Governors

Attendance Matters Board

OFSTED May 2016 ‘The governing body’s effectiveness has increased since the previous inspection. The governing body has been careful to appoint governors with skills that will support the work of the school. Governors hold school leaders to account well.’

At Bluebell Primary School, governors, staff, parents and children work together building on success in an atmosphere of care where everyone feels valued. We feel very lucky to be involved with the dedicated and professional staff and support teams.

As governors we become involved with a variety of issues including finance, pupil welfare, staff appointments, health and safety, maintenance of buildings and grounds. However we consider our most important role is to monitor the education and well being of the children.

Our governance statement for 2016/17 can be read by clicking the link below:

Bluebell Governance Statement 2017/2018

The governor team is currently:

Name Governor Type Date Appointed
David Browne (Vice Chair) Co-Opted 14/10/2014
Chris Fish Parent 19/05/2017
Edward Holley Co-Opted 01/01/2017
Anne-Louise Nugent Parent 01/05/2015
Jane Rolph Co-Opted 01/09/2014
Sue Ryan (Chair) Local Authority 30/04/2014
Carolyn Sayer Co-Opted 14/10/2014
Trudi Sharred Headteacher  
Yvonne Thompson Co-Opted 01/09/2014
Julie Wicklund Staff 20/02/2017

Bluebell Primary School Governor Committee Roles & Responsibilities

Bluebell Primary School Full Governor List and Register of Interests

Full Governors Meetings Attendance Register 2016-17

Finance and Curriculum Meetings Attendance Register 2016-2017

Governors are appointed to ensure that objectives are met and that planning for the future is both visionary and realistic. We are here to support and encourage the Head teacher and all school personnel so that children have access to an enriched education and the opportunities they deserve. Our code of practice can be read by clicking the link below:

Bluebell Code of Practice for Governors

Choosing where your child will grow and learn is very important. This is an opportunity for us to thank all the parents who encourage and support their children so well. The strong partnership, which already exists between school and community, underpins the ethos, which is so characteristic of Bluebell Primary School.

Parents and governors have key roles in helping Bluebell Primary School to raise standards for all our children both now and for future generations.

If you have any specific questions about the governing body please do not hesitate to ask, pop into the office and arrange a meeting with one of the governors.

Best wishes
Governors of Bluebell Primary School

Governors Letter to Parents October 2015 

Governors Letter to Parents Spring 2016

Governors Letter to Parents March 2017

Governors Letter to Parents October 2017

 

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