Who are our Governors?
Every school has a governing Body made up of various members of the community. There can be between 9 and 20 members depending on the size of the school. The governing body works closely with the Headteacher, who is responsible for the day to day management of the school. They form part of the school leadership team, who are responsible for strategic planning and policy development and strive to make sure the school provides a good quality education for all its children.
Governors don’t get paid for their work, they are all volunteers.
The Governing Body
Is a critical friend to the School
Explains its policies to parents and the community
Helps to settle its disputes, fairly and conscientiously
Oversee its policies and its use of resources
Our Governing Body
Term of Office
|Jane Apolloni||Headteacher||Ex Officio|
Governor Roles and Responsibilities
|Terry Cane||Foundation Governor||Chair of Governors
National Leader of Governors
|Danielle Marron||Foundation Governor||Vice Chair
|Gerri Howard||Foundation Governor||Literacy|
|Margaret Williams||Foundation Governor||Maths
|Peter Coady||Foundation Governor||Pupil Premium|
|Vacancy||Parent Governor||British Values|
|Vacancy||Parent Governor||Pupil Personal Development, Behaviour & Welfare
|28.09.17||Raising & Achievement||3:30pm|
|17.01.17||Raising & Achievement||3:30pm|
|04.05.17||Raising & Achievement||3:30pm|
|Lol Sullivan||Jan 14 – July 17|
|Kay Demoily||May 15 – July 17|
|Chloe Richardson||Oct 15 – May 17|
|Dawn Anderson||Oct 15 – Apr 18|
|Angela Bennett||Jan 13 – Mar 18|
The above register of interests must capture relevant business and pecuniary interests of members, Directors, local governors of academies within a multi-academy trust and senior employees, including:
- Directorships, partnerships and employments with businesses
- Trusteeships and governorships at other educational institutions and charities
- For each interest: the name of the business; the nature of the business; the nature of the interest; and the date the interest began
The register must also identify any material interests arising from close family relationships between the Trust’s members and directors, and relationships between members and directors and employees. Close family relationships are defined as a close member of the family, or member of the same household, who may be expected to influence, or be influenced by, the person. This includes, but is not limited to, a child, parent, spouse or civil partner.
Registers for the Trust’s members and Directors will be published on the Trust’s main website. Individual academies within the Trust should ensure that registers for members of Local Management Boards and Senior Employees (Head Teachers) are maintained on their own respective websites.
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