The Governing Board has an important part to play in raising school standards through its three key roles:
- Setting strategic direction
- Ensuring accountability
- Monitoring and evaluating school performance
The Governing Board meets twice a term as a whole group - for a Full Governing Board meeting and a strategy meeting. There are three additional, smaller committees which also meet at least termly:
- Finance committee
- Health, Safety and Wellbeing committee
- Standards committee
Through all of these meetings, Governors oversee the running of the school and hold the Headteacher and staff to account. Governors are responsible for ensuring the school is run efficiently and legally.
All governors are asked to complete a declaration of pecuniary and related business interests. The register is reviewed annually and Governors sign an up to date declaration. The attached document shows any business interests declared by the Governors, their terms of office and their attendance at Full Governing Body and committee meetings.
For further information about Godwin's Governors, see their their personal profiles below.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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