Register of Interests/Meeting Attendance

  • Governors Register of Interests

All of our School Governors are required to provide details of any relevant business interests. Here is a link to these interests.

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Governors Meetings

The meetings dates for the Governors for 2019-2020 are given below:

Governor Meeting Attendance :

All Governors attend the Full Governing Body (FGB).   There are at least 6 meetings a year.    All Governors also attend either the Assessment, Curriculum and Learning Committee (ACL) or the Finance, Management and Administration committee (FMA).

Below is a link to documents showing the attendance of Governors at these meetings by year


The percentage of attendance of Governors at meetings in the academic year 2018-2019 were:

  • Catherine Brignell – 82%
  • Hannah Devereux – 67%
  • Perdita Dusgate – 73%
  • Viv Garrett – 94%
  • Jemma Harding – 36%
  • Sarah Hussey – 94%
  • Alex Moffat – 100%*
  • Neil Reed – 100%
  • Russell Osman – 80%**
  • Rachel Pascoe – 80%**
  • Anne Sheath – 50%*
  • Avril Sice – 100%
  • Adrian Smith – 33% *
  • Brian Taplin – 80%**
  • Dean Thistlewood – 91%

* Resigned from the Governing Body during the year

** Joined the Governing Body during the year

All Governors are on the Full Governing Body.


 

ACL Membership through 2019-2020

Perdita Dusgate, Viv Garrett, Jodie Gibson, Jemma Harding*, Sarah Hussey, Rachel Pascoe**, Brian Taplin, Dean Thistlewood (Chair)

FMA Membership through 2019-2020:

Hannah Devereux, Viv Garrett, Sarah Hussey, Neil Reed (Chair), Russell Osman, Emma Pugh Avril Sice

*Resigned 5 September 2019, Resigned 9 December 2019

 

ACL Membership through 2018-2019:

Catherine Brignell, (Chair) Hannah Devereux*, Perdita Dusgate, Viv Garrett, Jemma Harding, Sarah Hussey, Rachel Pascoe, Anne Sheath, Brian Taplin, Dean Thistlewood

FMA Membership through 2018-2019:

Hannah Devereux*, Viv Garrett, Sarah Hussey, Alex Moffat, Neil Reed, Russell Osman, Avril Sice

* Changed committees during the year

 

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