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Our Governors provide their time to help the school on a voluntary basis and come from a range of different backgrounds.  There are a variety of different roles within the Governing Board, but ultimately it involves working with the Head Teacher and Senior Leadership Team, to make sure the pupils at Chancel receive the best possible education.

 


Our Constitution

The Governing Board at Chancel School is made up of a mixture of 12 elected and appointed individuals. There are currently 3 Parent Governors, who are elected by parents at the school. There are 6 Co-opted Governors and 1 Local Authority Governor. The Head Teacher is also a member of the Governing Body, along with a further Staff Governor.  We currently also have one additional Associate Governor.

All Governors are appointed for a term of four years.

Parent Governors

Parent Governors are elected by the parents/guardians of the children who attend Chancel Primary School. When a governor position becomes vacant nominations will be asked from all registered parents and guardians and an election will take place.

LA Governors

Our LA Governor is appointed by the Local Authority. More information can be found at www.staffordshire.gov.uk.

Staff Governors

Staff Governors are elected by the staff.

Co-opted Governors

A Co-opted Governor is a person who has the skills required to contribute to the effective governance and success of the school and is appointed by the Governing Body.


Our Governors

Mr David Best

David Best
Chair

 

Dr James Wallace
Dr James Wallace
Vice Chair

Mrs Blankley
Mrs Blankley
Headteacher

Mrs Rebecca Palmer
Mrs Rebecca Palmer
Deputy Head

​Mrs Atkinson
Mrs Atkinson

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Dawn Kydd

Mr Adrian Shenton
Mr Adrian Shenton

Mrs Carol Dunhill
Mrs Carol Dunhill

Mrs Nikki Davies
Mrs Nikki Davies

Mr Adrian Shenton
Glenis Turner

Mrs Caroline Lawrence
Mrs Caroline Lawrence

Mr Adrian Shenton
Vacancy

Mrs Libby Peers
Mrs Libby Peers

Mr Adrian Shenton
Mrs Tina Tite


Governing Body Responsibilities

There are three key responsibilities of all school Governing Bodies:

  • To set the vision, ethos and strategic direction of the school
  • To hold the Head Teacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils and
  • To oversee the financial performance of the school and to make sure its money is well spent

At Chancel, our aim is to work together with the school Senior Leadership Team to ensure that our children get the best possible education; they will be happy and safe and they enjoy their time at school. We will support the Head Teacher and the dedicated team of staff, but also we will challenge where necessary to ensure that we deliver our objectives.

To help us carry out our responsibilites, as well as attending a Full Governing Body Meeting every term, Governors also serve on a number of different committees:

  • Finance and Personnel (F&P)
  • Premises and Health and Safety (P,H&S)
  • Curriculum (C)

Governors welcome feedback from the whole school community and we want you to tell us what you think about how we are doing. If you have any comments you wish to make about our school, any of the governors would be happy to hear from you. Please speak to any one of us, or contact us at governors@chancel.staffs.sch.uk 

If, however, you have a concern about the school then talk to one of the governors. If you want to make a complaint about an issue at the school then you need to speak to the Head Teacher, if you are still not satisfied then the matter can be raised with the Chair of Governors.

 


Governor Information

Governor Table for Website - Sep 17

Minutes of all Governing Body meetings are held in the school office and are available on request.

 


Attendance at Meetings (2016 to 2017)

GOVERNOR ATTENDANCE AT MEETINGS TABLE 2016 to 2017


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Are you interested in joining the Governing Body?

If you have an interest in joining our Governing Body, as and when a vacancy may arise, please contact us at any time to talk more about the role and what is involved.

Please follow the link to the SGA website. http://www.staffsga.org.uk/