The Governing Body consists of representatives of the local community, church, parents and staff and plays a vital part in the life of the school. The role of school governors is to work in partnership with the Head Teacher, teachers and staff to achieve the school’s vision and aims.
Governors have collective responsibility for determining, monitoring and keeping under review the broad policies, plans and procedures within which the school operates. We, as a governing body, have three main objectives:
- to support and challenge initiatives in school
- to be ultimately accountable for the operation of the school
- to provide the strategic overview for the school
Working in partnership with our lead professionals we provide a framework for future development and identification of the improvement priorities to fully meet the needs of our current and future pupils.
The Governing Board consists of 12 members, each elected for a term of four years and if a governor wishes to extend their term they need to be re-elected.
The Governors meet at least twice a term for the full Governing Body meeting with additional meetings of the Resources and Curriculum committees.
If you wish to email any general enquiries to the Governing Body, please send them to office@stlukesceprimary where they will be forwarded onto the Chair of Governors.
If you wish to send a governor anything confidential, please write in a sealed envelope and deliver to the school office where they will put it into the confidential Governing Board folder for collection by the Chair of Governors.
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