The Governors at Cotwall End School play an important role at our school. The main role of a Governor:
They are guardians of the purpose and aims of the school, ensuring accountability, transparency and informed engagement;
Ensure children receive their entitlement to high quality learning and care;
Ensure that public money is spent in the best interests and needs of all pupils and reflects the school’s priorities;
On behalf of the community, they challenge and support the school.
Who are the Governors appointed by?
Co-opted - Governing Body appoint
Local Authority - LA nominate, Governing Body appoint
Parent - Elected by Parents
Staff - Elected by Staff
All Governors are members of the Full Governing Body Committee whom meet on a regular basis, they are also members of individual committees as listed below:
Governor Financial Interests 2017/2018
*SIC - School Improvement Committee
*Perf. Mgmt. - Performance Management
How do I become a governor?
If you think you have what it takes to be a school governor there are a number of ways of finding schools that have vacancies:
You can contact your local school to ask if they need a new governor
You can contact your local council
You can use the Inspiring Governance website
Code of Conduct for a Governor
To find out more the Governance handbook has been produced by the Department for Education, it offers guidance and sets out the government’s vision and priorities for effective governance within schools. Please click here to view.
The next full Governors meeting will be in February 2019 (date to be confirmed). To see a record of governors' attendance at meetings please see the following spreadsheets.
Governors Privacy Notice