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Meet the Governors

Welcome to our Governors’ section.

 

Please find below details of how our Governing body is structured, including the names, categories, responsibilities and terms of appointment for each Governor.

 

Members of the Governing Body

Mrs T Sullivan-Godfrey (Chair) Community 
Councillor J Murphy (Vice Chair) LA 
PCSO P Kerswell LA 
Mr. D Stowell Community Governor
Mr. R Firman Community Governor
Mr. B Thomas LA Governor
Mrs S Jones LA Governor
Miss E Devine-Davie Parent  Governor
Miss G Grainger-Rose Parent Governor
Miss C O’Sullivan Parent Governor
Ms. L Oliver Parent Governor
Miss L Hydes Parent Governor
Mrs S Voyce Headteacher
Mr. P Harrington Support Staff Governor
Mr. A Jones Teaching Staff Governor
Mrs E Williams Teaching Staff Governor
Mr P Harrington - Non Teacher Governor
Mr A Jones -Teacher Governor
Mrs E  Williams- Teacher Governor

Miss L Lloyd-Lewis Clerk 


 

The Role of the Governing Body

 

The governing body exists to help Hywel Dda Primary School to deliver the best possible standard of education to all pupils, by working in partnership with the Headteacher and the staff.

 

The governing body is made up of volunteers drawn from parents, the community and school staff and helps to ensure that Hywel Dda Primary School is accountable to parents. The governing body has a responsibility for strategic planning, to monitor how the school is doing and to help identify any improvements where these are required.

 

Governing bodies are sometimes described as being the school’s critical friend - in representing the school’s interests we always try to be supportive, but also honest about where things need to improve!

 

In practise we meet our responsibilities by:

 

  1. holding meetings every term, delegating specific work to three sub-committees and regular visits to the school by individual Governors;
  2. contributing to and monitoring the implementation of the School’s Development Plan;
  3. assisting the Headteacher with the school’s financial management, to help ensure expenditure delivers the outcomes set out in the School’s Development Plan;
  4. utilising individual Governor’s skills to the school’s advantage and providing all Governors with training so they can carry out their role more effectively.

 

If you have any questions for Governors or would like more information, please contact the school office.

Principles of Conduct for Governors of Schools in Wales

Anyone wishing to contact the Chair person or the Clerk to the Governing Body may do so via the school.

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