Governors

The Governing Body at Hillmorton Primary School work very hard to support the the Headteacher and the staff on School Improvement and future development.

The Governing Body make decisions that they believe are in the best interests of the children and young people within our school community. Fulfilling the role of School Governor is a serious undertaking and enormously rewarding. It is responsible for the conduct of our School and promotes high standards of educational achievement.

It’s role is to provide a strategic view of the school, working with the Headteacher on establishing a strong vision for the future and identifying clear School Improvement priorities. Also, it monitors and evaluates the progress of the school by reviewing the effectiveness of school policy and the impact of our School Improvement strategy.

TypeTerm StartTerm EndsRolesCommitteesAttendance 2016 - 2017Business / Personal InterestsMember of Other Educational Establishment
Authority
Co-opted
Julia KennyMar 2015Mar 2019ChairDisciplinary
Performance and Standards
Resources
6/6
Martin SabinMar 2015Mar 2019Vice Chair
Chair of Resources
Disciplinary
Resources
7/7
Steve GoldMar 2016Mar 20203/3Ashlawn School Governing Body
Derek WattsOct 2017Oct 20211/1Hillmorton Primary School School Improvement Partner
Parent
Sarah CowenMar 2015Mar 2019SEN Governor
Chair of Performance and Standards
Disciplinary
Performance and Standards
4/5Rebecca Harris
Year 1 Teaching Assistant – Sister
Virgina Taylor-FallowsMar 2013Mar 20172/4
Headteacher
Catherine CrispFeb 2007Performance and Standards
Resources
7/7
Staff
Craig McKeeJan 2014Performance and Standards
Resources
7/7
Clerk
Alison GarrettPerformance and Standards
Resources
7/7

Instrument of Government

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