A BIT ABOUT US
Here at XTND, we see the value in everyone. We want to be a catalyst for positive change, and since our beginnings in 2011, we’ve been driven by the same ideas we were initially founded upon.
One of our primary areas of work is children's welfare when school is closed and includes the provision of subsidised breakfast, after school and holiday clubs. These offer a safe and nurturing environment in which children benefit from healthy food and a range of interesting, fun activities. These services reduce the number of children going without breakfast or being in environments that expose them to unreasonable risk.
We also offer positive change through opportunities for the entire community, leaving a positive legacy for generations to come.
As a registered charity, we are ultimately governed by our board of trustees. Trustees have independent control over, and legal responsibility for, a charity’s management and administration.
The Board of Trustees
Lyn Hunt - Headteacher, Windwhistle Primary School
Marie Berry - Headteacher, Bournville Primary School
John Porter – Chair of Governors, Windwhistle Primary School
Adam Matthews – CEO, Extend Learning Academies Network
Justin Harvey-Bennett - North Somerset Council, Independent Trustee
Rev. Tim Erridge - Parish Priest: Bleadon and Bournville, Community Trustee
Nicky Pybus - Community Trustee
Lynn Winter – XTND Founder and COO, Extend Learning Academies Network
Jo Campbell – XTND Business Administrator
We have a dedicated Play Team who run after school clubs and holiday clubs led by Wendy Lambard - After School and Holiday Club Play Leader.
We work very closely with School Sports Teaching to run term time lunch and after school sports clubs at Bournville Primary School and activity holiday clubs.
The work of the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) was merged with the Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA) in 2012 to form the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). 'CRB checks' are now known as 'DBS checks'. All of our staff must pass an Enhanced DBS check to enable them to work with children.