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Information About Governing at Pentrepoeth Primary
School Governors, as members of the Governing Body, are responsible for the strategic development and direction of a school. An effective Governing body is a 'critical friend' and works closely in a supportive way with the Headteacher and school staff. The Governing Body sets the strategic direction of the school, sets out school policies which are implemented by the Headteacher and staff and oversees the management of the school budget. The Governing Body is responsible for setting targets for pupil achievements at specific key stages, and monitors the progress of the school in meeting these targets.
Governors fall into a number of categories:
Parent Governors: These are parents of children in school, and who are elected by the current parents.
Teacher/Staff Governors: These are members of staff, elected by the teaching and support staff.
LA Governors: These governors are appointed by the Local Authority (LA).
Community Governors: These are members of the local community, appointed by the Governing Body.
Associate Governors: Appointed by the Governing Body, but with limited voting rights.
Headteacher: The Headteacher is normally a member of the Governing Body, and reports to the Governing Body about the school's activities and performance.
Our current Governors are :
Chairperson: Mr J. H. Griffiths
Vice Chairperson: Mr. J. Barrowman
Parent Governors: Mrs J. Cueto , Mrs R. Davies, Mr P. Jenkins, Mrs G Brace & Mr D. Cole
LA Governors: Cllr M. Cornelious, Cllr D. Williams, Mr D. Walsh & Mr P. Gregory
Community Governors: Mr J. Griffiths, Mrs T. Appleton, Mr J. Moody & Mr J. Barrowman
Teacher/ Staff Governors : Mrs S. Batrouni, Mrs R. Davies & Mrs L. Rowe
Headteacher : Mr D. Taylor
Interested in becoming a Governor?
Being a Governor is interesting, often fun, sometimes challenging, and helps ensure that Pentrepoeth Primary School continues to be a vibrant, happy and successful school. If you are interested in learning more about becoming a Governor, please contact Mr Taylor at school, our current Chair Mr John Griffiths , or Claire Coff , Head of Governor Support and development team for the Education Achievement Service (EAS) on 01443 863242 or by email: email@example.com More information on the role of a governor can be found at:
Governors Wales: www.governorswales.org.uk
Governors Wales have developed a Governors Handbook, which is updated regularly online: http://www.governorswales.org.uk/handbook/
Welsh Government: www.wales.gov.uk
A useful source of educational information, the Governors Guide to the Law is available online:
Governors Annual Report to Parents 2018-19
Information about becoming a School Governor
School Governor Nomination Form