Meet the Governors

 

Jill Brooks writes:

I have been Chair of Governors at Staveley since September 2013.  Before that, I was an LA governor appointed by Derbyshire County Council. I was born in Staveley and have always lived here. I attended the junior school when it was Middlecroft Junior School. I retired from teaching in March 2009 and wanted to stay involved in schools so became a governor at Staveley.

Who are the governors?

The governing body comprises: the Head Teacher, one Staff Governor, four co-opted Governors,  two parent Governors (two vacancies) and one Governor nominated by the Local Authority. No matter which governor you ask about their work in school, they will always say the children are at the heart of any decision they make.

If you have any concerns about your child or any school related issues, first of all please speak to your child’s teacher or the Headteacher. If you still have concerns you can contact the Governing Body via the school office, by emailing the school or by phone on 01246 472 325.

 

                       
Jill Brooks Malc Kershaw Joy Burgess
LA Governor/ Chair of Governors Co-opted Governor / Vice Chair Staff Governor
Julie Bacon Stuart Hadden Erika Thornhill
Co-opted Governor Parent Governor Co-opted Governor
        
Catherine Jackson Sarah Cooper Kerry Wilkinson
Parent Governor Parent Governor Co-opted Governor
Sarah Wigfield Katie Westwood
Headteacher Clerk to Governors

 

What do we do?

We have three main areas of responsibility:

  • To oversee the financial performance of the school and make sure the money is well spent.
  • To ensure clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction.
  • To hold the Headteacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils.

Staveley Junior School has a committed Governing Body. We are interested in knowing as much as possible about the school; its history and current context. We are all volunteers, and we give our time because we care about the school and the community. We have a wide range of skills, backgrounds and interests. We make decisions that help the school to provide the best possible education, in its widest sense, for all the children in our school.

  

How are we organised?

All of us meet at the beginning of each half term(six times a year), as a full Governing Body. Each meeting is minuted by our Clerk.

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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