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Linda Fitch -  Chair of Governors Message:

 

As a Governing Body, we are dedicated to ensuring the pupils at Longmoor Primary School receive the best education possible. We are committed to continually improve the teaching and learning experience of our children, to ensure the pupils receive a broad, balanced, creative curriculum. We strive to create an environment where pupils can access a wide variety of opportunities to help them achieve their full potential.

 

Governors are expected to attend full governing body meetings termly and also to participate in one of the committees that feed into the main governing body. We currently have 2 committees that concentrate on the leadership and management of the school, achievement and standards, and the development and well being of our students. The Governing Body adopt, review and monitor a range of policies that govern the operation of the school including Health and Safety, Behaviour, Curriculum, Performance Management and Pay Policy.

 

Each governor also has a link to a class in school and will meet with the class teacher to monitor progress, celebrate success and discuss curriculum. There is also a link to a curriculum area (e.g. literacy, numeracy) or school policy (e.g. assessment, child protection) so that governors are kept fully informed and these are reported back to the full governing body.

 

The Governing Body are very proud of the achievements of the school and believe that along with the Headteacher, staff, pupils and parents we are working to ensure all children fulfil their potential and become lifelong learners.

 

Mrs Linda Fitch, Chair of Governors

 

Governors
The school has 12 governors and a Clerk to the Governing Body who meet at least twice a term.

All governors have voting rights on the committees on which they sit.

The Governors

 

Appointment of Governors

Headteacher is appointed in the statutory conditions of employment.  

Staff Governor is elected by school staff.

Parent Governors are elected by school parents. 

Co-opted Governors are appointed by the Governing Body.

Local Authority Governor is selected and appointed by the Local Authority.

Associate Members are appointed by the Governing Body.

 

Governors' Term of Office and Attendance

 

Name

Category

Date of Appointment

Term of Office

Full Governor Meetings Attended

2016-2017

Full Governor Meetings Attended

2017- 2018

Mrs Susan Dainty Headteacher 01.09.2016 N/A 4/4

2/2

Mrs Linda Fitch (Chair)

Co-opted Governor

17.03.2015

4 Years

4/4 2/2

Mr Roger Wheatley

(Vice-chair)

Parent

Governor

27.03.2014

4 Years 4/4 2/2

Mrs Jackie Littlefair

Co-opted Governor

17.03.2015

4 Years 4/4 2/2

Mrs Kathryn McKinley

Co-opted Governor

17.03.2015

4 Years 4/4 1/2

Mr Andrew Peck 

Co-opted Governor

08.07.2015

4 Years 2/4 2/2

Mrs Ruth Lee  

Co-opted Governor

08.07.2015

4 Years 3/4 2/2

Mrs Jane Wright

Parent

Governor

16.12.2016

4 Years 3/3 2/2

Miss Eudora Christian

 Co-opted Governor

05.04.2017

4 Years 2/4 2/2
Mr Chris Green

Staff

Governor

27.09.2017 4 Years N/A 2/2
VACANT

Co-opted

Governor

  4 Years    
VACANT

LEA

Governor

  4 Years    

Mrs Michelle Wenham

Clerk to Governors

01.09.2013 

No Term

4/4

2/2

Mrs Samantha Tuck*

Co-opted Governor

17.03.2015 4 Years

0/2

N/A

Mr Garry Hickton♦

LEA

Governor

26.02.2013 4 Years 0/2 N/A
Mr David Allen** Co-opted Governor 17.03.2105 4 Years 2/4 N/A
Miss Cassie Hurt***

Staff

Governor

28.02.2014

4 Years

4/4

N/A

 

* Mrs Tuck resigned on 11th January 2017.

♦ Mr Hickton resigned on 25th February 2017. Currently awaiting DCC to appoint a new LEA governor.

**Mr Allen resigned on 13th July 2017.

***Miss Hurt no longer in post from 31st August 2017 therefore ceased to be staff governor.

 

Governance Roles within other Educational Institutions 

Mrs McKinley is also a Governor at Corefield Infant School.

Mr Wheatley is also a Governor at Chilwell Secondary School

 

Annual Governance Statement (Find out about our work at Longmoor in 2014-2015)

Governor Sub – Committees 2017-2018

 

 

Teaching, Learning & Community Committee

(Curriculum, SEND, Home/School & Community Links, Monitor Exclusions & Attendance)

 

Mr Green, Mr Peck, Mrs Littlefair,

Mrs Lee, Mrs Wright, Co-opted VACANT

 

 

Resource Management Committee

(Finance, Personnel, Health & Safety, Premises)

 

Mrs Fitch, Mr Green, Mrs McKinley,

Mr Wheatley, Miss Christian

 

 Governor Responsibilities 2017-2018

 

Area

 

Member of Staff

 

 

Governor

Safeguarding, Child Protection & Health & Safety

Sue Dainty

Roger Wheatley

SEND, Inclusion &

Children in Care

Gail Bellingham

Eudora Christian

Literacy

Jamie Slee (KS1) &

Chris Green (KS2)

Ruth Lee

Numeracy

Jamie Slee (KS1) &

Iyan Bunhejee (KS2)

Andrew Peck

Early Years

Kathryn Wilson

 

Kathryn McKinley

Assessment, Closing the Gaps, Marking & PP

Chris Green

Linda Fitch

Behaviour, Attendance,

Anti – bullying

Sue Dainty &

Sally Brown

Jackie Littlefair

Community Links &

Parental Engagement

Sue Dainty

Jane Wright

Curriculum & ICT

Anna Hughes

 

Roger Wheatley*

Higher Achievers

Anna Hughes

 

Andrew Peck**

 

*Mr Wheatley will cover Curriculum & ICT until a new Co-opted Governor is appointed.

**Mr Peck will cover Higher Achievers until a new LEA Governor is appointed.

Meet our Governors

Meet our Governors 1 Susan Dainty - Headteacher
Meet our Governors 2 Christopher Green - Staff Governor
Meet our Governors 3 Roger Wheatley - Vice Chair of Governors
Meet our Governors 4 Jackie Littlefair - Co-opted Governor
Meet our Governors 5 Kathryn McKinley - Co-opted Governor
Meet our Governors 6 Ruth Lee - Co-opted Governor
Meet our Governors 7 Andrew Peck - Co-opted Governor
Meet our Governors 8 Michelle Wenham - Clerk to Governors

 

Reasons why our Governors have taken on the role

 

Jane Wright: 'The entire team at Longmoor works very hard to ensure every pupil is able to thrive in a supportive learning environment, with an aim for them to reach their full potential.  As a parent governor I want to help and support the team to achieve their aims and to promote continuous improvement for the benefit of all our children.'

 

Chris Green: 'As the new Deputy Head at Longmoor Primary School, I am extremely proud and privileged to be able to play a key role in maintaining and developing the excellent reputation that the school has amongst the local community. We have a superb and highly committed team of governors and an extremely enthusiastic, hardworking, dynamic and talented group of staff. We all share a common vision and set of goals for the school’s future and so it is a real privilege to be able to work with them all to help make our great school even better.  During my seven years as a teacher, I have taught across Key Stage 1 and 2 and been responsible for a variety of subjects including Maths, Literacy, PE and Modern Foreign Languages. Currently here at Longmoor, I am responsible for Literacy, Pupil Premium, Assessment and overseeing our wonderful School Council.'

Declaration of Business, Pecuniary and Personal Interests

At the present time none of the governors have declared any business, pecuniary or personal interests.

At the present time there are no governors who are related in any way to staff members of the school.

 

The above statements are true as of 1st December 2017