What do Governors do?
The question we are most commonly asked is ‘What do Governors do?’.
The governing body is responsible for ensuring our school provides good quality education, promoting high standards of academic achievement but also helping ensure that the school is a safe and happy place for our pupils and staff.
The Governors work in partnership with the Headteacher setting the overall objectives for the school and monitoring progress. The Headteacher is responsible for the day to day operational management of the school.
Governors are often described as the school’s ‘Critical Friend’ and this is part of our ‘job’, but the Governing Body also
The Governing Body is made up from four groups of people:
All Governors can be contacted through the School Office or if you see us in and around the school please don't be afraid to approach us.
We currently have two Governor vacancies, so if you feel you could enhance the strategic thinking of the school, we would love to hear from you.