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St Joseph's Catholic Infant School Governing Board 2016-2017

Publication of Governor Data

 

 

Name: Nicola Brunton

Category of Governor: Foundation  Governor

Appointed by: Parents

Terms of Office: 16/07/2012 – 15/07/2020

Committees served on: Curriculum, Resources, Admissions,

     Performance Management Reviews, Staff Grievance, Staff          Discipline,Staff Dismissal Appeal, Pupil Discipline

Positions of Responsibilities: Chair of Governors

Voting Rights: Yes

Register of Interests: Yes

Governor at any other educational establishments: No

Relationship with any members of school: None

 

Name: Fr. Bijoy Chandra Nayak

Category of Governor: Foundation

Appointed by: Diocese

Terms of Office: 01/09/2017 – 01/09/2021

Committees Served on: Staff Grievance, Staff Discipline, Staff Dismissal Appeal,    

                          Pupil Discipline, Resources

Positions of Responsibilities: Religious Education

Voting Rights: Yes

Register of Interests: Yes

Governor at any other educational establishments: No

Relationship with any members of school: None

 

 

Name: Mr Giovanni Salemi

Category of Governor: Foundation

Appointed by: Diocese

Terms of Office: 05/03/2014 – 04/03/2018

Committees Served on: Staff Grievance, Staff Discipline, Staff Dismissal Appeal,    

                          Pupil Discipline

Voting Rights: Yes

Register of Interests: Yes

Governor at any other educational establishments: No

Relationship with any members of school: None

 

Name: Mrs Chantelle Tuitt

Category of Governor: Foundation

Appointed by: Diocese

Terms of Office: 25/06/2015 – 24/06/2019

Committees Served on: Staff Grievance, Staff Discipline, Staff Dismissal Appeal,    

                          Pupil Discipline, Curriculum

Position of responsibility: Vice Chair

Voting Rights: Yes

Register of Interests: Yes

Governor at any other educational establishments: No

Relationship with any members of school: None

 

Name: Mrs Ruth Boon

Category of Governor: Head

Appointed by: Staff

Terms of Office: 18/11/2014 –

Committees Served on: Resources, Admissions, Curriculum

Voting Rights: Yes

Register of Interests: Yes

Governor at any other educational establishments: Yes (St. Mary's Secondary School)

Relationship with any members of school: None

 

Name: Mr Abraham Byleveldt

Category of Governor: Teaching Staff

Appointed by: Staff

Terms of Office: 12/03/2014 – 11/03/2018

Committees Served on:  Curriculum

Voting Rights: Yes

Register of Interests: Yes

Governor at any other educational establishments: No

Relationship with any members of school: None

 

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The Role of the Governing Body

 

The governing body is responsible for the conduct of its school, and must promote high standards of educational achievement at the school. It is the school’s accountable body and as such:

  • helps the school to set high standards by planning for the school's future and setting targets for school improvement
  • is involved in the school improvement
  • is  a critical friend to the school, offering support and advice
  • helps the school respond to the needs of parents and the community
  • makes the school accountable to the public for what it does
  • works with the school on planning, developing policies and keeping the school under review
  • exercises its responsibilities and powers in partnership with the Head teacher and staff

A school's governing body is a corporate body. This means it has a legal duties, powers and responsibilities. Governors can only act together, they cannot act individually. 

 

Financial Obligations in the diocese of Brentwood

As a Catholic Voluntary Aided School, the governors have a responsibility for the maintenance of the exterior of the school building and must find ten percent of costs towards any major building improvements, which are undertaken in and around the school.

 

Meetings

 

Each governor is a member of one or more committees and each committee meets two or three weeks before a full governing body. The full governing body is required to meet formally a minimum of three times a year. Meeting dates are usually set well in advance and meetings generally last between two and three hours.

 

 

 

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