School governors form the largest volunteer group in the country. They are people from all walks of life, who care about children’s education and are prepared to work as a team to support their school and local community. More than 9,000 people volunteer to be governors in Lancashire, bringing to their role experience of everyday life and a wish to help children and schools. They support schools in raising standards, by determining the conduct and direction of the school.
Members of our Governing Body
The Governing Body comprises of:
- 8 Foundation Governors
- 3 DBE appointed by the Diocesan Board of Education
- 2 PCC appointed by the Parochial Church Council
- 2 Oliverson’s Trust
- Vicar (ex-officio)
- 2 Elected Parents
- 1 Local Authority
- 2 Staff (Headteacher ex-officio, 1 Staff)
- 1 Co-opted
- There is 1 additional non-voting member of the Governing Body
- 1 Associate Governor appointed by the Governing Body
- Of the 8 Foundation Governors, 3 must have children at the school when appointed
The term of office for Governors is 4 years from the date of appointment.
Our governors play an active part in the life of our school. Each governor is linked to a class with which they communicate often, including coming into school to spend time in their link class.