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Meet the Governors

Norton Juxta Kempsey CE Primary School Governors 2019 2020

NORTON-JUXTA-KEMPSEY C.E PRIMARY SCHOOL

 

 “Together with love and joy, we will discover, develop and maximise potential.”

 

Norton-Juxta-Kempsey Primary School  became a founder member of Avonreach Academy Trust (AAT) on 1st August 2017 along with Orchard Primary, Inkberrow Primary and Pershore High School.

 

The Governing Body

The governing body of Norton-Juxta-Kempsey Primary aims to support the school by using their skills and expertise for the good of the school and to support the Headteacher to set the school’s aims and objectives.

The principal reasons for having a Local Governing Body are:

  • To work with the school in setting high standards and supporting strategic planning for the school’s future, with the aim of raising the educational achievement of all its pupils;
  • To ensure that appropriate challenge is maintained on school development and improvement, and ensure appropriate targets are set;
  • To be a critical friend to the school, in good times and bad, offering the school support and advice;
  • To oversee financial performance of the school to ensure that its money is well spent;
  • To help the school to be responsive to the needs of pupils, parents, staff and the wider community and make the school more accountable.

 

Norton-Juxta-Kempsey governing body is made up as follows:

  • 3 Parent Governors, who are appointed by parents of pupils at the school
  • 1 Headteacher
  • 1 Staff Governor, who is appointed by school staff
  • 6 Co-opted Governors, who are appointed by the governing body.
  • 2 Foundation Governors, who are appointed by the Diocese.

 

The governing body currently has 2 co-opted vacancies.

 

The governing body meets at least once a term and in addition there are three committees, Finance, Strategy, Premises incl. health and safety; Curriculum, Monitoring and Targets; and Well-being and Community, who meet at least termly.  There is also a key policy review committee that meets twice a year.

 

Governing body membership and responsibilities:

 

Name

Type of Governor

End of Term of Office

Committee

Individual Responsibilities

James Hurley

(Chair)

Co-opted

13/11/2022

Finance, Strategy, Premises & H&S

Well-being & Community

Finance

Induction

PR

Communications

Julia Dean

(Headteacher)

Ex-officio

N/A

Finance, Strategy, Premises & H&S

Curriculum, Monitoring & Targets

Well-being & Community

 

Sarah Marshall

Staff

09/01/2022

Curriculum, Monitoring & Targets

 

Claire Schaus

Parent

26/05/2020

Curriculum, Monitoring &

Targets

Well-being & Community

Numeracy

Claire Coleman

Parent

22/09/2020

Finance, Strategy, Premises & H&S

Curriculum, Monitoring & Targets

Health & Safety

 

 

Philippa Stevens

Parent

17/12/2022

Curriculum, Monitoring & Targets

Well-being & Community

Early Years

Literacy

PE & Sports

Premium

Jamie Stuart

Co-opted

14/11/2021

Finance, Strategy, Premises & H&S

Well-being & Community

SEND

Finance

Andrew Longdon

Co-opted

13/11/2022

Finance, Strategy, Premises & H&S

 

 

Mike Goode

(Vice-Chair)

Co-opted

17/09/2023

Finance, Strategy, Premises & H&S

Curriculum, Monitoring & Targets

 

Science

Rev Mark Badger

Foundation

N/A ex-officio

Well-being & Community

 

Clare Morgan

 

Foundation

18/09/2021

Finance, Strategy, Premises & H&S

Curriculum, Monitoring & Targets 

Well-being & Community

RE

Safeguarding

PHSE

Pupil Premium

 

 

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