governance

Governance

The British School St. Petersburg (BSSP) is an international school chartered by The Schools Trust (TST), the United Kingdom registered, non-profit organisation. Its principal function is the governance of member schools following the TST School Charter.

The Headteacher of BSSP is responsible for the day-to-day management of the school and reports to The Schools Trust.

The Trustees ensure the highest standards are met in all aspects of school life, including academic performance, employment practices, quality of facilities and the promotion of general well-being within the BSSP community. Decisions are academically driven while prioritising the welfare of both students and staff.

To contact The Schools Trust or any member of the Board of Trustees, please use the following address for correspondence

The Schools Trust
26 Trinity Place, Windsor, Berks, SL4 3AP
United Kingdom
(+44) 0333 222 8957
Email: info@schoolstrust.co.uk

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