This meeting will be a Zoom meeting on Tuesday 30th June, from 10am-11am. Please register in advance at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIodOGorzwpGdH5vOQMPoXlelGGqSPlVNBI. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

We want to engage with members on remodelling practice learning. Through discussion and gathering of members views, we aim to explore and share ideas on how practice learning will look and can be achieved in the future.

We're also taking the opportunity to use a small part of the meeting for the 2020 Annual General Meeting of the Scottish Organisation for Practice Teaching.

Agenda

  1. Apologies for absence
  2. Minutes of previous AGM
  3. Trustees' Annual Report
  4. Election of trustees

Trustees' Annual Report

The Annual Report is a requirement for OSCR, the Scottish Charity Regulator. The report covers the period from 1st April 2019 to 31 March 2020 and will be available before the meeting.

Election of trustees

ScOPT is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (Scottish Charity Number SC046818). We are governed by a small group of volunteers who form our Board of Trustees. The Trustees are very active on behalf of the membership - attending meetings, taking part in consultation events, promoting the work of ScOPT, supporting members... and much more. The current trustees are

  • Jon Bolton
  • Moira Godfrey (re-joined as a trustee on 14 February 2019)
  • Gillian Muir
  • Gail Murphy
  • Kirstin Parkes
  • Cath Shaw (joined as a trustee on 16 June 2019)
  • Fiona Stansfield

All are eligible for re-election and have confirmed their intent to stand as Trustees.

  • Avril McIvor resigned as a trustee on 6 November 2019.

Nominations of people willing to act as trustees - including self-nominations - can be accepted at any time. Trustees must be eligible to act as a trustee under the terms set out in The Charities and Trustee Investment (Scotland) Act 2005. The maximum number of charity trustees that ScOPT can have is 15.

Prospective trustees may find the following documents from OSCR helpful...

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