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Northbury Primary School

Northbury Primary School

Achieve and enjoy together

Northbury Governors

Our Governors

 

The Governing Body consists of 11 Governors:


6 Co-opted Governors (appointed by the Governing Body)

1 LA Governor (nominated by the Local Authority, appointed by the Governing Body)

2 Parent Governors (elected by parents)

1 Headteacher Governor (automatic member)

1 Staff Governor (elected by staff)

 

We currently have 10 Governors in post as follows:

 

GovernorRoleLink GovernorEnd of Term of Office

Mr Stephen Noon

Chair of GB

 

Associate Governor 

Headteacher Performance Management

 

Chair of Business & Finance Cmtee

Safeguarding 

Looked After Children 

Anti-Bullying & Behaviour 

 

02/07/2022

Mrs Simona Yassin

Vice Chair

 

Co-Opted

Headteacher Performance Management

Health & Safety 

RSE & healthy Schools  

 

 

02/07/2024

Mr Rob Jones

Co-opted

Chair of Curriculum & Standards Committee 

Headteacher Performance management

Special Educational Needs

02/07/2022

Ms Sharon Collins

Local Authority

Teaching and Learning 

 

01/11/2024

Ms Sunita Kumar

Co-opted

 

TBC

01/12/2022

Mr Sajjad Ali

Parent Governor

 

Race & Social Justice 

Curriculum  

01/11/2024

Mr Lamin Sawo

Parent Governor

Cultural Education 

 

1/10/2023

Mr Emmanuel Boateng

Staff Governor

 

EYFS 

11/06/2023

Mrs Paramjit Roopra

Headteacher

 

 

 

1 Vacancy

Co-opted Governor

 

 

 

 

Our professional clerk is Amber Fitch. If you would like to get in touch with the Governors, please contact the school office. Governors warmly welcome communication from parents and recognise the importance of parent voice in continual school improvement.

Pay Committee


This committee considers recommendations from the Headteacher and agrees annual pay increases for all staff. The Committee meets at least once a year, or as required. 


Statutory Committees (e.g Pupil Disciplinary, Appeal, Staff Disciplinary, Redundancy)


All Governors (except staff) will form a pool from which they will be selected to serve on panels according to availability and suitability. The terms of reference for each panel will be as per the relevant procedure/policy.   


Relevant Business and Pecuniary Interests


All Governors are required to sign a declaration of interest form annually. 


They are also required to disclose any pecuniary/business interests relating to specific items on the agenda at every meeting. 


At this time the declared interests are:


•    governance roles in other educational institutions - 2
•    any material interests arising from relationships between governors or relationships between             governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives) - None
•    any other interests - None.


The Role of a Governor


School Governors 


School governing boards work as a team to provide strategic leadership to schools. The three core functions of a school governing board are to:


•    set a vision for a school
•    be accountable for school performance and the safety of pupils
•    provide financial probity to ensure that resources are well spent

 

Governing boards are required to appoint governors meeting the eligibility criteria based on the skills and experienced required by the board. 


Governing Board Statutory duties and policies


All governing boards are required to follow school governance legislation to meet statutory responsibilities as outlined in the Department for Education (DfE) Governance Handbook.


The other key statutory duties are:


•    ensuring safeguarding procedures in place to protect pupils and staff
•    monitoring the school budget and ensuring that school finances are spent well
•    ensuring that adequate and appropriate provision is provided for Special Education Needs (SEN) pupils
•    having statutory school policies 
•    staffing 

 

Apply to be a School Governor


If you have a passion for improving the life-chances of pupils in our school why not become a school governor? To be appointed or elected onto the governing body you will need to meet the eligibility criteria below:
•    over the age of 18
•    have no previous criminal convictions
•    have a debarring service check and obtain clearance
•    be willing to meet the time commitment of attending meetings, reading documentation and                visiting the school on focused visits
•    meet the skills and experience required by individual governing board

 

Governors are appointed for a four year period, however resignations can be submitted at any stage during that term.


Please make an appointment to speak to the Headteacher if you are interested in becoming a governor at Northbury.

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