BPTP Committee Roles
Chairman can be either a man or woman.
is responsible for organising and chairing meetings and for setting the
in consultation with the Secretary.
will monitor what is being done by BPTP in order to make sure that the
performance in preparation is progressing.
will liaise between the Director, Producer, Stage Manager, and others
facilitate smooth running of the group.
is responsible for seeing that members of the group follow group
is responsible for ensuring policies are up to date.
Secretary can be a man or a woman.
is responsible for setting the agenda in consultation with the Chairman.
the absence of the Chairman, he/she is responsible for running the
will take notes during meeting and produce minutes.
will receive correspondence and reply to it in line with the
will write letters requested by the committee.
will maintain an address list of members, including children and parental contact information.
Treasurer can be a man or a woman.
is responsible for all the finances of the group.
must maintain accounts of all monies disbursed and received.
will monitor the finances of the group and produce a budget
forecast for each
production of BTPT.
will carry out financial planning for the group with any sub-group
the whole committee.
will produce annual accounts before the AGM and submit them for
the nominated examiner.
members will attend at least half the planned meetings thoughout the
Those failing to attend frequently enough may be removed at the
members are expected to be active in helping with the work involved in
on the Pantomime.
members are expected to be available to help on Performance nights
the cast, as stage crew or front of house.
members must be familiar with all the policy
documents of BPTP and follow them in whatever they are doing.
and Role of the Safeguarding Co-ordinator
- He/she must be up to date with training and current
knowledge about Safeguarding
co-ordinate a team to make sure that a member of the Safeguarding
present whenever children are rehearsing or performing.
- He/she will arrange training in Safeguarding for all adults, performers, stage crew and front of house
encourage all to attend.
- He/she will maintain a list of which adults
have undertaken training and monitor the need for further training.
- He/she will be aware of who is an official chaperone and on the Leeds City Council list of approved chaperones.
- He/she must be informed of all Safeguarding issues, however trivial they may seem.
- He/she will decide, either individually, or
in consultation with another member or the full protection team, what
take following an incident.
- The course of action he/she advises must be
followed all by those around.
- He/she must maintain confidentially about
any disclosure and only pass information to those identified bodies who
in the child's best interests.
- He/she will maintain a confidential record
- He/she will inform the Church Safeguarding Co-ordinator of any incidents which have occurred and had to be shared with school, police or social services, whilst maintaining appropriate confidentiality.
- He/she may refer any incident to the
committee for review and subsequent revision of the Safeguarding