Welcome from the Trustees
As Trustees of the School and the RSSKL Association, our role is to ensure that the School remains faithful to its charitable mission to provide a safe, secure, and nurturing Steiner Waldorf education where pupils are able to achieve their full potential, academically, emotionally, creatively and spiritually.
The Trustee Council is the governing body of the School. We set the vision and strategic direction of the school, approve the school’s policies and agree on the school budget, and then work in close partnership with the Principal, the School Management Team and the College of Teachers to make sure they are implemented effectively.
All Trustees give their time freely and we are always happy to hear from those that might be interested in becoming a trustee.
Governance of the School
Rudolf Steiner School Kings Langley Limited is a Registered Charity (No. 311027) and operates as a Limited Company, also known as the Association. Membership of the Association is currently limited to 100 members and membership is divided into the following categories: College members 40%, Parent members 30%, and External members 30%. Any parent wishing to become a member of the Association should apply in the first instance through the Association Secretary.
As a Limited Company, the school has a “Memorandum and Articles of Association” that list the objectives of the school. These documents can be viewed by clicking the links below.
The governing body of the Association is the Council of Trustees. Trustees are also members of and elected by the Association.
Read the latest Trustee Report, July 2017 – July 2018.
Trustees: email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul Kiss (Chair)
The Trustees have the legal responsibility to ensure the Charity fulfils its Charitable Objects by operating a school based on the educational principles inspired by Rudolf Steiner. Trustees must also ensure that all monies belonging to the school are used effectively to serve this purpose, and for filing an Annual Report and Accounts to the Charities Commission.