Governors

What is a governor?

Every school is run by its Governing Body. Governors are a group of local people who have put themselves forward to take a role in the running of the school. Governors are different to volunteers in that they have statutory responsibilities to fulfil and are an integral part of the school's leadership. The role is unpaid and most governors find time for the role in addition to their own work and family responsibilities.

Governors do not need to be experts in education - it is a benefit to have people with other complimentary skills on the Governing Body. Governors are responsible for (among other things) agreeing certain school policies, setting and monitoring the school budget and supporting school leaders in securing positive outcomes for all children.

The Governing Body delegates the day-to-day running of the school to the headteacher who, in turn, delegates certain responsibilities to other senior leaders and staff. The headteacher and staff are therefore responsible for the operational side of the school with the Governing Body involved in strategic matters.

School governors are there to both support and challenge the school to be the very best it can for the sake of its pupils, families and community. We hope you find the information in this section useful and informative. 

Full Governing Body Meetings

Chair of Governors – Bethan Monis / Vice Chair - Claire Rogers 

The full Governing Body (FGB) meets four times per academic year to conduct its work. All meetings have a set agenda and the governors employ a clerk to issue paperwork and keep a clear record of discussions and decisions. 

During FGB meetings, governors will receive a report from the headteacher and will also hear updates from its two committees. There is more information about the role of each committee below. 

Curriculum & Achievement Committee

Committee Chair - 

This committee meets up to three times per academic year to oversee changes to the curriculum and assessment systems. It also looks at outcomes for pupils and compare these with any local and national trends. 

Leadership, Staffing and Resources Committee

Committee Chair – 

This committee meets up to three times per academic year to oversee the work of school leaders and the allocation of school resources. The committee also looks at arrangements for safeguarding and safety across the school. 

Contact the Governors

The governors can be contacted either via the school office or by emailing the Clerk to the Governors, at the address below.

thetynings@sgmail.org.uk 

Governor's Statutory Information

Governing bodies are required to publish the following statutory information about their constitution, members and interests. Click each button below to read and view the relevant item. 

Summary of Governors 2020-21

Register of Pecuniary Interests

Governor's Annual Statement 2019-20

Open Days 2020-21

02 Sep 2020

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Our Reconnection Plan

27 Aug 2020

Please see attached our Reconnection Plan for your return to school in September 2020 Reconnection Plan

Return to School Risk Assessment

22 May 2020

Please see attached our updated Risk Assessment for the reopening of our school in September 2020. Updated Re-Opening Plan

What to do if you receive a Head Bump notification

15 Jan 2020

If your child bumps their head during school you will receive a notification via SZapp and/or email.  Should the injury be a little more serious you will receive a phone call informing you of the...

Parent Governor

02 Dec 2019

We currently have a vacancy for a Parent Governor at school.  If you would like to make a difference please click on the links below to see the information letter and application form. Vacancy Le...