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Far Far Away, Beyond the Word Mountains
WHAT IS THE GOVERNING BODY?
The Governing Body is a group of unpaid volunteers from various parts of the community. They are required by law to help the school provide the best possible education for its pupils.
They play a critical role in setting the strategic priorities for the school, and to ensure that the school is effectively run by the Headteacher.
WHO CURRENTLY BELONGS TO THE GOVERNING BODY?
The Governing Body currently consists of:
GOVERNING BODY MEETINGS 2016/2017
The Governing Body will meet on the following dates:
21st September 2016 ; 9th November 2016 ; 8th February 2017 ; 15th March 2017 ; 10th May 2017 ; 14th June 2017.
• Ms Heather Scott
• Ms. Michelle Hegarty
• Mrs Laura Pease
• Mr Mark Curtis
• Ms Raewyn Harrison
• Mr Steve Armstrong
• Mr Tony Wilde
• Dr Andrew Homer
• Ms Kate Roxburgh
• Ms Janet Hoskin
• Angela Bolton
• Ms Jenny Smith
The three core functions of the Governing Body are to:
These functions are mainly delegated to committees of which there are four as follows:
Meetings of the Governing Body and the Committees take place at least once per term.
DO YOU WANT TO BE A SCHOOL GOVERNOR?
In Waltham Forest there are 1150 jobs for governors in 82 schools.
No formal qualifications are required but you must be at least 18 years old and there is no upper age limit.
The time commitment works out to an average of 6 hours a month.
For further information on becoming a school governor please visit https://www.walthamforest.gov.uk/content/school-governors
HOW DO I CONTACT THE GOVERNING BODY?
Please write to the Chair of Governors via the school.