Governors

"Welcome to the governor pages - here you’ll find potted biographies of members of the governing body together with notes from governors following their visits to school.  As governors we’re charged with setting the strategic direction of the school and with holding Mr Gibbons accountable for the performance of the school.  In a nutshell these are our rather formal (and entirely necessary) statutory obligations; on a rather less formal note we’re all committed, together with all of our staff, to ensuring that the school continues to provide fantastically rich and diverse educational experiences for all our children.  Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any comments or queries relating to these pages or any aspect of the governance of our school.”

-Simon Hardy, Chair of Governors

 

THE GOVERNING BODY

Foundation Governors     (Representing the Church)


Simon Hardy (Chairman)          1.9.2014 - 31.8.2018           declared interests 2017-18

Mr Hardy is also a Trustee of St Lawrence Academy Trust, Scunthorpe


David Subden (Vice Chair)          27.11.2017 - 26.11.2021          declared interests 2017-18

Mr Subden is also a Governor at William Farr School


Kevin Williams          9.10.2016 - 8.10.2020          declared interests 2017-18


Sally Coulter          13.11.2017 - 12.11.2021          declared interests 2017-18

Mrs Coulter is also the Clerk to the Governors at William Farr School and Clerk to the Directors at Lincoln Anglican Academy Trust


Steve Webb          10.7.2014 - 9.7.2018


Nigel West          20.1.2015 - 19.1.2019          declared interests 2017-18


Matthew Michell          8.1.2018 - 7.1.2022          declared interests 2017-18


(one Foundation Governor vacancy: seeking applicants)


Nominated and Elected (Representing the Community)


Judy Stephens     Staff Governor       20.10.2017 - 19.10.2021       declared interests 2017-18


Sharon Woodcraft          Parent Governor          13.3.2018 - 12.3.2022


Jo Walker          Parent Governor          17.4.2014 - 16.4.2018          declared interests 2017-18


Chris Knapp          Parent Governor          14.10.2016 - 13.10.2020       declared interests 2017-18


Ann Hopkirk          Parent Governor          14.10.2016 - 13.10.2020          declared interests 2017-18


 

Ex Officio

David Gibbons     (Head Teacher)

Father Richard Crossland (Parish Priest, Nettleham All Saints Church)

Clerk to the Governors     Jen Ainsworth


Each Committee will meet at least once per term or otherwise as required. The Agenda will be agreed by Chair with clerk and head teacher. The agenda and relevant documents will be sent to committee members before the meeting. The Committee will keep a record of all meetings. The meetings will be minuted by the clerk. The minutes will highlight questions asked by the governors to support and challenge the school. A summary report (oral or written) highlighting key issues will be an agenda item on the following Full Governing Body agenda. The Committee may invite other governors or people with expertise to attend as it finds necessary. 

Resources Committee: Chris Knapp (Committee Chair), Emile van der Zee, Nigel West, Judy Stephens

"The resources committee is tasked with over seeing the schools budget  and spending plans. It plays a role in monitoring the premises from a health and safety point of view and ensures the school is adequately covered from a financial point of view against unforeseen circumstances."

Personnel and Pupils Committee: David Subden (Committee Chair), Stephen Webb, Ann Hopkirk

Curriculum, Quality and Standards Committee: Kevin Williams (Committee Chair), Jo Walker, Sally Coulter, Richard Crossland

"The Committee will monitor and review school provision for the assessment and tracking of pupil progress; monitor and review pupil progress and attainment by comparing school performance to national benchmarks (Dashboard, FFT) and similar schools, and identifying internal trends over time (normally 3 years); on a termly and annual basis, review specific groups such as Pupil Premium, SEND etc.; review and monitor key statutory requirements and school policies as identified in the School Policy Review plan; monitor and review any other items as directed by the Full Governing Body, for example in relation to the School Development Plan."

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