There are 12 governors at St. Peter’s School made up by the following people:
Foundation governors- Andrea Morley, Andrew Kempston-Parks and Alan Garrow
Parent governors- Rachel Silverwood, James Hawkins, current vacancy
Staff governors- Julia Collins, Emily Crankshaw
Co-opted governors- Helena Fishburn, Amy Treetops, Val Rogers, Deborah Parkman
Our Governing Body
The job of a Governing Body is to work with the Head Teacher and senior leadership team to ensure every pupil gets the best possible education.
So what does this mean?
The Governing Body has responsibility for ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction; holding the Head Teacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils; overseeing the financial performance of the school and making sure its money is spent effectively.
How is this done at St Peter’s?
The Governing Body meets once a term in full but most of its work is carried out at the sub-committees. The Teaching & Learning, Finance, Inclusion and Faith committees also meet at least once a term with additional meetings held as required.
Governors at St Peters also do much more than this; they regularly visit school bringing with them a whole host of skills and experience.