Meet The Governors
Mr Mark Bacon
Co-opted Governor & Chair of the Governing Body
Mr Stewart Dove
Co-opted Governors Miss Kelly Anderson, Mr Richard Berry, Mrs Kate Brumfield (Vice Chair), Mrs Ruth Devery, Mr Stewart Dove (Chair), Mrs Sarah Howard, Mrs Fiona Wilyman
Parent Governors Mr Stick Delaney, Mr Graham Ratcliffe
LA Governors: Mrs Gill Blackwell
Miss Gemma Miller
Mrs Jenny Hooper
Curriculum & SEN (Committee Chair Kate Brumfield)
Finance & Premises (Committee Chair Richard Berry)
Personnel (Committee Chair Stewart Dove)
The Governor's Role
A school's governing body is a vital link to school life. Briefly, the Governing Body has three main roles. These are:
1. To take an overview of the school by being involved in the strategic planning and allocation of resources.
2. To set up and keep under review the broad framework within which the Headteacher and staff should run the school.
3. To focus on the key issues of raising standards of achievement, establishing high expectations and promoting effective teaching and learning.
In practical terms, this means having an involvement in and approving all of the school’s policies, the school self evaluation programme and the school development and improvement plan. It has many other responsibilities covering such areas as finance, premises, curriculum and personnel. As you can see the governors have a responsibility in practically all aspects of school life to ensure accountability.
The relationship between the governors and the school has been described as that of a critical friend. We are not trying to do the teacher’s job! We are blessed at our school with a highly professional team and our aim is to give the head and his staff all the necessary support they need to do the job to the best of their ability.
All governors may be contacted via the school.
Governor FGB AttendanceThe following table shows attendance at the school's Full Governing Body meetings during the 2020/21 academic year:
For details of the start dates, end dates and key roles of the governing body, please click the link below: