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Clerk to the Governors
What do school governors do?
Governors have a key role in decision-making and are expected to prepare for and attend
meetings of the governing body and any committees of which they are a member.
As well as supporting the school, governors need to ask challenging questions to be sure that
the school is providing the best possible education. This role is often called ‘being a critical friend’.
Governors are at the heart of how a school operates.
The governing body's main role is to help raise standards of achievement.
The Governing Body:
- is accountable for the performance of the school to parents and the wider community
- plans the school's future direction
- selects the head teacher
- makes decisions on the school's budget and staffing
- makes sure the national curriculum is taught
- decides how the school can encourage pupil's spiritual, moral and social development
- makes sure the school provides for all its pupils, including those with special needs
- reviews pupil exclusions and deals with any cases of staff dismissal appeals.
How the Governors work
At All Saints CE Primary School, as well as the Full Governing Body,
there are two committees that look at different areas of the school namely:
Staffing & Resources and Improvement & Monitoring.
Both committees have terms of reference and delegated functions,
which are detailed in the Scheme of Delegation below.
Full Governing Body meets four times a year
Staffing & Resources committee meets three times a year
Improvement & Monitoring committee meets three times a year