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Meet the Governors

The Governing Body
Since September 2014, the law requires that governors are appointed on a skills basis,  to ensure they are prepared for the rigours and demands that the role of a governor entails. There is training available on many subjects such as governor induction, financial training etc from both the Local Authority and other organisations to support the skills needed to be effective in the role.  
Governors need to have knowledge and understanding of how the school operates and to do this they are expected to  attend training events, meetings and visits to the school as and when required.

It should be noted all governing body members are voluntary members and give their time freely.
 

The role of the governing body:-

  • Is to provide a strategic overview of the school by establishing a vision and setting purpose and aims of the school.
  • Is to monitor and evaluate the work of the school by reviewing the performance of the head teacher, progress towards targets set and the effectiveness of school improvement strategy.
  • Is to oversee the financial performance of the school and make sure its money well spent. 

 

When do we meet?

The law requires that the full governing body meet at least three times a year, one meeting each term, but as matters arise governors can be required to attend further full governing body meetings.
To ensure we fulfil the role of the governing body we find the most effective way is to meet as sub committees before meeting as a full governing body.
These are :-

  • Accountability Panel 1 -  Strategic Development of the school and pupils. 
  • Accountability Panel 2 -  Finance and Personnel issues.

 

These committees meet each term before the full governing body meeting so that proposals made at committee stage can be put forward and discussed and adopted.

We also have other working parties such as the pay and appraisal committee, which meets annually that further support the work we do.

 

 

Governing Board Constitution

There are 10 positions, 9 are filled and there is 1 vacancy.

Co-opted Governors

3 posts, 3 posts are filled, 4-year term

   

First appointed

Term from

to

 

 

Timothy Browne

28/03/2019

17/05/2019

16/05/2023

 

 

Samantha Dennis

19/10/2017

19/10/2017

18/10/2021

 

 

Claire Kent

17/05/2019

17/05/2019

16/05/2023

 

Ex-Officio

1 post, 1 post is filled

 
   

First appointed

     

 

David Kille

09/10/2019

     

Foundation Diocesan Board Of Education Appointed

1 post, 0 posts are filled, 4-year term

 
   

First appointed

Term from

to

 

person

Vacancy

remove

remove

remove

 

Headteachers

1 post, 1 post is filled

 
   

First appointed

     

 

Sarah Clarke

19/11/2018

     

Local Authority Governors

1 post, 1 post is filled, 4-year term

 
   

First appointed

Term from

to

 

 

Katie Hall

12/12/2019

12/12/2019

11/12/2023

 

Parent Governors

2 posts, 2 posts are filled, 4-year term

 
   

First appointed

Term from

to

 

 

Catherine Davies

Not set

30/09/2016

29/09/2020

 

 

Michelle Kime

Not set

17/05/2019

16/05/2023

 

Staff Governors

1 post, 1 post is filled, 4-year term

 
   

First appointed

Term from

to

 

 

Stephen Pool

01/09/2018

01/09/2018

31/08/2022

 

Other members

These are the people that are listed as members on GovernorHub, but aren't allocated to the constitution.

 

Dave JaneAssociate Member

 

Sue Ragsdale-LoweOther

 

Emma Sharpe

Meeting Attendance Data

Governor

 

 

 

Governor Type

 

 

 

Autumn 19

 

 

 

Spring 20

 

 

 

 

Summer 20

Tim Browne

Co-Opted

 

 

 

Samantha Dennis

Co-Opted

 

 

 

Claire Kent   

Co-Opted

 

 

 

Dave Kille

Ex-Officio

 

 

 

Sarah Clarke

Head Teacher

 

 

 

Katie Hill

Authority

 

 

 

Michelle  Kime

Parent

 

 

 

Catherine Davies

Parent

 

 

 

Stephen Pool

Staff

 

 

 

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