School governors are people who want to make a positive contribution to children’s education.

Governors are one of the largest volunteer forces in the country and have an important part to play in raising school standards. The role of the governing body is absolutely key to the effectiveness of a school. Time and time again Ofsted (the national inspection body for schools) has noted that the most effective schools demonstrate effective leadership and management – including by the governing body.

 

 

Pecuniary Interests of the Governing Body

Please click here if you wish to view the Pecuniary Interests of our governors.

Our Pecuniary interests has been updated to show meeting attendance for 2015 – 2016, click  here to view the updated details.

 

 To Email the Governors, click here.

  • The Role of the Governing Body

    School governors are people who want to make a positive contribution to children’s education.

    Governors are one of the largest volunteer forces in the country and have an important part to play in raising school standards. The role of the governing body is absolutely key to the effectiveness of a school. Time and time again Ofsted (the national inspection body for schools) has noted that the most effective schools demonstrate effective leadership and management – including by the governing body.

  • How to Become a Governor

    If you think you have what it takes to be a school governor there are a number of ways of finding schools that have vacancies:

    • You can contact your local school to ask if they need a new governor
    • You can contact SGOSS – Governors for Schools, which recruits Governors nationally
    • You can contact your local council
    • You can use the Inspiring the Future website