A Message from the Governing Body
Welcome back to the new school year, as a Governing Body we will be trying to keep you up to date of our work in the newsletters and on the schools websites. So far this term we have reviewed a number of policies and updated the schools strategic vision and strategic plan, we have also reviewed with the schools management the performance data on pupil achievements for the last school year. As the year goes on I will keep you updated on the work of the Governors.
Mike Hill
Chair of Governors

Our Governors

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Governing Body Vision and Strategic Plan July 2018

Governor Attendance 2017-18

Governor Declaration of Interests

At the Governing Body meeting on Tuesday 4th December we welcomed four new parent governors recruited from our recent advert for new governors.
At the meeting had a presentation from the Executive Head as part of his termly report to Governors and we had updates from each Head of School on the School Plans and achievements to date along with work still in progress.
A key focus for governors is on pupil absence and the role parents have in helping improve this and the role the school needs to have in engaging with parents in helping parents contribute to their children’s learning plans.
Mike Hill
Chair of Governors
Governors meeting Tuesday 7 July 2019.
It was a busy end of term meeting and governors discussed a wide range of topic’s including the budgets for next year, attendance information, absence issues with a small number of pupils, safeguarding policies and updates.
We review very encouraging pupil progress data for the First school and as usual asked challenging questions of staff on pupil attendance and likely end of year outcomes.
I am sure all parents will work with the school staff and your governors by ensuring the best possible attendance of children at school and by not taking children out of school in term time as this is disruptive to pupils and is against school procedure and can lead to fines being imposed, which I am sure everyone wants to avoid
At the next meeting in September we will review governor performance in the previous year and look at our strategic role as governors andĀ  key issues we are going to focus on in the next school year.