St Mary's RC Primary School, ManchesterSt Mary's Roman Catholic Primary School

St Mary's Roman Catholic Primary School

Governors

Name Date of Appointment Term Appointed by Full Governor Meeting attendance (last 12 months) Curriculum, SEN & Pupils Sub-committee attendance (last 12 months) Finance, Staffing and Health & Safety Sub-Committee attendance (last 12 months) Relevant interests - business, financial, other governance roles and relationships with school staff
Declan Simpson 01/03/2018 4 years Board 3/3 n/a 3/3 none
Vera Boardman 01/03/2018 4 years Board 3/3 3/3 n/a none
Tony Cummings 01/09/2019 4 years Local Authority 1/3 n/a 1/3 none
Margaret Collier 07/06/2018 4 years Board 3/3 3/3 n/a none
Iris Turner 31/08/2016 4 years Foundation/ Trust 3/3 3/3 3/3 none
Emma Holt 21/04/2017 4 years Parents 3/3 3/3 n/a none
Stephanie Watson 06/04/2017 4 years Foundation/ Trust 3/3 n/a 3/3 none
Fr Philip Brady 30/10/2019 4 years Ex-Officio 1/2 1/1 1/2 none
Joanne Wolstenholme 03/06/2019 4 years Parents 2/3 2/3 n/a none
Barbara Eccles 04/09/2019 4 years Foundation/ Trust 2/3 2/3 n/a none
Rebecca Gerrard 07/01/2016 Ended Teachers 3/3 3/3 3/3 none
Katie Dunne 26/02/2020 4 years Teachers 1/1 n/a n/a  none
John Travis 01/09/2017 Headteacher Ex-Officio 3/3 3/3 3/3 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:

  • parents.
  • teachers and non-teaching staff at school.
  • local council representatives.
  • Foundation Governors (Community Representatives).

 

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