School Governors represent the school and the local community. Governors represent different interested parties, for example, parents, staff and the local authority. Governors also appoint people directly; this is known as “co-option.” The Governing Body consists of 15 Governors including the Head Teacher.
The Governing Body has three main functions, (1) establish the strategic direction of the school, (2) ensuring accountability, and (3) ensuring financial probity. These functions involve scrutinising and approving the school improvement plan, monitoring performance against targets, setting the annual budget and monitoring spend against the plan. The Governing Body delegates some of its responsibilities to smaller committees who meet separately. The Governors Code of Conduct is available for review below.
All the scheduled meetings for the governing body can be found on our calendar.
Should you wish to contact the Governing Body regarding any matters please send an email to: [email protected]
The current list of Governors and details of their roles can be found via the link below.
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