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School Governors

Governing bodies have a wide range of strategic responsibilities covering all aspects of school life.

Why do schools have governing bodies?

Every school has a Governing body which represents the interests of the children, local community and wider public in the running of the school. School governors work with the staff and local authority to help secure the best possible education for the children in the school.

What is the function of a governing body?

There are three core functions that a governing body requires as reflected in the Ofsted criteria:

1. Setting the vision, ethos and strategic direction; engaging stakeholders; and ensuring that statutory duties are met

2. Hold the Headteacher to account for teaching, achievement, behaviour and safety; to challenge and strengthen leadership; to contribute to school evaluation

3. Ensure financial solvency and probity with effective management of financial resources, including the Pupil Premium and Sports Funding, to raise standards

Our Governing Body: 

Mr Andrew Henry, Co-Opted Governor and Chair

Mrs Bryony Harrison Co-Opted Governor and Vice Chair 

Mrs Cara Page, Headteacher

Rev. Clive Hogger, Foundation Ex Officio

Stevie West, Foundation Governor

Mr Graham Robinson, Co-Opted Governor

Sarah Burton, Co-Opted Governor

Doug Hunt, Co-Opted Governor

Eric Nyilidandi, Parent Governor

Mrs Asta Reuben, Parent Governor

Mr Jack Goodbody, Teacher

Vacancy, LA Governor