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Meet the Governors

Welcome to our Governors’ section

Who are we?

Our Governing Body is made up of 12 people, drawn from different parts of the community, including parents, staff and the Local Authority and the wider community. Everyone brings their own skills, perspective and experiences to ensure we have a diverse team.

 

What are we responsible for?

  • offering a strategic view of the running of the school by reviewing and agreeing policies, targets and priorities and monitoring and reviewing aims and objectives;

  • accountability to parents and the wider community. We must gather views, ask questions and decide what is best for the school;

  • supporting and challenging the headteacher (critical friend) through a mutual relationship of trust and respect. The Governing Body works with the headteacher to create a clear understanding of the challenges faced in managing a school.

     

    We do this by holding regular meetings as a whole Governing Body and in committees. The headteacher regularly updates us on all aspects of school life and we make regular monitoring visits linked to the School Improvement Plan.

     

    Staffing and Pupils Committee

    This committee receives reports on the progress and attainment of all children across the school and groups of learners. Governors receive subject reports from staff as look at progress towards areas of the School Improvement Plan which fall within the curriculum remit. This committee also monitors safeguarding in the school and discussed and shares information linked to the personnel of the school.

     

    Resources Committee

    Governors on this committee discuss and share information linked to finance and the school budget. This committee also discusses and shares concerns with health and safety of the children and people in school as well as health and safety linked to the buildings and grounds.

     

    Community Links

    The Community Links Committee discusses the well-being of the pupils and the engagement with parents, other schools and the wider community. This committee also discusses SEND in our school.

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