School Governing Bodies are a combination of appointed, elected and ‘co-opted’ Governors. The way a Governing Body is made up is set out in the School’s Instrument of Government. Parliament has given a range of duties to School Governing Bodies in the Education Acts and the powers to carry these out. The role of the Governing Body is to oversee the work of the school.
The Governing Body at Roebuck Primary School and Nursery meet regularly and all the minutes of these full Governing Body meetings are made available at the school office for parents to see if they wish. There are also two committees who feed in to the full Governing Body - these are called the School Improvement Committee and the Resources Committee.
The Governing Body consists of the following members:
|Ms A. Palmer
|Mr M. Lewis||Managing Director of the Harts Schools Trust - Trustee|
|Matthew Cox||Co-opted governor|
|Nadia Hodges||Trust governor|
|Mrs C. Elson||Staff governor|
|Mrs C. Farley||Co-opted governor|
|Ms L. Young||Headteacher|
|Mrs A. Hollick||Parent governor|
|Mrs V. Upton||Trust governor|
|Mrs H. Cannon||Parent governor|
|Mrs M. Chapman||Staff governor|
|Clerk: Mr R. Dale|
SCHEME OF DELEGATION
The scheme of delegation sets out the responsibilities of the Trust Directors, the Managing Director and the school governing bodies.
The Articles of Association and the Memorandum of Association for the Hart Schools Trust is available online here