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The Governing Body

Contacting the Governing Body

 

To contact the Governing Body please either send an email to the school office

officek2@kegworth.leics.sch.uk for the attention of the Governors

or alternatively send a letter to the school addressed to the Governing Body.

 

Register of Pecuniary Interest 2017 - 2018

The Governors meet regularly and although their work is largely unseen by the public, it is of great importance to the running of the school. The role of the Governing Body has changed over recent years and the governors have now taken on the full responsibility for the physical and financial running of the school, appointment of staff and the curriculum.
 
Minutes of all Governor meetings are kept in school and are available on request.
 
The Current Governing Body

If you are interested in joining us when a vacancy arises, please contact the Chair of Governors. 

Mr Jonathan Faulkes, LA Nominated Governor (Chair of Governors)

 

Mrs Tracey Robinson, Headteacher Governor

Mrs Jane Leng, Parent Governor

 

Mr David Hayes, Community Governor

 
Miss Sarah Cartwright, Staff Governor
 
Mrs Margaret Thompson, Community Governor

Mr Steven Morton, Parent Governor

 

Mrs Brenda Langton, Community Governor

 

Mrs Victoria Cooper, Parent Governor

 
Janet Jones, Clerk to Governors
 
 
All of the governors have specific roles within the governing body, for example taking the lead or safeguarding, special educational needs or particular areas of the curriculum. The current roles of the governors are set out in the governors handbook, which is available at the link below. The whole Governing Body meets at least once a term. Several committees meet on a more regular basis throughout the year.
 
These include:
 
Curriculum & Safeguarding - oversees the teaching strategy of the school and monitors the progress and attainment of the school. The curriculum governors help the headteacher determine some of the targets for the school. 
Premises along with Health and Safety are also covered within the Curriculum and Safeguarding committee. Health and safety priorities are monitored and set within the school and a plan of work is set to keep the school in a well-maintained state.
The Promotion & Presentation of the school is also governed by the Curriculum and Safeguarding committee. The committee works with the school to set priorities for how the school promotes itself within the community and develops as a part of the village.
 
Finance & Personnel - works with the headteacher to set out how the school budget will be spent. This committee works to specific standards of financial management. 

Performance & Pay - works with the headteacher to assess the school staff's performance, identify the staff's correct pay structures and performance targets.
 
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