Lacewood Primary School

Always try your best to be your best

Governors

 

Under the terms of the Education (No2) Act, 1986 the composition of the Governing Body for Lacewood Primary School is:

  • 2 Parent representatives
  • 1 Local Education Authority representatives
  • 1 Staff representative
  • The Headteacher
  • 7 Co-opted representatives

This composition reflects the number of full time education children at Lacewood Primary School i.e. between 100 and 299.

Governors are appointed for a 4 year term of office and will meet at least once each school term.

 

Governor Position Business/ Financial Interest

Other

Governor

Roles

Mrs J Stratton

 

Head Teacher

 

Husband's DJ business provides school discos

 

None

 

Mr A George

 

Co-opted/ Vice Chair

 

None

 

None

 

Cllr. M Noble

 

Co-opted

 

Relative employed at school

 

Under review

 

Mr R Fennell

 

Co-opted

 

None

 

None

 

Mrs L Hicks

 

Co-opted

 

None

 

None

 

Mrs L Andrews

 

Co-opted

 

None

 

None

 

Cllr C Johnson

 

Co-opted/ Local Authority

 

None

 

 

Mrs J Corbett

 

 

Parent

 

None None

Ms. K Hare

 

Parent

 

None

 

None

 

Mrs KM Webster
 

 

Parent/ Chair

 

Local Registered Childminder

 

None

 

Miss K Akeroyd

 

Co-opted

 

 

None

 

 

None

 

Roles and responsibilities

 

  • Ensure clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction;
  • Engage with key stakeholders;
  • Operate in such a way that statutory duties are met and priorities are approved;
  • Provide challenge and hold the headteacher and other senior leaders to account for improving the quality of teaching, pupils' achievement and pupils' behaviour and safety;
  • Contribute to the school's self-evaluation and understand its strengths and weaknesses;
  • Support and strengthen school leadership;
  • Use performance management systems, including the performance management of the headteacher, to improve teaching, leadership and management;
  • Ensure solvency and probity and that the financial resources made available to the school are managed effectively;
  • Use the pupil premium and other resources to overcome barriers to learning, including reading, writing and mathematics.