Governors

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Whilst the Headteacher is responsible for the internal organisation and management of the school on a day to day basis, overall responsibility lies with the Governing Body.  This includes assisting with the appointment of staff, having oversight of the curriculum and ensuring that the premises and finances of the school are efficiently and effectively used.  

The Governing Body, as a whole, meets regularly throughout the year, in addition to the meetings of its various sub-committees. All Governors are also linked to aspects of our current School Development Plan, which they monitor through visits to school and discussion with staff. Members are either elected (parent governors) or appointed (co-opted and foundation governors) and each hold a given term of office.

Governor Details Term exp Role Committees Business or Financial Interests Governance Roles in Other Schools
Paul Amourdedieu   Co-opted Governor School Improvement None None
Antony Booth

 

17.4.22

Co-opted Governor

Vice Chair of Governors

Chair of School Improvement

School Improvement

Headteacher's Performance Management

None None
Angela Canning 7.6.21

Co-opted Governor

Chair of Resources

Pupil Premium

School Improvement

Resources

None None

Peter Cannings

31.12.18 Additional Governor

 

 

Subject Inspector Universities and Higher Education Chair of Governors,  All Saints Roman Catholic School York and St Mary's C of E Primary
Sophie Caygill 31.8.18

Co-opted Governor

Clerk of School Improvement

Safeguarding and Child Protection

School Improvement None None

Richard Cook

  Headteacher Governor All None None

Sonia Coulton

17.4.22 Staff Governor School Improvement None None

Peter Huff

28.6.19

Foundation Governor

Resources

Health and Safety

None None

Natasha Midgley

10.10.20

Parent Governor

Chair of Governors

SEND Governor

Resources

Headteacher's Performance Management

None None

Hannah Peace

10.10.20

Parent Governor

Clerk of Resources

Resources

Headteacher's Performance Management

None None
Chris Davey   Clerk      

The term of office for a governor is 4 years, except the headteacher governor which is 2 years.

The term of office for the chair, vice-chair and chair of committees is one year.

*The LA Governor is appointed until the appointment of their successors, which can take place at any time following the County Council and Local elections, usually four years

Committees of the Governing body

Resources: Angela Canning (Chair), Richard Cook, Peter Huff, Natasha Midgley, Hannah Peace (Clerk)

School Improvement: Paul Amourdedieu, Antony Booth (Chair), Angela Canning, Sophie Caygill (Clerk), Richard Cook, Sonia Coulton

Headteacher’s Performance Management: Antony Booth, Natasha Midgley, Hannah Peace

Complaints Appeal, and Staff Discipline Appeal: Convened as appropriate

Link Governors:

Safeguarding: Sophie Caygill

Pupil Premium: Angela Canning

SEND: Natasha Midgley

Child Protection: Sophie Caygill 

Health and Safety: Peter Huff

Website & Website Policy Monitoring: Sophie Caygill