Glenda Repton - Headteacher
Pulford Road
Norton
TS20 1QY

theglebe@sbcschools.org.uk

01642 360876

Governors

‘Governors are dedicated to improving the school.’ 

The Glebe Primary School – Ofsted 2016

 

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Head Teacher:

Mrs Glenda Repton

 

Local Authority Representative:

Cllr Mrs Norma Wilburn

 

Staff Governor:

Miss Rachel Conroy

 

Parent Governors:

Mrs Leanne Boyd Smith

Mr Stephen Wearmouth

Miss Joanne Stokes

 

Co-opted Governors:

Mrs Linda Gibson (Chair of Governors)

Mr Keith Malcolm (Vice Chair of Governors)

Mrs Gillian Broome

Mr Andrew Jackson

Mrs Marilyn Jackson

Mrs Kathryn Summerfield

 

Additional Posting:

Mrs Jan Thompson

Please click the images below to see our Register of Governor Interests:

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Many responses to the questionnaires were not sure about the role of the governors. The following information helps to understand the role and responsibilities of our school governors.

  • The names of the governors can be found above and on the Community Board at both ends of the school.
  • The governors are there to support the running of the school. There are three meetings held each term.
  • One meeting is the School Improvement meeting where governors discuss standards, staffing, training issues, new and reviewed policies and progress in all areas of the curriculum.
  • One meeting is the Resources meeting where the governors set the school budget and discuss priorities for the finances of the school.
  • The third meeting is the full governors meeting where the whole Governing bodies consider minutes from meetings, any training and any other issues. 
  • The governors also come into school to work with school leaders in order to understand the working of the school.

 

How to become a Governor

Parent Governors – Nominations are sought from parents. If more nominations are received than vacancies an election takes place. Pen portraits of the candidates are required to support the election process.

Staff Governors – Nominations are sought from staff. If more nominations are received than vacancies an election takes place.

Community Governors – Appointment are made by the Governing Body and appointments are based on skills sets required by the Governing Body.