We will reach our full potential with the help of God
Role of the Governing Body
The role of the Governing Body is to provide strategic leadership and accountability in schools. It has three key functions:
- Overseeing the financial performance of the school and making sure its money is well spent
- Holding the headteacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils
- Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction
- What do Governors do?
How St Andrew's Governors fulfill their role
The Board have 5 main meetings per year with clear aims and objectives for each meeting and also delegate some responsibilities to 5 smaller committees who meet at least every term.
Admissions Committee (Chaired by Gina Horrocks)
There are also Link Governor roles where governors take on a specific area. The Governing Body retains overall responsibility but they keep abreast of developments and concerns in these particular areas and report back to the board.
Governors agree to follow the Code of Conduct
|Health & Safety
|SEND and Inclusion
Who are the Governors of St Andrew's?
|Type of Governor
|Steph Timmis CHAIR
|Foundation Ex Officio
|Rev Andrew Hobbs
If you have a complaint please follow the complaints policy
If you wish to make suggestions or have queries please contact the Chair via
Public Sector Equality Duty
Minutes of Meetings
The Governing Body believes that there should be transparency of its workings and decisions.
The final approved minutes from any Full Governing Body Meeting can be requested by emailing the Clerk on email@example.com
FGB Attendance Records