Governors are at the heart of how a school operates and are the school’s accountable body. We make decisions which are in the best interests of the children and young people Fulfilling the role of a school governor is, therefore, both a serious undertaking and enormously rewarding, we do this by:
In order to do this, governors need to gain knowledge of how their school operates through training, by attending meetings, and by getting to know their school community, for example through visits to the school during the school day.
The term for a school governor is four years and the governing body meets three times a year and the Resources and Standards Committees meet once every term.
The governing body is made up of four groups representing parents, staff, the community and the Local Authority. We are interested in education and committed to the way our local school makes decisions. More information can be found on the County Council’s website at: www. cambridgeshire.gov.uk/education/governors
|Chair of Governors||Mr Darren Perrett|
|Vice Chair (Co-opted)||Miss Sophia Binns|
|Headteacher||Mr Adam Rivett|
|Governors (Parent)||Mrs Charlotte Nuttall|
|Governors (Parent)||Mrs Michelle Austin-Burall|
|Governors (Parent)||Mrs Rowena Winn|
|Governors (Co-opted)||Mr Jack McCurdy|
|Governors (Co-opted)||Mr Neil Morrison|
|Governors (Co-opted)||Mr Nick Clark|
|Governors (Co-Opted)||Ms Sophie Hewitt|
|Clerk to the Governors||Cam Clerks|
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