|Name||Ethnicity||Date of Appointment||Term||Appointed by||Full Governor Meeting attendance (This Year)||Curriculum, SEN & Pupils Sub-committee attendance (This Year)||Finance, Staffing and Health & Safety Sub-Committee attendance (This Year)||Relevant interests - business, financial, other governance roles and relationships with school staff|
|Craig Rayner (Chair)||White British||10/11/2021||4 years||Board||none|
|Tony Cummings||01/09/2019||4 years||Local Authority||none|
|Emma Holt||21/04/2021||4 years||Parents||none|
|Fr Philip Brady||30/10/2019||4 years||Ex-Officio||none|
|Philip Callaghan||07/04/2022||4 years||Foundation||none|
|Paul Halsall||07/04/2022||4 years||Foundation||none|
|Shannon Moore||07/04/2022||4 years||Foundation||none|
|Katie Dunne||26/02/2020||4 years||Staff||none|
|John Travis||01/09/2017||4 years||Headteacher||none|
What are Governors?
Governors are like a Board of Directors and make decisions about how the school is run. They meet at school at least once a term.
Governors are appointed to help:
- manage the long-term goals of the school
- support and challenge the senior leaders
- bring external knowledge and experience into school
- decide how the school budget is spent.
School Governors have legal duties, powers and responsibilities. They can only act together, they cannot act individually. They submit a report to parents each year.
School Governors are:
- teachers and non-teaching staff at school.
- local council representatives.
- Foundation Governors (Community Representatives).