Tedder C P School

Governors

The Role of the Governors

Governors are not expected to be involved in the day-to-day management and administration of the school, but rather to set strategic plans for the school and to provide the Headteacher with guidance on general principles.

While it is impossible to define in precise terms what all the duties of a Governor are, the following are among them.

To work as a member of the Governing Body for the best interests of the school

  1. Attend the regular meetings and special meetings of the Governing Body, as well as meetings of any Committee to which they are appointed
  2. Become familiar with general educational issues and developments
  3. Take an interest in school activities
  4. Promote the school within the local community
  5. Be able to commit time to the duties and responsibilities of a Governor
  6. Be prepared to become involved in:
  • Staff appointments
  • Pupil discipline
  • The school curriculum
  • The financial management of the school
  • Health and safety matters
  • Governor training

Pecuniary Interests

None

 

Attendance

2016 - 2017

Main Committee - 70%

Finance Committee - 70%

 

2015 - 2016

Main Committee - 70%

Finance Committee - 70%

2014-2105

Main Committee - 70%

Finance Committee - 70%

 

NAME

RESPONSIBILITY

CATEGORY

APPOINTING BODY

TERM OF OFFICE

ENDS ON:

 

Mrs C Stevenson

CHAIR

Co-opted

Elected

01/09/2018

Mrs C Hunter

VICE CHAIR

Parent

Elected

07/11/2021

Mr T Ashbridge

 

Co-opted

Elected

31/08/2019

Mr M Wiley

Teacher

Staff

Teacher

 11/09/2018

Mrs A Crawshaw

Headteacher

Staff

Head

 

Mrs C Gash

Clerk to Governors

Clerk

Clerk

 

Ms K Rodgers

 

Parent

Elected

08/11/2021

Vacancy

 

LEA

Elected

 

 

 

  

PAY

FINANCE

RESPONSIBLE AREAS

Colleen Stevenson

Alison Crawshaw

Attendance           Colleen Stevenson

Kerry Rodgers

Carrie Hunter (Chair)

Reading & Writing   Tom Ashbridge

Vacancy (LEA)

Tom Ashbridge

Maths                Vacancy

 

 

 

Art                       Carrie Hunter

Finance                  Carrie Hunter

SEN                     Matthew Wiley

Health & Safety     Tom Ashbridge

Wellbeing               Kerry Rodgers

Early Years            Colleen Stevenson

Safeguarding Colleen Stevenson