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All governors have updated the Register of Business Interests for 2016/17.  We elected a new Chair and Vice Chair of Governors - Mr Stewart Eastbrook is our Chair and he is assited by Mr Paul Butcher as  our Vice Chair.  Reverend Renshaw Was thanked for her two years of service as our Chair.

We approved our Terms of Reference for both the Finance, Personal and Property committee and the Curriculum and Pupil Related Matters committee.  Mr Glasson will continue as Chair for FPP and Mrs Riley will continue as Chair for CPR.  The following responsibility areas were assigned to governors:

SEN and G&T - Mr Glasson

Safeguarding - Rev. Renshaw


EYFS - Mr Morgan

Health & Safety - Mr Bishop and Mr Potter

Citizenship, Community Learning and British Values - Mrs Lomer, Mrs Riley and Rev. Renshaw

Assessment and Marking - Mr Butcher

Maths KS1 - Mr Jones

Maths KS2 - Mrs Riley

English KS1 - Rev. Renshaw

English KS2 - Mr Wakeling

Science - Mr Potter

Enrichment - Mrs Spall and Mrs Canning

Pupil Premium - Mr Eastbrook

Link Governor - Mrs Riley

A new Teacher/Governor System has been introduced to improve the opportunities for governors and teachers to get to know each other better and to provide governors with an indepth look at one particular class each.  The following classes were assigned:

Class 11 - Mrs Wakeling

Class 10 - Mrs Lomer

Class 9 - Mr Jones

Class 8 - Mr Glasson

Class 7 - Mrs Riley

Class 6 - Mr Butcher

Class 5 - Mr Bishop

Class 4 - Mr Potter

Class 3 - Mr Eastbrook

EYFS - Mr Morgan and Rev. Renshaw

Reverend Renshaw commented on a recent assembly she held with the new EYFS group about how attentive and engaged they were.  Credit was given to the EYFS teachers and it was commented that the part time starting period for 2 weeks was helping children to settle in quickly.

Mr Malcolm commented that the inset day training with staff and governors had gone well.  Also that staff were settling in well to the new school year, especially those with job shares.  A new Catering Manager has been appointed and 2 of our teaching assistants are being accredited to become HLTAs.

The governing body approved an absence rate target of 3.7% for this academic year.  The absence rate last year was 3.2%.

The following policies were approved:


Health & Safety



How did this meeting help the school?

Governors summarised that they had allocated themselves specific responsibilities and had organised a 'buddy system' with teachers in order to aide their understanding of classes and to aide teacher understanding of the role of the Governing Body.  A Governing Body Strategy had also been agreed.



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