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Shottery St Andrew's CE Primary School

Care, Inspire, Achieve.

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Governors/Governance

Our School Governing Body

  • Governors are a voluntary body of people who guide and support the strategic direction of the school.  They are members of the school team and their contribution to the running of the school is highly valued.
  • The instrument of government states that the governing body shall consist of:-
  • 2 parent governors
  • 1 local authority governor
  • 1 staff Governor
  • 1 headteacher
  • 3 foundation governors (including ex-officio governor)
  • 4 co-opted governors
  • The total number of governors will be 12 and the term of office for all governors will be four years.

 

The role of the governing body is a strategic one, its key functions are to:

  • Set the aims and objectives for the school
  • Set the policies for achieving those aims and objectives
  • Set the targets for achieving those aims and objectives
  • Monitor and evaluate the progress the school is making towards the achievement of its aims and objectives
  • Be a source of challenge and support to the headteacher

 

School Vision

At Shottery St Andrew’s School we work as a close team of Governors and staff, parents and children, to achieve our aims. Governors support the school as much as is possible to continue to improve outcomes for all. We aim to improve the effectiveness of leadership and management of the school, for which we are responsible.

We continue to support the Head Teacher and staff in helping the children to develop positive attitudes and values for themselves and help to make sure our children are safe, healthy, confident and happy. We support and value our church connections, with shared values and also British values of democracy, rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs. We include the fruits of the Spirit , as outlined in Galatians 5v22-23:

Love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, and self control.

We believe these factors will enable our children to be successful learners who want to make a positive contribution to the wider community, and so develop life- long skills that will enable them to have the best possible futures.

“We care for and inspire; we care about and achieve”.

 

Financial Information

Please note that we do not have any employees with a gross annual salary of more than £100,000.

 

Meet our School Team

Please find below details of how our Governing body is structured, including the names, categories, responsibilities and terms of appointment for each Governor.

 

Larry Granelly

Chair of Governors / Co-opted Governor

granelly.l@welearn365.com

Committees/Office held: SIAMS

Responsibilities: Safeguarding Audit, Children Protection, Finance

Date Appointed: September 2019

Term of Office:  4 years

Business, Personal & Pecuniary Interests: None

Governance roles in other educational institutions: Chair of the Fosse Mat

Meetings attended in the previous academic year:  24/24

 

Dr Bill Bigge

Vice-Chair / Co-opted Governor

bigge.w@welearn365.com

Responsibilities/Committees/Office held:  Health and Safety, Policies

Date Appointed: June 2021

Term of Office:  4 years

Business, Personal & Pecuniary Interests:  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Meetings attended in the previous academic year:  48/49

 

Rev'd Craig Groocock

Foundation Governor

Committees/Office held: SIAMS

Responsibilities: Mental Wellbeing, Policies

Date Appointed:  September 2019

Term of Office:   not applicable

Business, Personal & Pecuniary Interests: None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  PCC St. Andrew's CofE Church, Chair SIAMS

Meetings attended in the previous academic year: 14/22

 

Mrs Ann Millington

Foundation Governor

Committees/Office held: SIAMS

Responsibilities:  Safeguarding

Date Appointed:  February 2020

Term of Office:  4 years

Business, Personal & Pecuniary Interests: None

Governance roles in other educational institutions: None

Meetings attended in the previous academic year: 19/20

 

Mrs Rebecca Bartlett

Foundation Governor

Committees/Office held: 

Responsibilities:  

Date Appointed:  June 2022

Term of Office:  4 years

Business, Personal & Pecuniary Interests: 

Governance roles in other educational institutions: 

Meetings attended in the previous academic year: 

 

Mrs Emma Gibbons

Co-opted Governor

Responsibilities/Committees: SEND, Policies, Website

Date Appointed:  October 2019

Term of Office:  4 years

Business, Personal & Pecuniary Interests: None

Governance roles in other educational institutions: None

Meetings attended in the previous academic year: 23/23

 

Mrs Rebecca Davies

Parent Governor

Responsibilities/Committees: Finance

Date Appointed:  October 2020

Term of Office:  4 years

Business, Personal & Pecuniary Interests: None

Governance roles in other educational institutions: None

Meetings attended in the previous academic year: 13/13

 

Mrs Jeannette Parkin

Parent Governor

Responsibilities/Committees:

Date Appointed:  November 2021

Term of Office:  4 years

Business, Personal & Pecuniary Interests: None

Governance roles in other educational institutions: None

Meetings attended in the previous academic year:

 

Mrs Katie Oakes

L.A. Governor

Responsibilities/Committees:

Date Appointed:  January 2021

Term of Office:  4 years

Business, Personal & Pecuniary Interests: None

Governance roles in other educational institutions: Teacher at The Spire MAT

Meetings attended in the previous academic year: 8/9

 

Miss Helen Howlett

Staff Governor

Responsibilities/Committees:

Date Appointed:  September 2021

Term of Office:  4 years

Business, Personal & Pecuniary Interests: None

Governance roles in other educational institutions: None

Meetings attended in the previous academic year: 46/49

 

Mrs P. Auricchio

Clerk to Governors

auricchio.p@welearn365.com

 

 

 

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