School Governors

Governors’ decisions directly affect the education and well-being of the children .

Governors can really make a difference in improving standards throughout a school.

Governors make key decisions, such as appointing the Headteacher.

Governing Bodies are made up of

Parent Governors –                               elected by other parents with children at the school

The Headteacher –                               if she/he chooses to be a Governor

Staff Governors –                               elected by other staff members

Local Authority Governors –                people appointed by the Local Authority

Community Governors (Co-opted) –        people from the local community – elected by the Governing Body

Who are the School Governors?