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OUR GOVERNING BODY
The Governing Body plays an important part in the life of our school. The Governors are responsible for the appointment of staff, management of the school, maintenance of the building, ensuring our high standards are maintained and a range of other matters which enable the school to function smoothly. All Governors are members of either the Resources Committee or the Curriculum Committee.
Governors formally visit school once a term and report back to the Governors’ termly meeting. Minutes of Governors’ meetings are available in school for inspection by parents.
Governors complete an annual Register of Pecuniary Interests. If you would like to see a copy of the register, please ask the school office.
- Community Governor - Mr George Dance – Chairperson
- LEA Governor - Mrs Elizabeth Brown
- Parent Governor - Mrs Laura Catterall
- Parent Governor - Mrs Lindsay Smith
- Parent Governor - Mr Robert Gladstone
- Headteacher Governor - Mrs Sarah Smith
- Co-opted Governor - Mrs Kelly Holmes
- Teacher Governor - Miss Emma Holleywell
ATTENDANCE AT GOVERNORS' MEETINGS
20th November 2018
Present: George Dance, Sarah Smith, Bryony Haggerstone, Brian Bowden, Phil Rogers, Lyndsey Jardine, Elizabeth Brown, Barbara Reed, Laura Catterall
Apologies: Jill Nottingham
4th February 2019
Present: George Dance, Sarah Smith, Brian Bowden, Phillip Rogers, Laura Catterall, Elizabeth Brown
Also Present: H Pye
Apologies: Bryony Haggerstone, Lyndsey Jardine
13th May 2019
Present: George Dance, Sarah Smith, Brian Bowden, Phillip Rogers, Bryony Haggerstone, Elizabeth Brown
Also Present: H Pye & E Holleywell
Apologies: Laura Catterall, Lyndsey Jardine
7th October 2019
Present: George Dance, Sarah Smith, Brian Bowden, Elizabeth Brown, Emma Holleywell
Apologies: Laura Catterall, Bryony Haggerstone, Lyndsey Jardine, Phillip Rogers
3rd February 2020
Present: George Dance, Sarah Smith, Phillip Rogers, Laura Catterall, Elizabeth Brown, Emma Holleywell, Kelly Holmes
Apologies: Lyndsey Jardine, Brian Bowden