The role of the governing body is to provide strategic leadership to the School, ensuring accountability for its educational and financial performance.  The governing body has three core functions:

  1. Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction
  2. Holding the Headteacher to account for the educational performance of the school and it’s students
  3. Overseeing the financial performance of the school and making sure money is well spent

Governors (also known as Trustees in an Academy setting), alongside the Senior Leadership Team, set the aims and objectives for the School.  Through its committees, the governing body then set the policies and targets for achieving those aims and objectives. 


Parent Governor Elections 2023

Have You Ever Thought About Being A School Governor? We are recruiting!
This month (January 2023), we are looking to recruit 3 new Parent Governors to join our dynamic Governing Body.

Regular meetings are held in the evening at the school, where agenda items are discussed. The role of a governor is strategic rather than operational and can be
very rewarding. This is a volunteering role with a direct purpose to support the educational environment of our students. The GB holds the school to account in the provision of education, it’s finances, implementation of policies and aiding to steer the school’s future development.
If you are a driven individual, looking for a meaningful role outside of your day-to-day work, then click here for our Governors Election letter and Personal Statement Form to consider joining our team.


 

If you would like to contact the Governing Body, please email the Governance Professional: [email protected]

Or email the Chair of Governors directly on; [email protected]


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