What is the purpose of the Governing Board?


Governors have three main roles:


1. The strategic role, which is about:


  • The vision for the school
  • Developing the aims for the school
  • Ensuring that all pupils can achieve their potential


2. School Improvement


In this role Governors will:


  • Monitor and evaluate the school's work
  • Visit the school to check on strategic priorities and meet statutory obligations relating to keeping children safe
  • Ensure that all meetings are effective by reading all papers prior to the meeting and preparing their questions before meetings


3. Responsibilities of the Governing Board include:


  • Promoting high standards of education and achievement
  • Planning the school's long-term future
  • Setting the school's aims and values
  • Appointing senior staff including the Headteacher
  • Budgetary allocation and control
  • Making sure that the curriculum is broad and balanced, meeting the needs of our children to enable cultural capital for all

Meet our Governors