St Giles School

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Governors

Our School Governing Board is made up of:

 

  • 4 Parent Governors
  • 1 Local Authority Governor
  • 1 Staff Governor
  • 5 Co-Opted Governors
  • Our Headteacher

Our Governors are responsible for the conduct of the school and work to promote high standards. The key roles of the Governing Board are:

 

  • To provide strategic direction for the work and improvement of the school.
  • To support, monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of the school.
  • To hold the school to account for the standards achieved and the quality of education.

 

Governor Profiles

 

Katy Elliott

Co-Opted Governor (Chair of Governors)

 

Term of Office: 18 March 2015 to 18 March 2019

Business and Pecuniary Interests: None declared

Attendance at FGB 2017/18: 100%

Attendance at Applicable Committees 2017/18: 100%

Relationships: Not Applicable

 

Steve Workman

Local Authority Governor (Vice-Chair of Governors)

 

Term of Office: 23 September 2015 to 23 September 2019

Business and Pecuniary Interests: None declared

Attendance at FGB 2017/18: 100%

Attendance at Applicable Committees 2017/18: 100%

Relationships: Not Applicable

 

Steve Astle

Parent Governor

 

Term of Office: 17 October 2018 to 17 October 2022

Business and Pecuniary Interests: None declared

Attendance at FGB 2017/18: 100%

Attendance at Applicable Committees 2017/18: 33%

Relationships: His partner is an active member of the school PTA and he currently has two children within the school.

Tom Few

Staff Governor

 

Term of Office: 28 November 2018 to 28 November 2022

Business and Pecuniary Interests: None declared

Attendance at FGB 2017/18: N/A

Attendance at Applicable Committees 2017/18: N/A

Relationships: Not applicable

Craig Jackson

Co-Opted Governor

 

Term of Office: 18 March 2015 to 18 March 2019

Business and Pecuniary Interests: None declared (see 'Relationships')

Attendance at FGB 2017/18: 100%

Attendance at Applicable Committees 2017/18: 75%

Relationships: His partner is a member of staff within school

 

Clive Lawrence

Headteacher

 

Term of Office: N/A

Business and Pecuniary Interests: None declared

Attendance at FGB 2017/18: 100%

Attendance at Applicable Committees 2017/18: 67%

Relationships: Not Applicable

Ann Lynch

Co-Opted Governor

 

Term of Office: 18 March 2015 to 18 March 2019

Business and Pecuniary Interests: None declared

Attendance at FGB 2017/18: 50%

Attendance at Applicable Committees 2017/18: 83%

Relationships: Not Applicable

Stuart Tranter

Parent Governor

 

Term of Office: 07 February 2017 to 07 February 2020

Business and Pecuniary Interests: None declared

Attendance at FGB 2017/18: 25%

Attendance at Applicable Committees 2017/18: 67%

Relationships: He currently has a child within the school.

Marion Rawlings

Co-Opted Governor

 

Term of Office: 19 April 2018 to 19 April 2022

Business and Pecuniary Interests: Member of Parachute Regiment (Derby) Welfare Officer

Attendance at FGB 2017/18: N/A

Attendance at Applicable Committees 2017/18: N/A

Relationships: Not applicable

Helen Leat

Parent Governor

 

Term of Office: 14 November 2018 to 14 November 2022

Business and Pecuniary Interests: TBC

Attendance at FGB 2017/18: N/A

Attendance at Applicable Committees 2017/18: N/A

Relationships: She currently has a child at the school.

Previous Governor Profiles (last 12 months)

Karen Toulson

Staff Governor

 

Term of Office: 17 October 2014 to 17 October 2018

Business and Pecuniary Interests: None declared

Attendance at FGB 2017/18: 100%

Attendance at Applicable Committees 2017/18: 75%

Relationships: Not Applicable

 

Committees 2018/19

Committee

Members

Safeguarding, Behaviour and Attendance Committee

Katy Elliott (Chair)

Clive Lawrence, Ann Lynch and Craig Jackson

Teaching, Learning and Outcomes Committee

Steve Workman (Chair) 

Clive Lawrence, Marion Rawlings Stuart Tranter and Ann Lynch

HR, Finance and Premises Committee

Steve Workman (Chair) and Katy Elliott (Chair)

Clive Lawrence, Steve Astle and Craig Jackson

Governors have voting rights within their committees.