Governors

 

Name

Role

Fathiya Amudi Parent Governor
Kirsten Bradley Headteacher

Lynn Cawood

Co-opted Governor,

Health and Safety

Ruth Duro-Fadipe

Parent Governor

Jane Entwisle Co-opted Governor

Dianne Hamilton

Co-opted Governor Chair,

Quality of education, SEND, leadership and management

Adnaan Patel

Co-opted Governor

Jonathan Rogers

Co-opted Governor,

Behaviour and attitudes

Emily Thompson Staff Governor

Rebecca Mangan

Staff Governor

Roles and Responsibilities 

The governing body has a range of duties and powers and a general responsibility for the conduct of the school with a view to promoting high standards of educational achievement. Its responsibilities include but are not limited to: 

  • setting targets for pupil achievement 
  • managing the school’s finances 
  • making sure the curriculum is balanced and broadly based 
  • appointing staff 
  • reviewing staff performance and pay 

Find out more at the DfE website:  https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/governance-handbook

If you would like to contact the chair of governors, please contact the school office on 01482 223753 who can then make arrangements.

Further information:

‘The excellent relationships between teachers and their pupils ensure lessons are purposeful and enjoyable’…

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‘The harmonious relationships among all groups, from a wide variety of backgrounds, are a strength of the school’…

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‘Leaders leave no stone unturned to ensure that the very diverse school population is treated equally and that there is a relentless focus on driving up pupil performance’…

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‘Teaching and learning are consistently good. As a result most pupils make good progress in reading, writing and mathematics from often significantly below-average starting points’…

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‘The range of enrichment activities the school provides is excellent and contributes a great deal to pupils’ learning’…

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‘Pupils feel very safe in school because of the school’s rigorous approach to keeping them safe’…

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‘Children make a good start in the early years because of good teaching’…

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‘The highly successful promotion of pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is at the heart of the school’s work’…

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‘There is a very strong focus on checking on how well different groups of pupils are learning, so that any falling behind can be immediately helped to make better progress’…

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‘Staff morale is high, team spirit is very strong, and all are committed to continued improvement. This helps to explain why the school is continuing to improve’…

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‘Pupils contribute significantly to the successes of the school through their outstanding behaviour and readiness to learn’…

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‘Parents are overwhelmingly supportive, commenting very positively on the school’s many strong features’…

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