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Governors

The Governing Body plays a key role in helping our school to provide the best possible education for all our pupils.  It has a general responsibility for the development of the school: supporting the Headteacher, promoting high standards of educational achievement and in ensuring a safe, well maintained environment in which to learn.

The full Governing Body meets every term; committees meet more frequently (parents are informed of the dates of these meetings and may access the minutes of meetings).  Governors take part in Governor Training Programmes, as appropriate.

The governors are also involved in school life formally and informally, e.g. visiting classes, accompanying school trips and attending school functions. When governors attend a major event, or visit the school in a formal capacity, they usually write a report to summarise their visit (these are filed and may be viewed by the inspectors).

Examples of recent Governors’ Reports can be seen from the link HERE.

 

GOVERNORS IN SCHOOL

All governors play an active part across the federation beyond attending governor’s meetings. This includes:

  • Critical friend learning walks
  • Book scrutiny
  • Siams review
  • Completing the Annual Safeguarding Audit
  • Termly premises health and safety inspections
  • Weekly Baking Club with the children
  • Taking Collective Worship
  • Accompanying school visits
  • Attending fortnightly Sharing assembly
  • Conducting Children’s Questionnaires and Children’s Voice
  • Attending CPD sessions with staff
  • Attending PTA events
  • Data analysis

 

GOVERNOR VISIT REPORTS

(See also Governors Minutes when governors have reported visits to the full governing body)

JUNE 2015                          

REBEKAH DESPORT

TRISH SHARMA       

CRITICAL FRIENDS

                                               

CHRIS WINGFIELD

RACHAEL HARRISON

 

NOVEMBER 2015             

SUE SCOTT

CATHERINE NAYLOR               

DATA ANALYSIS

MARCH 2016                    

SUE SCOTT               

                                          

 BUS REVIEW

JUNE 2016                          

REBEKAH DESPORT 

                                       

 LEARNING WALK/BOOK SCRUTINY

 

REPORTS ARE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST

 

The Children Interviewed (Interrogated) Our Governors

Governor Interview Spring 2017

Vicar Of Sand Hutton Interview

Vicar of Warthill Interview

Governor Interview

 

 

Register of Interests

 

Name

Category

Appointed By

Term in Office

Committees Currently Serving on

Other Positions of Responsibility

Business Interests*

Relationships**

Rebakah Desport

Parent Governor(W) & Chair of Governors

Parent Election

22 April 2017

Childrens, Resources

 

 

 

Ann Spetch

Local Authiority Governor & Vice Chair

NYCC

31 August 2017

Resources (Chair)

 

 

 

Janet Wardell

Headteacher

NYCC

n/a

Childrens, Resources

 

 

 

Nick Bird

Foundation Governor (W)

Diocese

31 May 2018

Childrens

 

 

 

Chris Wingfield

Foundation Governor (SH)

Diocese

31 May 2018

Resources

 

 

 

Becky Capstick

Parent Governor

 FGB

07/2020

Resources 

 

 

 

Catherine Hind

Co-Opted Governor

Staff Election

1 September 2018

Childrens

 

 

 

Peter Stott

Co-Opted Governor

FGB

1 April 2020

Resources

 

 

 

Catherine Naylor

Staff Governor

FGB

23 September 2018

Childrens

 

 

 

Rachael Harrison

Co-Opted Governor

FGB

28 January 2018

Childrens

 

 

 

Dominic Squires

Co-Opted Governor

FBG

09/2020 Finance      

Trish Sharma

Co-Opted Governor

 FGB

July 2019

Childrens

 

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* Relevant business interests of governors and details of any other educational establishments they govern

** Relationships between governors and members of the school staff including spouses, partners and relatives

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