Welcome to the Governors’ page of the website. School governors have a general responsibility to parents and the Local Authority for the effective leadership of the school, acting within the framework set by national legislation and the policies of the Local Authority.
Governors help to decide school policy and share responsibility for the leadership of the school. They advise and support our Executive Head and staff, working with the school to meet the needs of the children whilst ensuring that the school provides good value for money. They help the Executive Head in the selection of staff and act as a link between the school and the community.
If you are interested in being a Governor, please contact the school office to discuss any vacancies. If you would like to contact a governor, this can be done through the school office. Letters marked for the attention of a governor will be passed on in confidence.
If you are interested in being a Governor, please contact the school office to discuss any vacancies.
Contacting the Governing Board
The governing body welcomes the views of parents and carers and are keen that you should know when and how to contact us either informally or formally.
Our role is to support the strategic leadership of the school and we welcome discussions relating to our work and responsibilities which are of general relevance to the school and pupils. Governors are usually available to speak to at school events or on general school visits, where we wear governor lanyards. Some of us are also parents at the school gates where, time permitting, we can have an informal word.
Governors are not involved in the day-to-day running of the school or individual issues affecting a particular pupil. In this instance, please follow the school procedure of contacting the class teacher first and then the Head of School, if necessary. Occasionally, the Head of School or Executive Head may then involve a governor.
If you feel a matter has not been dealt with appropriately by the school, then your concern can be brought to the Chair of Governors. Official communication should be put in writing addressed to the Chair of Governors and can be left, confidentially, at the school office or posted to the normal school postal address. Further information about the procedure for school based complaints can be found in the statutory information section of this website.
If you would like to make contact with the Governing Board for any other reason, then you can leave a message for us at the school office or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org