School governors are drawn from different parts of the community, such as parents, the staff, the local authority (LA), the community and other groups.
Governors are responsible for promoting high standards, setting targets, the school's finances, the curriculum, appointments, reviewing performance and pay and much more.
Parent Governors - selected by election (or appointment if insufficient people stand for election) and drawn from parents and carers of children at the school.
Staff Governors - selected by election from teaching and support staff paid to work at the school
Co-opted Governors - appointed by the Governing Body to serve the needs of the school
LA Governors - appointed by the Local Authority
|Type of Governor||Name||Roles and Responsibilities|
|School Governors||Robyn Bruce Headteacher||Wellbeing of pupils and staff|
|Parent Governors||Fazel Ali|
|Co-opted Governors||Jacqueline Bettis||Children, Families and Community Governor|
|Margaret Davies||Chair, Link Governor for Year 6, Governor for Equalities|
|Emine Cigdem||Link Governor for Year 4|
|Vice chair, Link Governor for Year 3, Children, Families and Community Governor|
Health and Safety
|Andrea Palmer||SEN and CP|
|LA Governors||Mark Butcher||Link Governor for year 5 and for Literacy|
|Associate Member||Cate Marshall|
We have two committees which meet regularly. They are the Curriculum and Standards Committee and Finance and General Purposes Committee.
Curriculum and Standards Committee
Finance and General Purposes Committee