School Governors – what do we do?
All schools in England have a Governing Body which is responsible for overseeing many of the strategic decisions of the school. They decide how funding is spent; support and challenge the school leaders; guide and monitor school improvement; and work to ensure every child receives a high-quality education. These decisions influence the direction of the school and ultimately shape young people’s opportunities to achieve their full potential.
Governors at our school
The chair of governors is Mr C Gladwin, he can be contacted via the school office.
Minutes of Governors meetings can be viewed on request
Types of Governor
Our governing body now consists of:
- The headteacher
- One elected staff governor
- One appointed local authority governor
- Five parent governors
- Three co-opted governors
- One Associate Governor
We currently have vacancies for school governors. If you are interested in becoming a school Governor please complete an expression of interest form available here or via the school office.