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GOVERNOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND

MEETING ATTENDANCE RECORD

Full Governing Body and Sub-Committee Meeting
Attendance Records
 
 
Governor Responsibilities

 

Below is a full list of the members of our Governing Body together with their responsibilities, committee memberships and dates of their 'Terms of Office'. Any staff member or Governor can be contacted via the school.

Julie Page, Parent Governor

  • Start date: 23rd November 2021

        End date: 22nd November 2025

        Business Interest: Interest declared

        Financial Interest: None declared

        Relationships to staff/governors: None declared

Helen Easter, Parent Governor

Emily Daley, Parent Governor

Aimee Briddon, Parent Governor

John Moffat, Local Authority Governor

  • Chair of Governors, Safeguarding Governor

       Start date: 1995

        End date: 2024

        Business Interest: None declared

        Financial Interest: None declared

        Relationships to staff/governors: None declared

Ann Tipton, Co-opted Governor

       Start date: 17th January 2023

        End date: 16th January 2027

        Business Interest: None declared

        Financial Interest: None declared

        Relationships to staff/governors: None declared

Eleanor Meylan, Staff Governor

       Start date: 17th January 2023

        End date: 16th January 2027

        Business Interest: None declared

        Financial Interest: None declared

        Relationships to staff/governors: None declared

 

Kate Pawlitta - Associate Governor

       Start date: 17th January 2023

        End date: 16th January 2027

        Business Interest: None declared

        Financial Interest: None declared

        Relationships to staff/governors: None declared

Foundation Governor - Vacancy

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Governors/Head teacher of any subsequent change in circumstances which might render the declaration to be invalid or out of date.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

Associate Members

 

An Associate Member cannot Chair a meeting of the full Governing Board and they have no voting rights.

They can Chair Committee meetings but if there was ever a tied vote they would not have a casting vote, unlike a chair who is a Governor.

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