|Teaching Staff||Non-Teaching Staff|
|Head of School & Eagle Class Teacher||Mrs L Phillips||Executive Head||Mr D Turull|
|Head's Relief & Eagle Class Teacher||Mrs G Smith||School Administrator||Ms S Claxton|
|Owl Class Teacher||Ms P Stafford||Clerical Assistant||Mrs A Fukuyama|
|SENCO||Mrs C Hurley||Teaching Assistants||Mrs H Gilson|
|Sports Coach||Mr M Watts||Mrs E Patton|
|Miss H Stinchcombe|
|Miss C Brown|
|Maintenance||Mr R Bielby|
|Cleaner||Mrs F Brook|
|Lunchtime Supervisors||Mrs F Brook|
|Mrs S Phelps|
Questions and Answers
Q. What is a Local Governong Body (LGB)?
A. The LGB consists of a group of interested people, some are employed by the school and others are volunteers. The headteacher and the management team run the school on a day-to-day basis, the strategic direction of the school is shared with the governors. The LGB is a committee of the Trust Board.
Q. What are the functions of the Board of Governors?
A. The LGB has the following core functions:
Establishing the strategic direction, by:
Ensuring accountability, by:
Ensuring financial probity, by:
Q. What do the Governors do?
A. The formal work and decision making of the LGB is undertaken at meetings held once a term. In addition there are sometimes working parties formed to undertake specific tasks.
Governors have specific interests linked to the School Development Plan and other areas such as health and safety. Governors also visit the school during the school day and make sure that there is evidence of the school delivering its School Improvement Plan. These visits are reported to the LGB.
To contact the LGB:
The list of governors on the school's Board of Governors can be found here.
All correspondence should be sent to Ms Sarah Claxton, Clerk to the Governors at the school or by email via firstname.lastname@example.org.