Our Governors

The Governing Body, 2016 -17

The Governing Body has a range of duties, responsibilities and powers, devolved to them under education legislation. The Governing Body adopted the Code of Conduct recommended by the National Governors’ Association in September 2015.The Governing Body is a corporate body and all its members are collectively responsible for the decisions it makes and for properly authorised decisions made on its behalf.  Individual governors have no power except where the Governing Body specially delegates responsibility to them, or to a committee.

The Governance Regulations allow for delegation of most functions to committees.  Given the range of duties to be carried out on a regular basis, some level of delegation to committees is inevitable if the Governing Body is to operate effectively. Our committee structure is explained below our governor photos here.

Governor Terms of OfficeGovernor Attendence

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The Governing Body

14 members:

Five foundation governors appointed by the Parochial Church Council (PCC)

Two foundation parent governors appointed by the PCC

One Diocesan governor appointed by the Diocese of Manchester

One Local Authority governor appointed by Bolton Council

The Headteacher

One additional Staff governor elected by staff members

Three parent governors elected by parents and carers

Resources committee Admissions Committee
School improvement committee Pupils, community and parish committee
Remit:

1. To set financial priorities

2. To approve and monitor the school budget

3. To ensure the school obtains best value for money

4. To consider policies relating to management of staff, including the school pay and performance management policies.

5. To determine the staffing structure

6. To monitor and evaluate the staff development programme.

Remit:

1.To approve the application for admission to school.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remit:

1. To ensure the school delivers the National Curriculum

2. To monitor the quality of teaching and learning, though the headteacher

3. To support the head in making improvements to leadership and management and achieve the priorities of the school development plan

 

 

 

Remit:

1. To monitor and evaluate policies relating to pupil health, safety and welfare (including safeguarding and child protection), behaviour and discipline.

2. Through the Head Teacher, to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of SEN provision.

3 To monitor and evaluate policies relating to social inclusion (including Looked After Children) and special needs inclusion.

 

Chair: Chair: Chair: Chair:
Other members:

Mr B.Ashton

Mrs J.Brock

Mrs H.Chapman

Mrs N.Gillard

Mrs N. Gill-Smith

Mr D. Garner

Mrs R. Holland

Mr D. Pritchard

 

 

Other members:

Mr B.Ashton,

Rev.S.Fletcher,

Mrs G.Marlton

Mr D.Pritchard

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other members:

Mr H Ashton

Mr D. Garner

Mrs A. Procter

Mr D. Pritchard

Mr J. Shawcross

Mrs N. Gill-Smith

Mr S. Banner

 

 

Other members:

Mr S. Banner

Rev S. Fletcher

Mrs G. Marlton

Mr D. Pritchard

Mr J. Shawcross

Mrs H. Chapman

Mrs J. Brock

Mr S.Banner

 

Other committees of the governing body which meet as required

Performance Management Committee (annually)

Pay Committee (annually)

Curriculum complaints committee

General complaints committee

Pupil discipline committee

 Governors who have served in the last 12 months: