Governors

 

Kirton Lane Primary School Governing Body

The Governing body has an important part to play in supporting and monitoring the life of the school. It is composed of elected voluntary members who may be: Parents, school staff, members of the Local Authority and local community.

Meet our current Governing Body:

Governors

Responsibilities

Category

Appointing Body

Term & End date

Committees

Mr. John Scorer

Chair of Governors

Year 4
Year 3

Co-opted Governing Body 

REST

CAST

PAP

Mr. Alan Finley

Community Governor

Buildings and Premises
Health and Safety
Year 1

Co-opted Governing Body 

REST

PAP

Miss. Yvette Birkett Staff Governor Staff Staff REST
Mrs. Nikki Keep

Co-opted Governor

Year 5

Co-opted Governing Body  CAST
Mrs. Fances Adams

Co-opted Governor

Year 6

Co-opted  Governing Body CAST
Mrs. Paula Barrass

Parent Governors

Disadvantaged Pupils (T. Foster - SLT Member)
Year 2

Parent Parent Electorate CAST
Mrs. Keeley Fletcher

Parent Governors

FS1/FS2

Parent Parent Electorate CAST
Mrs. Diane Kitchen

Associate Governor

Special Educational Needs
Race Equality
Safeguarding
ICT

Associate Member Governing Body  REST
Mr. Thomas Foster Associate Governor Associate Member Governing Body  CAST
Mrs. Wall

Head Teacher

Looked after children

Head Teacher Governing Body 

REST

CAST

PAP

Mrs. Geeson Deputy Head Co-opted Governing Body 

REST

CAST

PAP

Clerk: Mrs. S French                                                                                                                                                   REST = Resources Team   CAST = Curriculum & Standards Team   PAP = Pay & Performance Team

Governor

Relevant business interests

Other education establishments governed

Relationships with other governors or staff

Mr. John Scorer

Mr. Alan Finley

Miss. Yvette Birkett

Mrs. Nikki Keep

 Mrs. Francis Adams

Mrs. Paula Barrass 

Mrs. Keeley Fletcher

Mrs. Diane Kitchen 

Mr. Thomas Foster

Mrs. Wall

 Mrs. Geeson

 

The Governing body has sub-committees to deal with specific issues such as: Appointments, finance, teaching and learning. In addition, governors also constantly monitor the schools aims included in the School Improvement Plan. Governor training is undertaken to keep abreast of current issues and initiatives.

Parents who would like further information about the Governing Body or who may be interested in becoming a governor should contact the school office.

Awards