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Meet the Governors

BYFLEET PRIMARY SCHOOL

 

Welcome to the governing body webpage. Here you will be able to find out more about the role of the governors and how our governing body contributes to school life.

 

Remit of the Governing Body

 

The purpose of having a governing body is to:

 

  • Help the school to set high standards by planning for the school’s future and setting targets for school improvement

  • Keep the pressure up on school improvement

  • Be a critical friend to the school, offering support and advice

  • Help the school respond to the needs of parents and the community

  • Make the school accountable to the public for what it does

  • Work with the school on planning, developing policies and keeping the school under review

  • Exercise its responsibilities and powers in partnership with the headteacher and staff

 

The governing body reconstituted in March 2015 and consists of 6 Co-opted governors, 1 Headteacher, 1 Local Authority Governor, 5 Parent Governors and 1 Staff Governor. There are currently 3 Co-opted governor vacancies and 1 Parent Governor vacancy. 

 

The table below shows the current members of the governing body together with their membership of committees and positions of responsibility.

Governor Name

Category of Governor

Appointing Body

Term of Office

Membership of Committees

Positions of Responsibility

 

Ms. Gemma Niebieszczanski

Co-opted Governor

Governing Body

07.07.15 to 08.07.19

Pay Committee/Children & Learning Committee

 

 

Mrs. Janet Stainer

Co-opted Governor

Governing Body

10.03.15

to 09.03.19

Resources Committee/ Children & Learning Committee/Pay Committee/

Headteacher’s Appraisal Review Panel

Child Protection/

Safeguarding Governor

Mr. John Tyndall

Co-opted

Governor

Governing Body

10.03.15 to 09.03.19

Children & Learning Committee

 

 

Mr. Martin Lock

Chair of Governors

Local Authority

Local Authority

27.09.14 to 26.09.18

Children & Learning Committee (Chair)/Resources Committee/Pay Committee/Headteacher’s Appraisal Review Panel

Governor responsible for liaison with LA in the event of allegation (Child Protection) against Headteacher

Mrs Julie Alloun

Parent Governor

Elected by parents

25.09.13 to 24.09.17

Resources Committee (Chair)/Children & Learning Committee/Head-teacher’s Appraisal Review Panel/Pay Appeals Panel

 

Ms. Ashley Clark

Vice Chair of Governors

Parent Governor

Elected by

Parents

15.02.13 to 14.02.17

Children & Learning Committee/Resources Committee/Pay Appeals Panel

 

Special Education Needs and Disability (SEND) Governor

Mrs. Jennifer Larwood

Parent Governor

Elected by Parents

28.03.14 to 27.03.18

Children & Learning Committee/Resources Committee/Pay Committee

Looked After Children Governor

Mrs. Rachael Wigley

Parent Governor

Elected by Parents

18.09.15

to

17.09.19

Children & Learning Committee/Resources Committee

 

Mrs Daryl Elliott

Staff Governor

Elected by Staff

20.09.13 to 19.09.17

Children & Learning Committee

 

 

Mrs. Pauline Crowley

Staff Governor

Headteacher

Automatically a governor as Headteacher

01.09.13

Children & Learning Committee/Resources Committee/Pay Committee

 

 

Remit of the committees

 

Governor committees are the mechanism for allowing governors to work in more detail than is practical at full governing body meetings, and for governors to focus on particular areas of interest and expertise. The committee structure facilitates broad participation by governors and offers the opportunity to review, question and challenge the information provided by the school. Governor committees work within terms of reference agreed by the full governing body which may include delegated responsibility to review policies, targets, budgets, results and other areas. The committees meet to consider the issues within their individual remits, and make recommendations to the full governing body where actions are needed. The valuable work that committees do enables full governing body meetings to be well informed and more productive.

 

The school have 3 committees as follows:-

 

Resources Committee

 

The Resources Committee has delegated responsibility for monitoring standards and progress in all areas of the school’s work relating to finance, personnel, health and safety and premises.  To discuss, agree amendments and approve the school budget.  To review policies relating to finance and health and safety and to review the staffing structure.

 

Children & Learning Committee

 

The Children & Learning Committee has delegated responsibility for monitoring standards and progress in all areas of the school’s work relating to children and their learning including SAT’s results, assessment, curriculum development and personal development. 

 

The committee also has responsibility for monitoring all areas of the curriculum including the needs of all SEND pupils and to review policies including Special Educational Needs & Disabilities, Religious Education, Collective Worship, Sex and Relationships, Home School Agreement and the E-Safety Policy.

 

 

Pay Committee

The Pay Committee has fully delegated powers to implement the Pay Policy with reference to staffing and financial budget plans.  Achieve the aims of the Pay Policy in a fair and equitable manner within statutory and contractual obligations.  Apply the criteria of the Pay Policy in determining the pay of each member of staff in the annual review.  Recommend to governors the annual budget needed for the payment of staff.



If you wish to contact the Governors please email Governors@byfleet.surrey.sch.uk - this email address will not be checked daily but you should receive a reply within 7 days. 

Please Note any grievences should go through the proper procedure at the School before contacting the Governors.
 
 

 

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