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Welcome to our Governors’ section.

Who are we?

Who are we? 1 Heather Hutchinson: Chair
Who are we? 2 Dave Colley: Vice Chair
Who are we? 3 Mandi Wilson: Headteacher
Who are we? 4 Anna White: Staff Governor
Who are we? 5 Jane Friend: Governor
Who are we? 6 Chris Hill: Governor
Who are we? 7 Barbara Cotton: Governor
Who are we? 8 Clare Gill: Governor
Who are we? 9 Gemma Haynes: Governor

Statutory Governor Information Dec 2016

Headteacher:

Mandi Wilson (Term of office: 08.05.12-08.05.20)

LA Representatives:

Mrs Barbara Cotton (Term of office: 01.09.10-01.09.18)

Performance Management, CLA, Equalities

Parent Representatives:

Mr Christopher Hill (Term of office: 26.11.13-26.11.17)

SEN

Co-opted Representatives

Mr David Colley (Term of office: 11.02.14-11.02.18)

Performance Management, Child Protection, Health & Safety

Mrs Heather Hutchinson (Term of office: 11.02.14-11.02.18)

Attendance

Mrs Jane Friend (Term of office: 03.09.12-03.09.16)

Complaints

Staff Governor Representative

Ms Anna White (Term of office: 03.12.13-03.12.17)

Governor Training

Observer

Mr James Garden (Term of office: 24.09.13-24.09.17)

 

 

The role of a governor is to contribute to the work of the governing body in ensuring high standards of achievement for all children and young people in the school. It does this through;

  • providing a strategic overview
  • acting as a critical friend
  • ensuring accountability

 

The day-to-day management of the school is the responsibility of the headteacher and staff. Rather than manage, governors are there to help shape the school's future direction and focus.

Governors work as a team. Individual governors have no power or responsibility. It is only the full governing body which has legal duties and powers and all governors share in that corporate responsibility.

Forthcoming dates for governor meetings:

 

First full governor meeting: Thursday 5th October 2017

 

2017-2018

Dates coming soon.....

Good schools have strong governance

The National Governors' Association has produced this short film with ITN to showcase what outstanding school governance looks like. For more information and to find out how to join the NGA visit our website: http://www.nga.org.uk


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