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Please find below details of how our Governing body is structured, including the names, categories, responsibilities and terms of appointment for each Governor.

The governing body's aim is to take a largely strategic role in the running of a school.

This includes deciding what they would like the school to achieve and setting the strategic framework for getting there.

This includes:

  • Setting suitable aims and objectives for the school.
  • Agreeing policies, targets and priorities.
  • Monitoring and reviewing aims and objectives, and whether the policies, targets and priorities are being achieved.
  • Acting as a 'critical friend' to the heads of the school by providing advice and support.

In addition, a sub pay committee is convened when required.

The role of the Link Governor is to provide a link between the Governing Board and the school. When Link Governors visit the school and report back to the Governing Board they help to deepen all governors’ understanding of how the school operates, how the strategic objectives are being pursued, how financial resources are being used and what extra support the school may need to meet its objectives.

Governor Name   Role

Mr T. Nener

Co-opted Governor

Safeguarding Link Governor 

Health and Safety Governor

Mrs F. Cave

Co-opted Governor (LA)

Co-Chair of Governors

EYFS Link Governor

Mrs T. Nener & Mrs T Smith

Co-opted Governor

Co-Head Teacher James Watt Primary School

Mrs C. White

Staff Governor

 Staff Well-being

Mrs G Kaur

Parent Governor



Parent Governor


Mrs L. Gordon

Co-opted Governor

Leadership and Management Link Governor

Mr A. Spence

Co-opted Community 

Co-Chair of Governors

Behaviour, Attitude and Personal Development Link Governor

Mrs E Lubin

Co-opted Community 

Quality of Education / Equality Governor