Governors

At The Boyle and Petyt Primary School we are fortunate to have a Governing Body that is active and enthusiastic, sharing the responsibility for the conduct of the school and the education and welfare of its children.  

The Governing Body's strategic role is to:

Monitor and review progress across the school

Set aims and objectives

Establish, review and maintain policies

Ensure best practice objectives are adhered to.

 

School Governors

Governor Details

Term

Role

Committees

Register

of Interests

Attendance

%

John Sykes

Foundation Governor 

2017 

2021

Chair

Finance

Appraisal

Staff Dismissal

  100

Paula Dennison Newton

Foundation Governor 

2018

2022

Vice-chair

Pupil Progress & Curriculum

Appraisal

Staff Dismissal

Delivery of Singing

Lessons

100

Imogen Addy

Headteacher Governor 

2018

2020

 

Pupil Progress & Curriculum

Finance

Admission

  100

William Bell

Parent Governor

2016-

2020 

 

 

  90

Rebecca Brown

Foundation Governor

(FOBs)

2018

2022

 

 

 

  100

Julia Ebel

Parent Governor

2018

2022

Early Years' Governor 

Pupil Progress & Curriculum,

Admission

  100

Rebecca Nelson

Staff Governor

2017-

2021 

 

Pupil Progress & Curriculum,

 

  100 

Jill Pennock

LA Governor

2017*- 

 

 

 

 

100

Stuart Petty

Foundation Governor

2016

2020

 Health & Safety Governor

Finance,

Appraisal

Spouse employed

as TA

90

Robert Shelton

Foundation Governor

2018

2022

 

Finance

 

90

Janet Simmonds

Foundation Governor

2016-

2020

SEN Governor

Child Protection Governor

Pupil Progress & Curriculum

  100

Alison Turner

Foundation Governor

2015

2019 

Designated Safeguarding Governor

 Finance

 

 Employed as TA 90 

Sue Holmes

  Clerk  

Spouse - Fabrication business

 

The term of office for a governor is 4 years, except the headteacher governor which is 2 years.

The term of office for the chair, vice-chair and chair of committees is one year.

*The LA Governor is appointed until the appointment of their successors, which can take place at any time following the County Council and Local elections,

usually four years.

 

Committee Terms of Reference

 

Admission:

 

To prepare, adopt and review admission arrangements for the school;

 

To consult upon and publish the admission arrangements;

 

Appraisal:

 

Clear and consistent assessment of the overall performance of school employed staff, including support staff, teachers and the headteacher, and for supporting their

development within the context of the school's plan for improving educational provision and performance, and standards applicable to the post.

 

Finance:

 

In consultation with the Headteacher, to draft the first formal budget plan of the financial year

 

Establish and maintain an up to date 3 year financial plan

 

Consider a budget position statement including virement decisions at least termly and to report significant anomalies from the anticipated postion to the Governing Body

Ensure that the school operates within the Financial Regulations of the County Council

 

Monitor expenditure of all voluntary funds kept on behalf of the Governing Body

 

Annually review charges and remissions policies and expenses policies.

 

Make decisions in respect of service agreements

 

Make decisions on expenditure following recommendations from other committees

 

Ensure, as far as is practical, that Health and Safety issues are appropriately prioritised

 

Determine whether sufficient funds are available for pay increments as recommended by the Headteacher

 

In the light of the Headteacher Performance Management Group’s recommendations, to determine whether sufficient funds are available for increments

 

Pupil Progress & Curriculm:

 

Consider and advise the governing body on standards and other matters relating to the school’s curriculum, including statutory requirements and the School's

Curriculum Policy

 

Consider curricular issues which have implications for Finance and Personnel decisions and to make recommendations to the relevant committees or the Governing Body

Make arrangements for the Governing Body to be represented at School Improvement discussions with the LA and for reports to be received by the Governing Body

Oversee arrangements for individual governors to take a leading role in specific areas of provision, eg SEN, Literacy, Numeracy. To receive regular reports from them and

advise the Governing Body.

 

Oversee arrangements for educational visits, including the appointment of a named co-ordinator 

 

Staff Dismissal:

 

Hear appeals against initial decisions of the Staff Dismissal Committee or the Headteacher about matters relating to the discipline of staff, dismissal of staff, other

terminations or staff redundancy in accordance with the adopted policies.

 

Uphold or dismiss an appeal.

 

Approved Minutes:

9th May 2018

17th October 2017

16th May 2017

15th February 2017

19th October 2016

12th May 2016

10th February 2016

14th October 2015

 

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