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Mrs Annette Cox - Vice-Chair of Governors   [01/09/2015 - 31/08/2019]

Co-Opted Governor [Pupil Premium]

Curriculum, Standards & Inclusion Committee

 

Mrs Ruth Farrow – Chair of Governors  [01/09/2015 - 31/08/2019]
Local Authority Governor [Previously Community Governor]
All Committees [Safeguarding Governor]

 

Rev’d Rebecca Harris [04/10/2011]
Ex-Officio Governor

 

Mrs Kymm Littlewood [01/09/2015 - 31/08/2019]
Co-Opted Governor [SEN] [Previously Staff Governor]
Curriculum, Standards & Inclusion Committee

[Related to Miss Kate Littlewood - staff]

 

Mrs Jan McCarthy [09/04/2011]
Head Teacher [Child Protection Lead]
All Committees

 

Mr Russell Matthews [12/10/2015 - 11/10/2019]

Elected Parent Governor

Finance & Staffing Committee

 

Mr Barry Parsons [16/09/2013 - 15/09/2017]
Teacher Governor [Assistant Head]
Curriculum, Standards & Inclusion Committee

 

Mrs Claire Payne [06/02/2012 - 05/02/2016]
Elected Parent Governor
Curriculum, Standards & Inclusion - Committee Chair

 

Mr Chris Pollard [01/09/2015 - 31/08/2019]

Co-Opted Governor [Health & Safety]

Premises Committee

 

Mr Mick Thomas  [28/11/2013 - 27/11/2017]
Parochial Church Council Governor
Finance & Staffing Committee/Pay Committee Chair

 

Mrs Helen Titley [01/09/2015 - 31/08/2019]
Co-Opted Governor [Data & Assessment]
Curriculum, Standards & Inclusion Committee

 

Mrs Angie Foote
Clerk to the Governors
 

 

Our School Governing Body

We are a team of people from all walks of life who work closely with the head teacher to make key decisions vital to the successful running of the school. 

 

Our main aim is to help improve standards throughout the school and agree the school's budget. Our duties include:

 

  • setting the strategic direction, policies and objectives
  • approving the budget
  • reviewing progress against the budget and objectives
  • supporting and challenging senior staff
  • playing a part in appointing staff

 

We make our decisions based on expert advice and democratic agreement. As a governing body we are directly accountable for:

 

  • the use of public funds
  • the quality of education provided
  • the wider contribution to the community

 

Whilst we are involved in setting policies we are not involved in day-to-day running of the school – this is done by our head teacher and her staff.

 

Overall being a school governor can be an extremely rewarding experience. It gives you the opportunity of playing an important part in improving children's education and also supporting the school's staff.

 
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