What is the school Governing Body?
The school governing body is a group of people who work closely with the Headteacher and senior staff to ensure that pupils get a good balanced education. The role of the governing body is to represent the community in the running of the school. Every school is required to have a governing body, and there are statutory roles and responsibilities that governors have to fulfill.
What does the governing body do?
The governing body has three key roles that it is required to fulfill:
Our Governing Body
|Type of Governor||Name||Start
|Headteacher||Mrs Sharon Pascoe||23/02/2015|
|Chair of Governors||Mrs Michelle Harris||22/10/2019||21/10/2023|
|Community Governors||Mrs Julie Redwood||26/03/2019||25/03/2023|
|Mr Jamie Elliott||14/02/2020||13/02/2024|
|LA Appointed||Mr Robert Chapman||24/07/2017||23/07/2021|
|CB Cllr DT Hardacre||20/09/2016||19/09/2020|
|Mr Paul Roberts||23/07/2017||22/07/2021|
|Staff Representative||Miss Rebecca Johns||19/11/2019||18/11/2023|
|Miss Jay Dash||14/02/2020||13/02/2024|
|Parent Representative||Miss Kirsty Evans||14/02/2020||13/02/2024|
|Mrs Gemma Hughes||08/10/2018||07/10/2022|
|Clerk||Mrs Irene Jones||08/09/2014|