Governors

The Governing Body of The Bellbird School has overall statutory responsibility for the school. The Headteacher has responsibility for the educational performance and daily management of the school. Governors along with the headteacher approve and support the vision and ethos of the school. They develop the strategic direction, ensuring the accountability of the head for educational standards.  They ensure that the school makes sound, proper effective use of its financial resources.

The Governing Body is made up from parents, staff, Local Authority and co-opted governors.

All governors except the Headteacher are appointed for a 4 year term. All Governors attend the Full Governing Body meeting which meet twice a term.  Most governors also attend a relevant sub-committee eg.  Resources and Partnerships, Health & Safety, Standards/

Governors visit the schools to view the implementation of various policies and procedures, to gain insight on the daily life of the school and its’ teaching practices.

If you wish to contact any of the Governor’s or have a general question please click here

and your email will be forwarded to the appropriate Governor.

Please access here for the Governing Body membership and roles – here

Governor attendance at 2017/18 committee meetings can be viewed here

Governor attendance at 2018/19 committee meetings can be viewed here

 

Governor Body meetings occur twice each term.  Each Governor is linked into a particular aspect of school life, e.g. teaching and learning subject area, assessment, property, finance, e-safety etc.  The Governors also convene with working parties on current issues.

2018 Annual Governors Report – View PDF

2019 Annual Governors report – View pdf

Instrument of Government – view pdf

Complaint proceduresAt The Bellbird Primary School we feel that we would be able to listen and answer any reasonable request or concern you or your child may have during their time at the school. However, we also  recognise that on a very few occasions when an answer or solution cannot be reasonably dealt with by either the class teacher or Headteacher then a formal complaints procedure will need to be entered into. Please view the documents below for information you might need to follow the complaints procedure. Complaints leaflet – view PDF Complaints procedure – view PDF

Downloads

Governor visits code of conduct – view PDF

Governor expenses policy – view PDF

Governor induction policy –view PDF

New Governor notes – view PDF

Disclosure of Business Interests

The Governors have disclosure the following pertinent  business & relational interests.

Governor: Mr John Rimell Interest: Employee – Cambridge University Press
Governor: Mr Nick Silk Interest: Employee – Hills Building Group
Governor: Dr Kate Graham Interest: Employee – Abzena (Science Company)
Governor: Dr. Tim Wreghitt) Interest: Employee – Public Health England (Virologist)
Governor: Ms Florence Roegiers Interest: Employee – Lloyds Banking Group/Bidwell Estate Agent