Diocesan Board of Education (DBE)
The Diocese Board of Education fulfil a vital role in education and play a full and effective role in support of Church of England schools.
The DBE’s mission is to serve God in all aspects of the Church's educational work and thereby enable youngpeople to develop spiritually, morally, socially and intellectually according to the beliefs of the Christian faith.
The Diocese of Hereford seeks to share God's love in community and world through:
- Worshipping God and praying for His help and guidance
- Caring and serving people in all life's situations
- Recognising and responding to the needs of our communities
- Inspiring and learning through each other's strengths and gifts. So that in all our activities we show Jesus Christ to those round us."
|Rt Revd Richard Frith||Bishop of Hereford|
|Rt Revd A McGowan||Bishop of Ludlow|
|Canon Derek Chedzey||Archdeacon of Hereford|
|Revd Mike Kneen||Elected|
|Stephen Borthwick||Elected (Chair)|
|Revd Jeannetta Stokes||Elected|
|Revd Simon Mondon||Elected|
|Revd Kirsty Clarke||Elected|
|Revd David Howell||Elected|
|Revd Christopher Penn||Elected|
|Andrew Teale||Interim Director of Education|
|Sian Lines||Assistant Director Business and Premises|
|Sam Pratley||Diocesan Secretary|
DHET - The Diocese of Hereford Educational Trust – Company no. 7779010
The Diocese of Hereford Educational Trust seeks to establish and maintain Academies and foster the Christian ethos in those establishments for which it is responsible. It will also promote the effectiveness of its Church of England educational Institutions by the efficient application of resources, the promotion of models of good practice and the delivery of relevant support services.
BAET - The Diocesan Multi Academy Trust
The Bishop Anthony Educational Trust was formed in Jan 2014 when St Thomas Cantilupe School joined as its first sponsored school. There are now nine C of E schools, both primary and secondary, with approximately 2,300 pupils.
More details on the trust and its schools can be found here http://www.baet.org.uk