The Governing Body
|Governors||Mrs Jodi Schajer - Principal|
|Foundation Governors||Mr Anthony Frieze (Chairman)|
|Ms Nicole Bleyleben|
|Mrs Rebecca Wiltshire (Designated Safeguaring Governor) - please contact through school (or firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Mr Jonathan Ford|
|Parent Governors||Miss Sameera Nasim|
|Staff Governor||Mrs Julie Daukes|
|Community Governor||Mrs Eleanor Bailey|
Who can be a governor?
Governors are people like you. You may be a parent or simply a concerned citizen with an interest in education. If you feel that you have something to offer, get involved as a governor.
School governors reflect the whole community, including parents, teachers and other people working in schools, the local authority, local businesses, religious and community groups. All governors take an equal part in making and carrying out decisions.
What do governors do?
School governors make important decisions about how schools are run. Governors are responsible for the standards the school achieves and they set the school's aims and policies.
Governors control the finances and together with school staff, they are responsible for delivering a high quality education to all pupils in a school.
Though it's not paid, being a governor is a big responsibility and takes time, energy and commitment. But don't be put off because you are not an expert - there is plenty of training and support available.
Governors' Business & Pecuniary Interests
Local Governing Body Register of Governors' Business & Pecuniary Interests for the Academic Year 2015-2016. 23rd March 2016. register is available to view by clicking here.
Record of meeting attendance Academic Year 2016-2017
It is now a requirement to publish meeting attendance, full board and committee, for governors on our website. A spreadsheet has been created for the Full GB + AIC + Resources meetings. There is also a summary of all governance membership changes over the year.
The attendance register is available to view in pdf format by clicking here.