Governors

The Governing Body  

 Stanstead Nursery and Primary School 2017-2018

 

 

Parent Governors (elected by parents)

Mr Nathan Prince (currently vice-chair)

Ms Agatha Chimbetete

 

Local Authority Governors (appointed by the local authority)

Mrs Della Sewell

 

Co-opted Governors

Mrs Judith Robinson

Mrs Debbie Inglis (currently elected chair)

 

Staff Governor (Elected by the staff)

Mrs Emma Hill

 

Headteacher

Mrs Patricia Vladev

 

    Image result for adobe reader icon  Governor Details 2016-2017

 

All governors serve on all committees at Stanstead Nursery and Primary School as these have been combined into a single committee which meets termly.

 

 
Attendance at meetings
No governor has missed more than one meeting during the 2015/2016. 5 governors have not missed any meeting.
 
 
 

                

Our Governing Body

All schools have a governing body which is generally composed of people from four different groups:
1) The School Staff
2) The Local Authority
3) Parents
4) The Local Community
Each governor is chosen by the group they represent. 

Working together, governors support the school, particularly in making key decisions about its overall vision for children’s education.  As a group, we never lose sight of the school’s most important people: the children.  We want the best for them trying always to keep what will improve their future life chances at the front of our thinking.  In the sections below, you can find a brief description of why each volunteer wanted to be a school governor. 

Our Chair of Governors is Mrs Debbie Inglis. She can be contacted through the school office.
 

                                        

Purpose of a Governing Body

The purpose of having a governing body is to:

- help the school to set high standards by planning for the school's future and setting targets for school improvement
- keep the pressure up on school improvement
- be a critical friend to the school, offering support and advice
- help the school respond to the needs of parents and the community
- make the school accountable to the public for what it does
- work with the school on planning, developing policies and keeping the school under review
- exercise its responsibilities and powers in partnership with the headteacher and staff
- not intervene in the day-to-day management of the school unless there are weaknesses in the school, when it then has a duty to take action.