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Governors

 

 

Position

Appointed by

Date appointed

Term of office

Date stepped down

Entries in Register of Interests

Voting

rights

Paul Grigg

Staff (Head)

automatically appointed by virtue of office

-

n/a

 

none

Y

Rob Moore

Clerk to govs

Governors

-

           n/a

 

none

N

Becky Mathew (Co-Chair)

ex officio

appointed by virtue of office

-

n/a

 

none

Y

Jenni Capel

foundation

school parents election

July 2019

4 years

 

none

Y

John LeGood

local authority

Derbyshire CountyCouncil

Sept 2016

4 years

Sept 20

none

Y

Eileen Asker

staff

school staff election

Sept 2019

1 year

 

none

Y

Colleen Brown

church foundation

DBE on recommendation of PCC

Jan 2019

4 years

 

none

Y

Cathy Hastie (Ex-Chair)

Parent

co-opted by Governing body

Sept 2018

4 years

Mar 2020

none

N/A

Helen Meynell

church foundation

DBE on recommendation of PCC

Sept 2016

4 years

 

none

Y

Leanne Gelderd (Co-Chair)

parent

school parents election

July 2019

4 years

 

none

Y

Laura Simpson  

church foundation

DBE on recommendation of PCC

Jan 2016

4 years

 

none

Y
Rachel Wiggins local authority DBE on recommendation of PCC Mar 2020

4

        years

      none Y

Jon Sayer

(Vice Chair)

Parent school parents election Mar 2020

4

        years

     none Y

DBE=Diocesan Board of Education PCC=Parochial Church Council

 

The role of the Board of Governors is to make key strategic decisions for the school and to ensure that all statutory duties are met.

Governing bodies are made up of several categories of school governors who are elected or appointed in different ways. These include staff governors, parent governors, co-opted governors and local authority governors.

The full Governing body meets once every half term, which is six times each academic year. Additional meetings may be called if required.

Certain responsibilities are devolved to committees within the governing body. These committees monitor and discuss aspects of the school and report their findings to the full governing body.

The committees are currently as follows:

Pupils and Curriculum

Paul Grigg, Eileen Asker(chair), Rachel Wiggins, Colleen Brown, Leanne Gelderd

Premises/Health and Safety

Paul Grigg, Leanne Gelderd, Helen Meynell, Laura Simpson, Jon Sayer (Chair), Graham Cripps (associate)  

Human Resources

Paul Grigg, Jenni Capel, Becky Mathew, Laura Simpson (chair), Collen Brown

Finance

Paul Grigg, Leanne Gelderd (Chair), Jon Sayer

Admissions

Paul Grigg, Helen Meynell, Rachel Wiggins, Becky Mathew

Headteacher Performance Management

Colleen Brown, Leanne Gelderd

 

Disciplinary (staff)

Colleen Brown, Laura Simpson

Disciplinary (pupils)

Jenni Capel, Colleen Brown, Becky Mathew

 

 

 

 

Full Governing Body Meetings

All Governors formally meet at least six times a year. This is an opportunity to discuss the work of sub-committees, review documentation, consider feedback from Governor visits/monitoring activities and listen to reports from the Headteacher and school staff. Actions and responsibility are delegated to four main sub-committees that meet regularly throughout the year. Their main responsibilities are detailed, below.

 

Finance

Human Resources (HR)

Prepare and monitor the budget; review regulations and contractual arrangements; consider and advise on matters to ensure best value.

Review pay policy; monitor staff appraisal; make recommendation on HR expenditure; review staff structures; oversee appointments; review professional development for staff.

Pupils and Curriculum

Premises and Health & Safety

Review and monitor: the School Improvement Plan; the Self-Evaluation Summary document; curriculum policy and schemes; assessment, including procedures for measuring attainment and progress; attendance; behaviour and discipline; SEN provision; and the impact of Pupil Premium funding.

Premises: Monitor and be up-to-date with legal obligations for premises maintenance; manage Devolved Formula Capital funds and capital projects.

Health and Safety: review accidents, procedures and policies; refer to statutory regulations and oversee provision of training.

Other sub-committees

Other smaller committees exist, but they only formally meet when required. This covers aspects such as: disciplinary, admissions and Headteacher Performance Management (HTPM).

 

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