Schools need committed and engaged governors from a range of backgrounds, who can bring different insights and experiences to their governing boards.
Governors contribute effectively to the process of school improvement because they are well informed and ask challenging questions. (Ofsted 2018)
Desired expertise could include strategic leadership skills such as development planning, chairing meetings or budget monitoring, or knowledge of the local community (either where you live or work). You do not have to be a parent or an education expert, but you do need to be a good team player and willing to learn more about your role. This can be done by attending training, school visits and sharing information and experience with other governors. Anyone aged 18 and over can apply.
We are keen to ensure that the membership of our governing board reflects the diversity of the pupils in our school and community. Therefore, we always welcome applications from under-represented groups, such as minority ethnic backgrounds.
We currently have two Foundation Governor vacancies and will also run a Parent Governor election after the summer holidays. If you are interested to know more, please contact the clerk to the Governing Body on [email protected].
Please see below for more information on the role of a governor.