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Following the re-constitution of the Governing Body, the number of committees has reduced from three to two from September 2015.  The committees and membership is listed below:-

Resource Management Committee5 Curriculum, Teaching and Learning
Mr Graham Robertson - Chair Mr Graham Robertson - Chair
Mrs Nicola Smith Mrs Nicola Smith
Dr Sam Johnson Mrs Kate Cross
Mrs Jan Donoghue Mrs Dionne Barton
Mr Roger Farr Mrs Kate Richardson
Mrs Ashley Oates Miss R Tittershill
Mr Kevin Miller Mrs Lizzi Geeson
Mr George Crombie Mrs Hazel Marlow
  Mr Simon Bentley
RMC is responsible for :- Curriculum, Teaching and Learning is responsible for :-
Personnel Curriculum
Pay Assessment
Finance Curriculum Policies
Performance Management Teaching and Learning
Building and Premises School Prospectus
School Policies Website
Recruitment Induction
Exclusion SEND
All DCC Policies linked to the above Pupil Premium
Lettings Exceptional leave
Educational Visits Lunchtime Supervision
Complaints Homework
Health & Safety including medicines and first aid Uniform
  Visitors in School

Each sub-committee meeting will be allocated 1.5 hours per meeting.  These will run consecutively CTL 6.00-7.30pm and RMC 7.30-9.00pm.  

Committees will work through the required activities together sharing out responsibilities but not needing an actual named governor for each area but with working party groups to cover the three parties annually identified on the School Improvement Plan.  However, named governors will have specific responsibility for the following:-

  • Safeguarding  - Mrs Kate Richardson
  • English - Mrs Kate Cross 
  • Maths - Mr Roger Farr
  • Science - Mrs Ashley Oates
  • Assessment and Data Management - Mrs Dionne Barton
  • Health & Safety - Mr Roger Farr
  • P.E. - Mr Graham Robertson
  • SEN - Mrs Hazel Marlow
  • Pupil Premium - Mr Graham Robertson
  • Behaviour - Mr Graham Robertson

The role of coming into school to observe lessons, speak with co-ordinators and carry out learning walks will be able to be taken by governors who have the opportunity to do so during the day.  Other governors who have work commitments who cannot get into school during the day, can take on other roles such as writing up pieces for the school newsletter, checking policies and the prospectus and carrying out questionnaires or surveys on behalf of the governors, analysing the results to feed back to sub and full committees.