Our School Governors play a crucial part in ensuring that the school is run in line with government guidelines and for the benefit of the local community. The main aim of the Governing body is to maintain and improve the standards of education for all pupils of all abilities. The Governors' role is to oversee the development of the school and to work alongside the Head Teacher providing support. The Governors are drawn from the community, parents, and school staff, all of whom play a crucial part in the running of the school. There are at least 3 Full Governing Body meetings per term and individual Governors have responsibility for different areas and report back to the whole FGB. 

Our Chair of Governors, Mrs Sue Tadman, can be contacted via the school office.

We have various governors serving on our Governing Body, representing different sections of the community. Associate Governors have voting rights at the Committee stage only but not at Full Governing Body stage. Please see below link with further information:



Schools have been asked by the Department for Education to report on Governor diversity on their website. The last diversity audit was completed in May 2023.

  • GENDER - Female 64%; Male 36%
  • ETHNIC INFORMATION: Any other ethnic group 9%, Mixed white/Asian 9%, White British 82%


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