School governors are people from the local community who wish to make a positive contribution to children’s education. They are the largest volunteer force in the country and have an important part to play in raising school standards through their three key roles of setting the strategic direction of the school, ensuring accountability and being the school’s ‘critical friend’. Almost anyone can become a school governor. All new governors receive training and support from the school, the local authority and their fellow governors. If you are interested in assisting the school in this way, please ask the School Office for further details.
There are six committee meetings per year, two per term of the Academic and Standards Committee and the Finance and Premises Committee.
|Role||Title||Forename||Surname||Date of appointment||Date term of office ends/ended|
|Governor||Mr||Glenn||Roden||01 Sep 2022||31 Aug 2026|
|Governor||Mrs||Dawn||Roden||01 Sep 2022||31 Aug 2026|
|Governor||Mr||Berl||Goldbart||21 Mar 2022||20 Mar 2026|
|Governor||Ms||Dawn||Wejszko||01 Nov 2021||31 Oct 2025|
|Governor||Mr||Alan||May||16 Dec 2020||15 Dec 2024|
|Chair of Governors||Mr||Bradley||Jones||01 Sep 2017||31 Aug 2025|
|Governor||Ms||Helen||Blairman||01 Jan 2017||31 Dec 2024|
|Governor||Ms||Noelle||Skivington||12 Jul 2016||11 Jul 2024|