Committees and Responsibility
The Full Governing Body meets four times a year. There are three subcommittees – Teaching and
Learning, Pupil Support and Resources – which each meet three times a year.
Full Governing Body - Minutes and Attendance
Click here for attendance and minutes of the Full Governing Body over the last academic year.
Resources - Sub-Committee
The Resources Committee is responsible for staffing (including Human Resources), budgets and financial matters, equality and diversity, premises and property management, health and safety and nutritional standards.
The Resources Sub-Committee is composed of the following Governors:
A Hall (Chair)
M Dawson (HT)
The School Business Manager (A Richards) attends the Resources Sub-Committee.
Click here for attendance and minutes of the Resources Sub-Committee over the last academic year.
Teaching and Learning - Sub-Committee
The Teaching and Learning Committee is responsible for teaching and learning matters including target setting, standards and achievement, monitoring teaching and learning and curriculum provision. The governing body takes part in school improvement discussions.
The Teaching and Learning Sub-Committee is composed of the following Governors:A Forsaith, (Chair)
M Dawson (HT)
The Deputy Headteacher (H Leyland) attends the Teaching and Learning Sub-Committee.
Click here for attendance and minutes of the Teaching and Learning Sub-Committee over the last academic year.
Pupil Support - Sub-Committee
The Pupil Support Committee has an oversight responsibility for pupil behaviour, safeguarding, attendance, SEND (including reporting annually on the success of the SEN policy) and children’s spiritual moral social and cultural development.
The Pupil Support Sub-Committee is composed of the following Governors:
A Forsaith (Chair)
M Dawson (HT)
The Deputy Headteacher (H Leyland) attends the pupil support sub-committee.
Click here for attendance and minutes of the Pupil Support Sub-Committee over the last academic year.
The Governing Body also has a Pay Review Committee which is responsible for ensuring the implementation of the school Pay Policy and Teacher Appraisal Policy. It normally meets once a year. The Headteacher's performance management cycle is run by the Headteacher Performance Management Committee.
Governors also have particular roles and responsibilities, and undertake visits in school linked with
these roles. The key roles are:
Child protection and safeguarding - C. Fletcher
Special educational needs and disability (SEND) - S. Robertshaw
Early reading and phonics - J. Winster
Attendance – C. Fletcher
Children looked after - A. Forsaith
Complaints - A. Forsaith
Early years foundation stage (EYFS) - A. Forsaith
Equalities - FGB
Literacy - J. Winster
Government grant funding – pupil premium, PE and sports premium, SEND top up funding - A. Hall
Health and safety - A. Hall
Maths - A. Forsaith
Well-being (pupil and staff) - S. Robertshaw
Training governor - E. Bullock