Who are Governors?
Governors are a team appointed to help in the running of the school. They meet at least once per term and have legal duties, powers and responsibilities. They are able to act together but cannot act individually.
They assist with:
- Deciding what is taught
- Setting standards of behaviour
- Interviewing and selecting staff
- Deciding how the school budget is spent
School Governors are:
- Teachers/staff at the school
- County Council representatives
- Community representatives
- Church representatives
The term of office of all Governors runs for four years. Any member of the Governing Body can be contacted via the school.
Download Governing Body Information
Co-opted Governors x 3
Foundation Governors x 3 (Ex officio; DBE; PCC)
Local Authority Governor x 1
Parent Governors x 3
Staff Governors x 2 including Headteacher