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OUR GOVERNORS

WHAT DO GOVERNORS DO?

The governors play an extremely important role within our school. They work closely with the Headteacher and staff to ensure the best possible education for our children. Our governors come from a variety of backgrounds and offer an extensive range of experience. They often visit the school to work with the children and to see what is happening.

Our governing body is made up of: 

The Headteacher, and a representative from both the teaching and support staff,

Representatives from the Parochial Church Councils, the Diocese of Chichester, the Local Education Authority and the Bradshaw Trust,

Elected parent representatives,

Associate members.

The documents below explain the role of governors in our school. Please note that associate governors do not have voting rights.

DO YOU KNOW WHO OUR GOVERNORS ARE?

Please see who our governors are and what responsibilities they have (this can also be downloaded in a more readable form by clicking on the document below).

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The following document was presented to the Parent/Carer Forum, explaining the role of Governors in our school.

GOVERNOR ATTENDANCE

Please find below the Governor attendance record for 2017-18. 

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