Link: What does a governor do?
The governing body has a wide range of duties and responsibilities to support and manage the school.
This September 2018 governors decided to re-constitute the membership of the governing body. The purpose of this change is to allow governors to focus more clearly on developing the strategic direction of the school. The new structure for the governing body will come into effect from 1st November 2018.
|Parent governors (elected)||2|
|LEA appointed governors (1 Vacancy)||0|
All governors serve a term of 4 years with the exception of the Headteacher. In addition to the changes to membership the pattern of meetings has been changed. The governing body meets as a whole twice each school term. Each governor has a particular role and responsibility and conducts monitoring activities in relation to this over the course of the academic year. They report back to the full Board each term at the formal meeting
Parents can contact the governing body by writing to:
Chair of governors, c/o Newbury Park Primary School.
Copies of approved minutes of Governing Body meetings are available on request from the school office.
Register of Interests
At the start of each academic year, all Governors must sign a register of business/pecuniary interests disclosing any relevant business interests and details of any other educational establishments they govern. They must also set out any relationships between governors and members of school staff including spouses, partners and relatives.
Please click on the link to see disclosures – Currently being updated.
Dates for forthcoming Governing Body meetings
|Date||Start/Finish Time||Type of Meeting||Governors/staff to attend|
|4.12.18||6.15-8.15pm||Full Governing Body||All|
|02.04.18||6.15-8.15pm||Full Governing Body||All|
|09.07.18||6.15p-8.15pm||Full Governing Body||All|