In England and Wales, state education is provided through the operation of a partnership between; central and local government, the Diocese (for faith schools), other interested parties, school governing bodies, headteachers and school staff. The law requires schools to have a governing body representative of these stakeholders who will, collectively, oversee the strategic running of the school.
Overview: Governing Roles
Overview: Governing Responsibilities
Having a strategic role means that the governors work in partnership with the HeadTeacher to decide what they want the school to achieve and set the framework for the realisation of this. Essentially, Governors should support the aims and objectives of the school safeguarding the interests of the school and its pupils in the wider community.
Overview: Expectations of the Governor role
Within the remit of the role Governors should:
Damien Trevatt – Chair, Safeguarding and Community Governor. Appointed 23/5/19. Damien.Trevatt@stloys.co.uk
Julian Roberts – Foundation Governor
Jos Kirkwood – Foundation Governor
Frank Hunter – Foundation Governor
Diane Whittaker – Foundation Governor
Kathryn Crawford – Headteacher
Susie Addison – Teaching Governor. Committees: Standards and Curriculum. Appointed 01/11/15
Antonia Lanyiova – Parent Governor
Jessica Armstrong – Parent Governor
Sarah Bougard – Parent Governor