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Become a Governor


If you want to make a difference in your local community and develop your own professional skills, becoming a school Governor can be your next step.

Why become a school Governor?

  • Make a difference in your local community
  • Gain variety of new skills and develop your knowledge and experience
  • Great opportunity to work with the staff, the children and the whole community
  • A great addition to your CV
  • Have a say in the way the school is being run

How to become a school Governor?


If you are interested in opportunities on our Governing Body then please get in touch with the School Office and we will contact you.



What skills, experience and commitment are required?

The full Governing Body meet twice a term. We have three Committees: Teaching & Learning, Resources & Personnel and Premises, Health & Safety all of which meet termly. In addition, we have working parties to deal with specific projects or issues. Governors are also allocated individual roles which are linked to their particular skills and interests.  We visit the School on a regular basis, both formally and informally, and get to experience what life in School is really like, the behaviour and attitudes of the children and the hard work of the staff.

We are looking for people with enthusiasm, some free time and commitment to work in the interests of our pupils. We provide induction, training and support when you start with us.