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Sellindge Primary School Governing Body

Sellindge Primary School Governing Body, including areas of responsibility

 

Robert Bristow (Chair)

Co-opted

Leadership and Management, including safeguarding

Quality of Education including Data/EYFS

Headteacher Appraisal 

Tina Campbell-Tordeur (Vice Chair)

 Co-opted

Funding (Additional) including Pupil Premium, SEN/LAC

Jenny Hollingsbee (Training Governor)

 Co-opted

Behaviour, Attitudes and Personal Development 

including Attendance/PE Premium and Educational Visits

Headteacher Appraisal

Terence Alcock

Co-opted

Estates and Finance including Compliance/H&S/Website

Ali Body 

Parent

Quality of Education including Data/EYFS

Funding (Additional) including Pupil Premium, SEN/LAC

Bob Edden

Co-opted

Estates and Finance including Compliance/H&S/Website

Daniel Peattie 

Co-opted

Estates and Finance including Compliance/H&S/Website

Audra Goodall

Staff

Behaviour, Attitudes and Personal Development 

including Attendance/PE Premium and Educational Visits

Maureen Stanley

Local Authority

Leadership and Management, including safeguarding

Funding (Additional) including Pupil Premium, SEN/LAC

Headteacher Appraisal
Jo Wren

Headteacher

Vacancy (parent)

Sellindge Primary School Governing Body, Terms of Office and Declaration of Business Interests

Welcome to our governors' section.
This summer, your primary school's governors have been meeting to create their long-term vision for Sellindge Primary School over the next five years. Consultation has taken place with governors, parents, teachers, non-teaching staff, senior leadership and, of course, the pupils.
 
Our shared 5-Year vision statement aims to capture what the governing board wishes to achieve looking to the future and governors agreed to adopt the Ofsted inspection framework areas of focus in which to organise its contents. The vision is intended to set out the optimal, desired, future outcomes (blue-sky thinking) of what we would like the school to achieve (or have taken clear steps towards) over this time period. It seeks to minimise the effects on aspiration of current and potential barriers and instead inspires the school's leaders, staff, parents, pupils and community stakeholders to give of their very best for the good of the school. The document also helps continually to shape our understanding of why we are doing what we do and offers a steer and longer-term direction when crafting plans in the shorter term.
 
If you have any comments about the governors' 5-year plan, the document will be reviewed annually and the Chair of Governors would always welcome any feedback along the way.

Sellindge Primary School - Governing Body Development Plan - Sept 2019-Aug 2021

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