The role of the Governing Body
To make sure that every child in our school receives the best possible education
To ensure a clarity of vision and clear direction within the Christian ethos of the school
To hold the Headteacher and senior management team sufficiently to account for pupil's achievement and the quality of teaching
To oversee the financial performance of the school making sure it's money is well spent
Please click on the following title for up to date Governor Information :
If you wish to contact the Chair of Governors, Mrs R. Wareing, then please write to her at school's address.
Meeting dates for the academic year 2018-2019:
Full Governing Body Meetings Finance Governor Meetings Curriculum Governor Meetings
13th December 2018 14th February 2019 5th March 2019
14th March 2019 6th June 2019 16th May 2019
All curriculum meetings will begin at 3.30pm.
All other meetings will begin at 5:30pm.
At every meeting the minutes are taken by an appointed clerk from Wigan Governor Services.
Who can attend meetings of the Governing Body?
Parents and other members of the public are welcome to attend by prior arrangement with the Chair of Governors. However, where matters are confidential are to be discussed, visitors will be asked to leave the meeting.
How do I become a Governor?
Governors usually serve a 4 year term of office. From time to time, vacancies occur for Parent Governors on the governing body. Parents/Carers will be informed of such vacancies and nominations will be sought. However, should you wish to become a governor for any other school, you should contact the Governor Services department of the local authority. Details of who to contact can be provided at the School Office.
Why should I consider becoming a Governor?
Education is one of the most important services that we can provide to our community. Our aim is to equip children with the skills and knowledge they need to become effective members of society as well as to enjoy life to the full. By becoming a Governor, you will be able to play an active role in influencing how the school can best serve the local community and, in particular, the children who live there.