global institutions, with a specific focus on Transaction Banking & Financial Institutions. An informed risk-taker and team player, with a proven track record of developing non-conventional solutions to meet customer needs. Excellent stakeholder and relationship management skills. Outstanding communication skills and strong initiative and work ethic. Areas of experience and expertise include:
- Product Management
- Project Management
- Strategic Planning & Implementation
- Cash Clearing Products
- Relationship Management
- After completing a BA in Economics at Lawrence University, Appleton, WI, worked for 5 years at Wells Fargo bank (formerly Norwest) as an Analyst/ Systems Consultant in Retail banking.
- Completed a MBA at Georgetown University, The Robert Emmett McDonough School of Business in 2002.
- Worked with ABN AMRO Bank in NY from 2002 – 2006 in Operations & Financial Institution (FI) Product Management, and from 2006-2010 in Amsterdam, NL in FI Product Management (during this time, RBS was bought by RBS). Managed the development and implementation of strategic initiatives for key stakeholders, as well as developed and implemented innovative solutions to enhance current clearing solutions.
- Moved to Barclays Bank in 2010. Responsible for end-to-end management of a FI product set/ team, with key responsibilities including P&L management, defining & implementing strategy, and on-going product development.
- Current role encompasses product delivery and management of risk & controls, across wider Transactions Product.