‘Governors are dedicated to improving the school.’
The Glebe Primary School – Ofsted 2016
Mrs Glenda Repton
Local Authority Representative:
Cllr Mrs Norma Wilburn
Miss Rachel Conroy
Mrs Leanne Boyd Smith
Mr Stephen Wearmouth
Miss Joanne Stokes
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
Mrs Jan Thompson
Please click the images below to see our Register of Governor Interests:
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.