Our Governors

Just what are school governors for?

I would like to take this opportunity to introduce the school's governing body to you and to explain our role. The role of the chair of governors is, among others, to co ordinate monitoring activities, chair our meetings, be the delegated signatory on behalf of the governors and to act as a representative of the governing body when dealing with OFSTED and other statutory bodies.

Our current Chair Of Governors is Mrs Tracy Elliott.
 

Croyland's Governing Body

Mrs Tracy Elliott- Chair and Co-opted member
 

Name

Governor type

Dates of office from/to

Lucy Deakin

HT

25.09.2013

 

 

Caron Radford

Vice Chair

Co-opted

24.04.2018

23.04.2022

 

Tracey Elliott

Chair

Co-opted

07.02.2019

06.02.2023

Jo Summers

Co-opted

07.02.2019

06.02.2023

John Phillipson

Co-opted

06.12.2018

05.12.2022

Valerie Anslow

Co-opted

06.12.2018

05.12.2022

Wendy Boulton

LA

05.07.2018

04.07.2022

Francesca Jardine

Staff

21.02.2018

20.02.2022

James Trower

Parent

05.07.2018

04.07.2022

Simon Boswell

Parent

28.04.2015

27.04.2019

Sean Roberts

Parent

05.07.2015

04.07.2019

Vacancy

Parent

 

 

Helen Dabrowski Clerk    

Croyland School is an inclusive school and the governing body welcomes constructive criticism and contributions from everybody, after all, parent governors are elected by the parents of Croyland's children.

School Governors are a statutory body with responsibility for setting the strategic direction for the school, monitoring the performance of the school's leadership team, monitor and ensure that standards are met, maintained and improved upon, ensure that the school's finance are kept under control and to question and challenge decisions. We also review, investigate and manage complaints and disciplinary issues. Fortunately, in the latter two points, we have not been called upon very often since the Senior Leadership Team manage the school in a highly effective manner.

Governors have to declare any financial, business or personal interests and step out of any meetings in which they may have a conflict of interest.

Generally, we are described as "critical friends".

We do not get involved in the day to day management of the school, after all, the majority of us are not teachers. We cannot (and do not) tell the staff how to do their jobs. Croyland School is managed very well by a team of highly skilled and dedicated professionals and the governing body would like to thank every child, every parent, and every member of staff for their hard work.

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