Role of the Governors
Being a school governor is a very rewarding job. It gives you the opportunity to have a say in the development of the school. As a governor you will also be involved and aware of the latest developments in the way that children are being educated.
There is a team of Governors at Christ Church, including representing from teacher governors, parent governors and local education authority (LA) governors. The term of office is 4 years, and an apply-electron process is adopted to ensure all candidates are given a fair chance.
What do governors do?
- Promote high standards.
- Set targets for pupil achievement.
- Assist with managing the school's budget.
- Discuss current curriculum issues.
- Have involvement in devising action plans.
How does a governing body work?
- Closely with the Executive Head teacher and Head of School.
- Makes decisions collectively as a team.
- Often delegates decision making to committees.
- Conducts most of its business at meetings.
|Mr David Nightingale (Acting Chair)||21/06/16 – 20/06/20||Foundation Governor|
|Mrs Wendy McCormack||01/09/15 - 31/08/19||Executive Head Teacher|
|Mrs Denise Garner||19/09/13 - 18/09/17||Foundation Governor|
|Rev. Anne-Louise Critchlow||01/09/15 - 31/08/19||Foundation Governor|
|Mrs Elizabeth Cross||01/11/16 - 31/10/20||Foundation Governor|
|Mrs Angela Bleasdale||12/03/13 - 11/03/17||Staff Governor|
|Mrs Patricia Wilson||30/04/14 - 29/04/18||Local Authority Governor|
|Mrs Joanne Parkinson||01/09/15 - 31/08/19||Foundation Governor|