Buckinghamshire School Funding Crisis
What does a Governor do?
Governors provide strategic leadership and accountability in the schools. They appoint the head teacher and deputy headteacher. It is governors who hold the main responsibility for finance in schools, and it is governors who work with the headteacher to make the tough decisions about balancing resources.
Each individual governor is a member of a governing board, which is established in law as a corporate body. Individual governors may not act independently of the rest of the governing board; decisions are the joint responsibility of the governing board.
The role of the governing board is a strategic one, its key functions are to:
- set the aims and objectives for the school
- set the policies for achieving those aims and objectives
- set the targets for achieving those aims and objectives
- monitor and evaluate the progress the school is making towards achievement of its aims and objectives
- be a source of challenge and support to the headteacher (a critical friend)
Governors Pecuniary Interest Statement
Click on the link below to see the whole governing body committee layout.
The Who's Who of Governors
For additional information click on the links below
http://www.nga.org.uk/Be-a-Governor.aspx National Governors' Association
Latest Ofsted Reports
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Department of Education Compare Schools School and college performance tables
Click on each of the governors to read a brief synopsis for them
Sasa 23.11.2015 - 31.3.2018
Sharon Cromie 22/03/18 - 01/08/18