Governors are responsible for a number of areas including attainment, finance, policies and procedures. Their role involves working closely with the Headteacher and Senior Leadership Team to ensure children get the best possible education to enable them to reach their full potential, in an environment where they feel safe, valued and where learning is fun.
Their main functions are to:
The Governing Body and committees meet twice per term. (See committee structure.)
The Governing Body comprises of:
The Governing Body also has 2 sub-committees; the Standards and Pupils Committee, and the Resources Committee. Other smaller Committees also exist, and working groups may be set up when needed to address or discuss particular issues.
The overall purpose of the Standards and Pupils Committee is to:
The overall purpose of the Resources Committee is to:
The overall purpose of the Headteacher Performance Management Working Group is to carry out the Governing Body's statutory responsibilities for the Performance Management of the Headteacher.
The overall purpose of the Secondary Committee is to:
Governing bodies of local authority maintained school and academies in England are required to publish on their website their register of interests. This register meets the statutory requirements by setting out the relevant business interests of our governors and details of any other educational establishments they govern. The register includes details of any relationships between governors and members of the school including spouses, partners and relatives.
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