The Governing Board is School’s legally accountable body and is made up of governors who are volunteers, including parents, either appointed or elected to the board. The task of the Governing Board is to lead the school strategically, focusing on the three core functions:
1. Ensuring clarity of the vision, ethos and strategic direction
2. Holding leaders to account for the educational performance of School and its pupils and the effective and efficient performance management of staff
3. Overseeing the financial performance of School and making sure that its money is well spent.

School governors work with the Headteacher to make decisions about how the school is run. Governors work together, not individually and can be parents, staff, or representatives from the Council or local community. If you are interested in becoming a governor, please ask the Headteacher for further details.

The Governing Board and its committees meet at least twice a term. If you would like to find out who are governors are you can click here.

Further information about the Governing Board is available here: