Governors

FLOURISH FEDERATION GOVERNING BODY

GOVERNING BODY MEMBERSHIP WITH ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 2017 - 2018

 

NAME OF GOVERNOR

DATE JOINED GOVERNING BODY

TYPE OF GOVERNOR

RESPONSIBILITY

Pauline Woods

05.09.17

Executive headteacher

Head of schools in federation

 

Jude Johnson

05.09.17

LA

Chair

Executive head’s performance review monitoring group

Fiona Batchelor

05.09.17

Parent

 

 

Colin Langford

05.09.17

Parent

 

 

Sue Delves

05.09.17

Co-opted

SEND

Executive head’s performance review monitoring group

 

Carolyn Pratley

05.09.17

Co-opted

Vice Chair

Safeguarding

 

Jo Kemp

05.09.17

Co-opted

Executive head’s performance review monitoring group

 

Sam Wheeler

05.09.17

Co-opted

SEND

Budget monitoring

 

Glen Ocsko

05.09.17

Co-opted

Safeguarding

Health and Safety monitoring

 

John Mockler

05.09.17

Co-opted

 

 

Ivan Lakeland

05.09.17

Co-opted

 

 

05.09.17

Staff

 

 

Karen Down

05.09.17

Associate member

Head of School

 

Cathy Smith

05.09.17

Associate member

Head of School

 

Liz Guyton

05.09.17

Associate Member

Head of School

 

Rob Baldock

05.09.17

Associate member

Federation Business Director

 

Rachel Pearson

05.09.17

Clerk

Administrative Duties for Governing Body

 

 

 

Governing Body Roles and Responsibilities - Further details relating to the table above - Oct 2017

REGISTER OF INTEREST for BIS 2016 - 2017

 

 

Governors usually serve a term of four years on the Governing Body.

The role of a school governor is far reaching with a wide range of possibilities. Governors help to form the school’s strategic aims, policies and targets and support the school’s drive for improvement. They act as ‘critical friends’ to the school through monitoring and evaluating progress and ensuring compliance with statutory responsibilities.

Full Governing Body meetings are held each term.

Monitoring pairs meet throughout the school year to monitor aspects such as:-

Finance; Health, Safety and Premises; Curriculum; as well as key priorities for school development.                                                   

 

Governors usually serve a term of four years on the Governing Body.
The role of a school governor is far reaching with a wide range of possibilities. Governors help to form the school’s strategic aims, policies and targets and support the school’s drive for improvement. They act as ‘critical friends’ to the school through monitoring and evaluating progress and ensuring compliance with statutory responsibilities.


Full Governing Body meetings are held each term.
Monitoring pairs meet throughout the school year to monitor aspects such as:-
Finance; Health, Safety and Premises; Curriculum; as well as key priorities for school development.

 

 

Minutes from Governing Body Meetings

 

 

Minutes of meeting at BJS on 10.07.17 (2)

Minutes of meeting at BJS on 15.05.17 with CP updates (3) (1)

Minutes from Term 4 Meeting ~ 20.03.2017

Minutes from Term 3 Meeting - 30.01.17

Minutes from Term 2 Meeting - 05.12.2016

Minutes from Term 1 Meeting ~ 12.09.2016

Minutes from Term 6 Meeting ~ 04.07.2016

Minutes from Term 5 Meeting ~ 16.05.2016

Minutes from Term 4 Meeting ~ 21.03.2016

Minutes from Term 3 Meeting ~ 01.02.2016

Minutes from Term 2 Meeting ~ 07.12.2015

Minutes from Term 1 Meeting ~ 14.09.2015

Minutes from Term 6 Meeting ~ 29.06.2015

Minutes from Term 5 Meeting ~ 18.05.2015

Minutes from Term 4 Meeting ~ 23.03.2015

Minutes from Term 3 Meeting ~ 02.02.2015

Minutes from Term 2 Meeting ~ 08.12.2014

Minutes from Term 1 Meeting ~ 15.09.2014

 

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