Members of the Governing Body:
The full Governing Body meets at least once every term to discuss the strategic development of the school and it's future.
Governors also sit on an additional committee, these are, the Resources Committee, the Teaching and Learning Committee and the PPC (Parents, pupils and community) Committee.
The Teaching and learning committee is there to monitor the development of the school curriculum with a view to ensuring that the curriculum fulfils statutory requirements, meets the needs of all pupils at the school and provides a range of rich relevant and varied learning experiences for all pupils. To monitor the quality of teaching as reported to the governing body by the head teacher and senior management team through their programme of classroom observations and via the reports of external advisors/ inspectors to the school. To monitor pupil outcomes with respect to the rates of progress of pupils at the school and comparison with national figures and the progress and attainment of pupils with similar needs.
Please click here to see the Register of Interests for each governor.
Please click here for Record of Attendance 2016- 2017.
Please click here for Record of Attendance 2017- 2018.
Please click here for Articles of Association
Please click here for Terms of Reference
Please click here for the Funding Agreement
Contacting the School Governors:
If you wish to contact the Chair of Governors or another member of the Governing Body you may do so via the email address below. If you wish to meet the Chair of Governors in person, please contact the school office to arrange an appointment.
Becoming a School Governor:
School Governors play a vital part in the success of our schools they ensure our children get the best from their time in school. Being a school governor is demanding but rewarding. Governors need to have time to dedicate to their role, to be prepared to make challenging decisions, act with the very best of intentions and confidentially at all times, and to make sure their decisions are followed up. Governors work as a team and play an important role in making sure the school provides a good quality of education.
Every school must have a governing board. The membership will vary according to the type of school. Each governing board may consist of any of the following roles:
Parent Governors - elected by and from parents of registered pupils at the school.
Community Governors - are appointed by the governing body from the local community.
Staff Governors - elected by teaching and support staff at the school.
Foundation Governors - appointed representatives from the church or charitable trust.
Local Authority (LA) Governors - are appointed by the local authority. Academies can still elect to have an LA Governor.
For more information about becoming a school governor please contact Bromley governor services on 020 8241 5486 or via firstname.lastname@example.org. Alteratively you can apply through the SGOSS website.
National Governors' Association (NGA):
The NGA is the representative body for state-funded school governors in England. For further information, follow this link to their website.
Minutes from Governors Meetings
Minutes from PCC Meetings
Minutes from Teaching and Learning Meetings