Governors of a school are like a Board of Directors, who make the policy decisions. The Head teacher manages, organises and administers the school within these policies.
Governors interview and appoint staff. They decide how the school budget is spent. They support the standards of behaviour agreed by staff. They set and fully support the curricular aims of the school and also ensure that the National Curriculum is being taught.
The Governors monitor the curriculum content and delivery through regular meetings of the Governors Curriculum Committee. The Governors are encouraged to visit the school at any time and look at aspects of the curriculum in operation. They meet once a term, and there are two sub-committees which meet termly - the Finance, Personnel and Premises committee and the School Improvement/Curriculum committee.
School Governors have legal duties, powers and responsibilities. They can only act together. They cannot act individually. None of our Governors have made a declaration on the Register of Business interests.
The current Governing body, led by Revd. Tom Fish, the Chair, is:-
|Finance, Premises, Personnel||School Improvement/Curriculum|
|Ms A Middleton||Ms A Middleton|
|Mrs R Jordan||Mrs R Jordan|
|Mrs J Pycraft||Mrs J Pycraft|
|Mr T Gregory||Mr T Gregory|
|Revd T Fish||Mrs R Blackburn (Chair)|
|Mrs R Blackburn||Revd T Fish|
|Cllr M Hanif||Cllr M Hanif|
|Mr R Mason (Chair)||Mr R Mason|
|Mrs E Bunting||Mrs E Bunting|
|Miss R Evans||Miss R Evans|
|Clerk: Miss L Wooldridge||Clerk: Mrs P Boraston|
|Mr R Mason||Mr T Gregory|
|Mrs J Pycraft||Revd T Fish|
|Mrs R Blackburn||Mrs J Pycraft|
|Cllr M Hanif||Vacancy|
|Mrs J Pycraft|
|Mr T Gregory|