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Squirrel Hayes First School: Governing Body Committee Structure

 

 

Member

Finance & Personnel

Learning & Teaching

Health, Safety & Well-being

Business Interests

Financial InterestsGovernance Roles in other Schools

Reappointed

Term of Office Due to End

Attendance to Full Governor Meetings this academic Year

Chair of Committee

 

Mr Lee Pace

Mrs Lynsey Hurst

 

Parent Governors

 

VACANCY

 

        
VACANCY         

LEA Governor

 

 

Mrs Lynsey Hurst (Vice-Chair)

 

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Director - Reach for the Stars Nursery Ltd

NoneGovernor at another school

 

31.07.2020
 

31.07.2024

2 of 2

Co-opted Governor

 

Mr Lee Pace

Early Years & E-Safety

 

Deputy Head - James Bateman Junior High School

NoneNone

02.07.2019

02.07.2023

2 of 2

Mrs Amanda Harris

(Deputy Headteacher)

 

None

NoneNone

01.01.2019

01.01.2023

2 of 2

VACANCY         

Staff Governor

 

 

Mrs Erica Pickford (Headteacher)

Director - Biddulph Schools Partnership Trust

NoneNoneN/AN/A

2 of 2

Mrs Linda Oakes (HLTA)

  

None

NoneNone

19.04.2018

19.04.2022

2 of 2

Foundation Governor

 

Mrs Jan Wakefield

(Chair)

 

 

Governor Training & Development Rep

None

NoneNone08.11.2020

08.11.2024

0 of 2

Squirrel Hayes can be contacted via the School Office or by e-mailing governor@squirrelhayes.staffs.sch.uk

'The Governing body works closely with the senior leadership team and has a clear and accurate view of the school.  Governors monitor the effectiveness of the quality of teaching and carefully link this to teachers' pay and professional development. 

They are fully aware, through their good use of data, of the progress and attainment made by all pupils regardless of their background.  This includes having a good understanding of the effect the pupil premium funding is having on eligible pupils.  They understand the differences in progress rates between these pupils and their peers in school.

The Governors carry out their statutory duties effectively and especially those related to safeguarding, so procedures meet requirements.  They regularly check the premises and all risk assessments to make sure that everyone in school is safe and secure.  Regular training makes sure that they have the skills and understanding to carry out their duties effectively'

Ofsted 2014

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