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Annual Reports to Parents


Please click on the link below to access the most recent Governors' Annual Report to Parents. This is an important document and includes lots of information about the life of the school over the last year.



Contact the Governors

Listed below are the names and preferred contact details for each of the current governors of the school.

Chair of Governors

Cllr. G. Hinchey Tel: 02920754633/07583 721025 (


Vice Chair of Governors

Mrs R. Chamberlain


Parent Governors

These are the elected representatives of parents of pupils at the school, elected by parental votes.


Mr. J. Aubrey

Miss S. Osborne

Miss R. Tadd

Mr D. Joyce

Mr D. Hills


Staff Governors
These are the elected representatives of staff at the school.
Mrs Annette James-Griffiths  (Headteacher) Tel:
02920 754633
Mrs. R. Antoniazzi (Deputy Headteacher) Tel: 02920 754633
Miss. C. Cook (Teacher Rep) Tel: 02920 754633
Mrs. L. Maguire-Davies (TA Rep) Tel: 02920 754633

Community Governors
These are invited by the other governors to join the governing body, as they have skills and experience of relevance to the school.
Mr. G. Osmond Tel:
02920 330674

Mrs. R. Chamberlain

Mrs. P. Davies


LA Governors
These are nominated by the local education authority. They bring knowledge of local government to the governing body.

Councillor. G. Hinchey (Chair) Tel: 07583 721025 (

Councillor J. Sangani

Mr. P. Elliot



What is the role of the Governing Body?

Governing Bodies exist so that schools are publicly accountable to local people for what they do, for the results they achieve, and for the way in which the resources are allocated. Each year the Governing Body produces an Annual Report which is sent to all parents, and there is an opportunity for parents to discuss the report and raise other issues with the governors at the annual general meeting.

What are the duties of a school governor?

Governors are expected to:
1. Agree the aims and values of the school
2. Agree policies relating to the aims, purposes and practices of the school (eg National Curriculum, special educational needs, discipline and attendance, sex education, etc).
3. Influence and approve the school development plan, and approve and monitor the school budget
4. Make sure the national curriculum is taught
5. Monitor and review the school’s progress
6. Ensure individual pupils’ needs are met, including special needs
7. Assist in the recruitment and selection of staff
8. Give parents information about the school
9. Produce action plans for improvement following school inspections
10. Establish and maintain positive links with the local business community
11. Support the day to day operational decisions taken by the headteacher
12. Promote the effectiveness of the governing body