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Welcome

 

Welcome to our Governors’ section.  Our Governors all work extremely hard to support the school.  Their job is to ensure that the school runs smoothly and conforms to all the necessary requirements, while ensuring that all children achieve their very best within an excellent, broad and balanced curriculum.  They monitor the school's financial, health and safety and management systems and work with the staff to ensure that the school constantly moves forward and improves.

 

Joining the School Governors

 

Are you interested in joining us & becoming a School Governor? If you would like to know more about the role, please click the following link: https://www.gov.uk/become-school-college-governor

                                          OR

Let the School Office know & they will ask either the Head of School, the Executive Headteacher or the Chair of Governors to contact you.

 

 

 

Meet our Governors

 

Chair of Governors - Sue Traverso (Co-opted Governor)

 

Janette Davidson (Co-opted Governor, Chair of Curriculum & Standards Committee, responsibility for Safeguarding)

Claire Hurrell (Co-opted Governor, Chair of Finance & Operations Committee)

Bernadette Moore (Staff Governor)

Jane Mosedale (Co-opted Governor)

Maria Vincent (Parent Governor)

Lucy Wilson (Parent Governor with responsibility for Attendance)

 

 

Mark Adamson, as our Executive Headteacher, sits on all of our committees. He is a staff governor.

Emma Hamilton-Smith, as our Head of School, is present as an observer.

 

Our Clerk to Governors is Rachel Shirley.

           

 

We hope that you find the information in this section useful and if you want to get in touch with governors please leave a message with the school office.

Governor Information

Governor Information 1
Governor Information 2

What is a register of pecuniary interests?

It is a list of any business or financial interests. For example: the company the person or people close to them work for, directorships, significant shareholdings or other appointments within a business or other organisation which may have dealings with the school.

The register enables governors to demonstrate that in spending public money they do not benefit personally from decisions that they make.

 

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