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Governors

Welcome to our Governors’ section.

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

THE GOVERNING BODY OF CHRISTCHURCH SCHOOL

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Helen-MarieDaviesHeadteacherGovernor03/09/2012N/A
PennyKennedyClerkClerk02/09/2013N/A
KayPiperFoundation GovernorChair10/09/202009/09/2024
ChrisDaviesFoundation GovernorVice Chair01/02/201831/01/2022
KathleenBoyceFoundation GovernorGovernor01/12/201730/11/2021
Angela LloydFoundation GovernorGovernor12/11/201911/11/2023
MargaretJonesFoundation GovernorGovernor10/09/202009/09/2024
Rev. Ian FolksFoundation GovernorGovernor17/10/202016/10/2024
JenniferJonesFoundation GovernorGovernor06/11/202005/11/2024
Vacancy Foundation GovernorGovernor  
Janet GoodallL A GovernorGovernor19/06/202018/06/2024
DonnieYuenL A GovernorGovernor20/12/201919/12/2023
RobertWoodParent GovernorGovernor16/10/202015/10/2024
SiobhanParryParent GovernorGovernor08/10/202107/10/2025
Rachel TuckerStaff GovernorGovernor01/02/202031/01/2024
Natalie TregemboTeacher GovernorGovernor01/02/202031/01/2024

 

The members of the Governing Body comprise of elected representatives of parents, the school staff, Local Authority and foundation (Church) appointees. The term of office is four years. Governors normally meet as a body once a term, with more frequent meetings of sub-committees as required. At the termly meeting the Head teacher presents a report on all aspects of the running of the school.

 

The Governors present an annual report on the operation of the school to parents. Governors are not involved in the day to day operation of the school, although governors do give freely of their time and support the children in various ways during the school day.

 

 

The responsibilities of the governors in the general supervision of the running of the school and specific duties include:-

 

  • Setting and reviewing the school development plan.

  • Setting and reviewing the annual school budget which is co-ordinated with the appointment of staff.

  • Staff discipline and grievances

  • Health and Safety standards.

  • One of the governors is responsible for ensuring that the special needs of pupils are met.

     

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