Mrs Tracey Roberts and Miss Debbie Richardson (Executive Head Teachers), Ms Natalie Nicholls, Mrs Vicky Gilbert and Mr Adam Johnston. We currently have three Governor vacancies and one parent Governor vacancy. A letter will be going out to all parents/carers in January regarding this vacancy.
Please find below details of how our Governing body is structured, including the names, categories, responsibilities and terms of appointment for each Governor.
We have also provided a Register of Governor Interests and an Annual Statement of Issues for your information.
The Governing Body together with the Headteacher, lead the school, by setting the vision and establishing the right culture to ensure your child has the best possible opportunities to learn and develop as a young person.
Our Governing Body should comprise of 8 elected people plus the Headteacher, a total of 9. Governors are elected to represent the diversity of the community in order to bring a range of skills to effectively support the school. Each Governor, except the Headteacher, is elected for a 4 year term of office.
The full Governing Body meets at least once a term, or more frequently if required. Agendas include School, Governor and Local Authority initiated items. In addition to the Full Governing Body meetings, the Resources and Standards and Curriculum sub-committees also meet at least termly. The Standards and Curriculum Committee monitors and reviews the teaching, learning and assessment standards within school. The Resources Committee meets to recruit and select staff and to approve and oversee expenditure. Other committees are convened as required e.g. Appeals, Complaints and Pupil Discipline. A named Governor is responsible for overseeing Premises, Health and Safety and liaises with the Head teacher and Office Manager to carry out these duties. This is reported back to the full Governing Body on a termly basis.
Our Governors are an active and committed group who support and challenge the Senior Leadership Team in order to ensure the continuous improvement of the school.
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