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What does the governing body do?
The governing body has an important part to play in guiding the school and raising school standards. Its three main roles are to:
Some of the things we do as a governing body include:
In practice, we:
The headteacher and the senior leaders are responsible for the day-to-day leadership and management of the school, while the governors operate at a strategic level and act as a ‘critical friend’. A critical friend offers support, constructive advice, and acts as a sounding board as well as providing challenges to the headteacher and school, asking questions and seeking information to arrive at the best solution.
To find out more about the specific duties and responsibilities of our governing body, please take a look at the documents below:
This document outlines the terms that the governing body work under.
This document outlines the terms that the Resources Committee of the governing body work under.
This document outlines the terms that the Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Committee of the governing body work under.
Who are we?
The full governing body is drawn from the wider community that the school serves. The usual term of office is four years but many governors stand for re-election and serve more than one term of office. Our governing body is made up of 15 governors (including the headteacher), a clerk and relevant associate governors, as follows:
This document details the governors who are attached to our school.
This document details the external business interests/relationships of governors.
This document shows which governors attended which meetings in the previous academic year (2022-2023).
Agendas, minutes and papers
If you would like to request copies of approved and signed minutes, agendas and any papers considered at meetings from the current or previous three school years, please contact the school office.
The school’s financial benchmarking information can be found on the GOV.UK website using the link below.
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