Current Governors

Growing and learning together with God

 

Our school is a Voluntary Controlled Church of England School.

 

The Governing Body consists of:

Chair: Helen Metcalfe
Vice-Chair: Janet Britton
Headteacher: Debbie McLeod
Associate Member: Rachel Chadbourne (Deputy Headteacher)
Clerk to Governors: Katherine Mills

Current constitution: Headteacher, 3 x Parent governors, 3 x Foundation governors, 1 x Staff governor, 3 x Co-opted governors, 1 x LA governor

Committee Membership:

Performance & Standards Committee
Helen Metcalfe (Co-opted)

Polly Foster (LA)
Jenny Lyon (Parent) (Chair)
Rev. Stephen Griffiths (Foundation)
Jo Ejiogu (Staff) 

Resources Committee  

Sue Ashdown (Co-opted)
Jo Beeney (Resources)                 
Janet Britton (Foundation)
Simon Dackombe (Parent) (Chair)
Martyn Simmonds (Foundation)

Appraisal & Pay Committee

Helen Metcalfe (Co-opted) Chair
Janet Britton (Foundation)
Rev. Stephen Griffiths (Foundation)

Specialist Governor Roles

Health & Safety - Janet Britton
Safeguarding - Polly Foster (LA)
SEND - Martyn Simmonds (Foundation)
Early Years - Helen Metcalfe (Co-opted)
Whistle Blowing - Polly Foster (LA)
PE - Jenny Lyons (Parent)   


The following governors have declared interests as detailed below:

  • Sue Ashdown – Connect2, Telecoms, joint owner, myself & husband, supplies school telephone systems, ongoing 
  • Deborah Mcleod – daughter - supply teacher at the school, who also runs an after school Spanish club, ongoing
  • Martyn Simmonds – Occasional supply teacher, self, wife - occasional supply teacher at the school, ongoing 
Meeting Attendance Figures for Current Governors (2016/17):
 

Current Governor

Full Governing Body  Attendance 2016/17

Performance and Standards Committee
Attendance 16/17

Resources Committee Attendance 16/17

Sue Ashdown

4/7

-

2/5

Janet Britton

7/7

-

4/5

Simon Dackombe

7/7

-

5/5

Jo Ejiogu

3/3

-

2/2

Polly Foster

5/7

5/5

-

Stephen Griffiths

0/7

3/5

-

Jenny Lyon

7/7

5/5

-

Debbie McLeod

7/7

5/5

5/5

Helen Metcalfe

7/7

5/5

-

Martyn Simmonds

7/7

4/5

-

Rachel Chadbourne-  Associate Governor

7/7

4/5

3/5