Peaceville International Academy is powered by Good Governance

Meet Our Board of Governors

The Governing Board ensures that the welfare of the students, staff and academic standards are upheld to the highest levels, and that the vision of Peaceville International Academy is being promoted by the School’s Senior Management.

Dr. Emmanuel Dejo Oluwaniyi


Mr. Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa (SAN)

Board Member

Pastor(Mrs) Funmito Agusto

Board Member

Pastor(Mrs ) Titilayo Adeojo

Board Member

Pastor Ayoola Jolayemi

Board Member

Mrs. Bisi Ibitayo

Board Member

Mr. Olugbenga Omojola

Board Member

Ms. Dolapo Fatoki

Board Member

What is the structure of our governing board?

Peaceville International Academy is our Platinum level school under the CRSM umbrella. The governing board consists of a minimum of eight governors.

How are governing boards constituted ?

By appointment – some governors are chosen by appointment to specific roles in relation to an area of need highlighted in the school development plan, usually by a skills-based
The core functions and the role of the governor; induction, training and development available and how governors will help them fulfill it.
Expectations of governors in relation to a number of areas, e.g. frequency of meetings and term of office.
Any desirable skills or experience.

The governing board determines:

The vision and ethos of the school.
Strategic priorities and targets for the school.
That all students, including those with SEN, have access to a broad and balanced curriculum.
The school’s budget
The school’s staffing structure and key staffing policies.
The principles to be used by school leaders to determine other school policies.

What does the governing board do?

The governing board holds leaders to account by:

Agreeing the outcomes of the school’s self-evaluation, and ensuring they are used to inform priorities for the school development plan.
Considering all relevant data and feedback on all aspects of school performance.
Asking challenging questions of school leaders, such as "how will this decision impact pupils?"
Ensuring leaders have organized the required audits and that results are shared.
Ensuring leaders have developed the necessary policies and procedures, and the school is acting in accordance with these.
Acting as link governors on specific issues, e.g. safeguarding, enquiring about relevant staff, and reporting back to the governing board on the school’s progress in relation to the specific issue.
Listening and reporting to the school’s stakeholders: parents, pupils, staff and the wider community.

The governing board also ensures that school staff have the resources and support they need to do their jobs well, access external advice, conduct effective appraisal and CPD, ensure the premises is suitable and that resources used have an impact.