Governors make decisions about how the school is run in
consultation with the headteacher. They have legal duties, powers and
responsibilities which include appointing staff and deciding how the school
budget is spent.
The governing body is made up of parents, staff, a representative of the Local Authority and other individuals living locally who are co-opted to provide a comprehensive range of skills and experience across the governing body. Governors are elected or appointed for four years and serve on one or more committees to carry out their various duties.
The governing body meets at least once each term to discuss the School Development Plan, agree policies, set or monitor the budget and generally ensure that the school is run in an efficient manner. Committees for Finance and Personnel, Premises and Curriculum meet regularly and report back to the main governing body as do Governors who regularly visit the school to focus on a particular subject and participate in the school's self-evaluation procedures.
Governor Attendance Record
Governors' Impact - Sports & Pupil Premium
Governors' Impact - Safeguarding
Governors' Impact - Financial Management
Publication of Governor Information