Becoming a Governor
School governors work as part of the school team to plan and make decisions on key issues that help teachers raise standards and shape the future of the school. The full governing body usually meets once a term.
Could You Become a Parent Governor?
Parent Governors are elected to serve for a period of four years. Parent Governors must have a child registered at the school at the time of election but can continue to serve their full term even if their child leaves the school. When a vacancy arises the school sends out letters to all parents asking for nominations to fill the vacancy. If there are more nominations than vacancies then parents are balloted and a new governor(s) is elected.
If you are interested then please contact the school and we will tell you more about it. You don’t need qualifications, just enthusiasm and commitment together with a desire to make a difference. Alternatively, why not have a chat with a governor to find out more. All our governors would welcome the opportunity to tell you more and as governors, can explain what it is really like. A full list of governors appears on our website.