The Governors of Broadwas CofE Primary school have a strategic role, rather like the board of directors of a company. They take strategic decisions about the running of the school which promote the best interests of all children in school. They respect each child as an individual and aim to make sure that all children receive a high quality of education that is continually improving. There is a Full Governing Body meeting every half term where they consider a number of documents, including the Headteacher’s report, the School Improvement Plan, reports from the sub-committees and working parties.
Subcommittees and working parties
Currently there are two sub-committees - Resources and Standards. These committees report to the Full Governing Body and their report is included in the minutes. From time to time, working parties are establised to oversee a particular issue or project. These working parties also report to the Full Governing Body and their reports are included in the minutes.
Members of the Governing Body
Information about the current Governors and those who have stepped down within the last twelve months is available on the DfE website: https://get-information-schools.service.gov.uk/Establishments/Establishment/Details/116870#school-governance.
Governors are asked to declare any pecuniary or non-pecuniary interests that they have. These declarations are available below. In addition, Governors declare at each meeting any interests they have in any matter to be discussed. Any such declaration is included in the minutes of the meeting.