The Governing Body

 

What the GB does and how it works

helps plan how the school moves forward

make decisions on staffing and budget

ensure the National Curriculum is taught

ensure that the school provides for all pupils

decide how to provide for pupils well being and development as well rounded individuals

 

Each Non-Staff Governor has a key responsibility for an area from the School Development Plan and is linked to a class in school. Through visits and conversations they monitor progress towards the development plan target/s and share this information with other Governors at Governor meetings.

 David Taylor Key Priority 7 Leadership & Management Year 6
 Gail Joyce Key Priority 3  SEN Progress

Safeguarding & SEND Governor

 Reception
 Steve Pratt  Key Priority 1  English & Maths  Year 5
 Pat Finney  Key Priority 2  More Able Pupils  Year 4
 Ninna Makrinov  Key Priority 4  Teaching & Learning  Year 1
 Janey Simmons Key Priority 5  Personal Development, Behaviour & Welfare  Year 2
 Esther Oppenheim  Key Priority 6  EYFS  Year 3

 

What it involves

Being a governor does not require special qualifications or a great deal of knowledge about education initially, this can be developed over time. It requires a willingness to support the school and a commitment to seeing it continue to be a successful school for it’s pupils. The governing body work together to aid in the running of the school supporting the Head Teacher who is responsible for the day to day running of the school.  Governors commit themselves to between 2 and 4 meetings a term.

Membership – As per the Instrument of Government

 Disqualification – as per Regulation 20 and Schedule 6 of the Constitution Regulations

For more information on our Governing Body please click the links below

Structure of Governing Body and Committees

Relevant Business and Pecuniary Interests

Attendance Record

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