Governors

 

Name

Role

S Kernan Executive Headteacher
P Goodfellow Chair, Co-opted Governor
K Bradley Co-opted Governor
A Coulson Staff Governor
S Middleton-Wood Staff Governor
S Hayton Parent Governor
Adela-Carmen Tarabya Parent Governor
T Radge Co-opted Governor
E Dines Co-opted Governor
   

Governors Role Overviews

The governing body 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
  • managing the school’s finances
  • making sure the curriculum is balanced and broadly based
  • appointing staff
  • reviewing staff performance and pay

Please click the link below to see a list of governors and their responsibilities.

For Information on the board of trustees for Humber Education Trust, see: https://www.humbereducationtrust.co.uk/governance/governance-structure/

If you are interested in becoming a Governor, or would like more information on the roles and responsibilities of a Governor, please follow the link below.

https://www.gov.uk/education/school-governance

Further information:

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