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Governing Body


The Role of the Governors


The Governors, with the Headteacher and Leadership Team, are responsible for the conduct of the school, promoting its high standards and its strategic development - always striving to make sure that the children receive the best possible education and supporting their wellbeing.


Our responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

-        Providing a strategic overview of the school, establishing a vision, purpose and aims
-        Monitoring and evaluating the work of the school.
-        Overseeing the finances of the school
-        Appointing staff
-        Reviewing staff performance and pay

School governors are drawn from different parts of the community and can be parents and staff or from the LA, the community and other groups. This helps ensure the governing body has sufficient diversity of views and experience to make the most difference.
Note that it does not mean governors of a particular category represent that group on the governing body (e.g. parent governors do not represent the parents at the school and do not report back to them).

Individual governors have no power or right to act alone on behalf of the governing body except where the whole governing body has delegated a specific function to that individual or where regulations specify a function is to be exercised in a particular way.

The Governing Body


Our Governing Body is made up of people with different skills and backgrounds - parents, staff, and people from the local community who have a genuine interest in the education and well-being of our children. All governing body members are voluntary members and give their time freely.