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GOVERNOR

RESPONSIBILITIES

Governor Responsibilities

 

Below is a full list of the members of our governing body together with their resposibilities and committee memberships. Any staff member or Governor can be contacted via the school.

 

Elizabeth Allsop, Parent Governor

  • Finance Committee Member

  • Curriculum Committee Member

Robin Hallows, Parent Governor

  • Chair of Finance Committee

Janine Pates, Parent Governor

  • Safeguarding & Wellbeing of Pupils Committee member

Andy Horsley, Parent Governor

  • Co-Chair of GB

  • Buildings and H&S Committee member

  • Finance Committee Member

Susan Jacob, Associate Member

  • Finance Committee member

  • Curriculum, Teaching & Learning Committee member

Roger Keeling, Associate Member

  • Co-Chair of GB

John Moffat, Local Authority Governor

  • Chair of Safeguarding & Wellbeing of Pupils Committee

  • Curriculum, Teaching & Learning Committee member

Sally Newton, Co-opted Governor

  • Chair of Curriculum, Teaching & Learning Committee

Vicki Holmes, Headteacher

  • Finance Committee member

  • Curriculum, Teaching & Learning Committee member

  • Buildings and H&S Committee member

  • Safeguarding & Wellbeing of Pupils Committee member

Angela Smithurst, Teacher

  • Curriculum, Teaching & Learning Committee member

  • Buildings and H&S Committee member

  • Safeguarding & Wellbeing of Pupils Committee member

Dave Smith, Foundation Governor

  • Curriculum, Teaching & Learning Committee member

  • Safeguarding & Wellbeing of Pupils Committee member

Peter Yates, Foundation Governor

  • Vice Chair of GB

  • Chair of Buildings and H&S Committee

  • Finance Committee member

 
Declarations of Interest

Every year, all Governors are required to sign a ‘Register of Business Interests’ form.  If a Governor has any business, financial, family or other interests which may cause a potential conflict of interest with their role as a Governor, these must be declared. 

 

It can be a criminal offence if a Governor:

  • Omits information which should be included on the form.

  • Provides information which is false or misleading.

  • Fails to notify the Governors/Head teacher of any subsequent change in circumstances which might render the declaration to be invalid or out of date.

 

The execution of this process at the start of every new academic year is a responsibility of the Clerk to Governors. A Register of Business Interests is maintained by the Clerk to Governors.

 

All Governors have duly signed ‘Register of Business Interests’ forms for this current year.  No declarations of interests were declared.  Also, no Governor sits on the Governing Body of any other educational institution.

 

In addition, at the commencement of every Governors’ meeting, the Chair asks if there are any items on the agenda which may cause any Governor a potential conflict of interests.   If such an interest is declared, it is formally minuted and the relevant Governor may be asked by the Chair to leave the meeting while that particular agenda item is discussed.

 

Additional Information (Updated 15 January 2016)

 

Please find attached the meeting attendance records for our Governor meetings for the past 12 months.

 

Details of the make-up of our Governing Body including those appointed and standing down with the past 12 months will be available for download shortly.