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Local Advisory Board

The school's local advisory board (LAB) contributes to raising standards of achievement and the strategic development of the school. The LAB is drawn from different parts of the community and includes parents, staff, and other groups.

“In a well-managed school, the Head Teacher and Governing Body work in close partnership”

The LAB has a range of duties and powers and a general responsibility for the conduct of the school with a view to promoting high standards of educational achievement. Its responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • setting targets for pupil achievement
  • agreeing the school's self-evaluation form and school development plan
  • monitoring behavior and attendance
  • managing the school's in-year spending
  • making sure the curriculum is balanced and broadly based
  • supporting in the recruitment of staff

The LAB has considerable discretion as to how to discharge its responsibilities but is required to constitute itself in line with the regulations and to appoint a chair and vice-chair. The LAB may delegate certain of its responsibilities to certain members or committees, although in general, it is not compelled to do so.

If you wish to contact us, please initially contact the school on 01270 845911 and leave a message.

Governor Roles and Responsibilities

Name Role Responsibilities Appointment Date Resignation Date
David Booth Chair Person Premises & Finance 02.10.2018  
Julia Gawn Acting Principal   19.04.2021  
Kim French Staff Governor   11.11.2015  
Sam Davies Staff Governor   02.10.2018  
Angie Robinson Parent Governor

Pupil Premium, SEND and looked after children 

Hazel Harris Parent Governor Health & Safety 02.10.2018 23.10.20
Matt Pearson Community Governor Teaching and Learning 26.11.2019  
Jayne Bunn Community Governor Safeguarding   03.02.20
Michelle Noble Community Governor Teaching and Learning   17.03.20

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