King’s Sutton Primary Academy is currently looking for two new community governors to join its governing body:
Someone who has an interest and/or skills in finance or accountancy to join its finance committee
The governing body of a school is responsible for ensuring that it is run to promote pupil achievement. Its duties include:
The governing body is made up of:
Governing bodies make decisions based on the advice of committees that deal with specific issues, such as the school’s curriculum, premises or finances. If you become a Ggovernor, you will be asked to serve on a committee where you have an interest or can make a contribution. The amount of time involved for each governor varies between schools. However, in a typical month in a typical school, you can expect to spend at least six to eight hours on your duties.
Being a governor is a serious commitment, but it can be very rewarding. Find out more about the benefits of becoming a school governor on the School Governors’ One Stop Shop website here.
Click here to find out more about the job description of a school governor.
Tha chair of governors at King’s Sutton Primary Academy, Lisa Cavanagh, would be happy to discuss any questions you may have. You can contact her by email at the link below
The Office of the Governing Body
King’s Sutton Primary Academy
Click here to contact Lisa Cavanagh by email.