Walton Priory Governing Body
Our school governors help to make a positive contribution to our children's education.
Governors are one of the largest volunteer forces in the country and have an important part to play in raising school standards, as such the role of the governing board is absolutely key to the effectiveness of a school.
Whilst the headteacher is responsible for the internal organisation, management and control of the school, the governors provide strategic leadership and accountability in schools; taking a large responsibility for finance and working with the headteacher to make the tough decisions to balance the resources available.
GOVERNORS & GOVERNING COMMITTEE STRUCTURE
Full Governor Meetings Attendance
|Academic Year||Date of Meeting||% of Governors Attended|
|2018/19||18th October 2018||71%|
|7th February 2019||75%|
|16th May 2019||75%|
|11th July 2019||50%|
|2019/20||26th September 2019||63%|
|28th November 2019||63%|
|Type of Governor||Name||Term Ends||Subject Responsibility||Pecuniary
|Co opted||Amanda Brooke - Chair||25/04/22||Headteacher & Headteacher Performance Management, Link Governor Co-ordination, Headteacher, NQT Governor, Ofsted, SEF/SDP,Careers||None|
Chris Frid - Safeguarding Governor
||26/04/22||Safeguarding & e-safety||None|
Kim Jones - Finance & Health & Safety Governor
||26/04/22||Finance & Pupil Premium, Health & Safety||None|
||28/11/2020||Maths & English||None|
|Parent Governor||Lee Crofts||31/08/2021||Behaviour, Deputy Headteacher Performance Management & Safeguarding (Also a Governor at Manor Hill First School)||None|
||School website, Recruitment|
Lindsay Taylor-Potts - Headteacher WPMS
Julie Williamson KS2 Progress Leader