The school has a total of thirteen Governors, who are collectively responsible for strategic planning, policy, staff appointments and finance, amongst other things. The Chair of Governors is George Rose.
|Register of Governor Business Interests||Constitution – St Philip & James Aided 07.10.22.||Governance Handbook||Governor Visits Protocol|
|Governor Attendance 2021-22||Governor Board Diversity Data 23-24|
|George Rose: Chair of Governors||Anne Clayton: Foundation – PCC|
|Sarah Awuye (Headteacher): Staff||Robert Aitken: Foundation – PCC|
|Alice Buxton: Staff||Hazel Shaw: Foundation – PCC|
|Nancy Upton: Parent||Izzy McRae: Foundation – PCC|
|Daniel Walters: Foundation – Diocese||Lydia Carey: Parent|
|Susie Bagnall: Foundation – Diocese||Louise Fox: LA|
|Michael Carter: Co-opted||Kirsty Pape: Associate member|
Full Governing Body minutes
The full Governing Body meets once a term (six times a year). Much of its work is delegated to five sub-committees, each of which also meets once a term. Minutes from those meetings are then reported to the full Governing Body.
For previous years’ Full Governing Body minutes, please click here.
Admissions and Attendance Committee minutes
The Admissions and Attendance Committee is responsible for agreeing the school’s Admissions Policy and allocating places at the school in accordance with it. It is also responsible for monitoring and reviewing attendance.
For previous years’ Admissions and Attendance Committee minutes, please click here.
Curriculum Committee minutes
The Curriculum Committee is responsible for overseeing curriculum delivery and monitoring progress. Staff report to the Committee on assessment, pupil progress in each year group, SATS targets and results, provision for Special Educational Needs (SEN) and Gifted and Talented pupils, and initiatives being taken in each colour area to raise standards and address issues identified.
For previous years’ Curriculum Committee minutes, please click here.
Personnel Committee minutes
The Personnel Committee is responsible for advising on the school’s staffing structure, drafting pay policies and monitoring staff development and staff appraisal.
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Resources Committee minutes
Comprising of the former Finance and Premises committees. The Premises Committee was responsible for the school’s premises and grounds, health and safety and security.The Finance Committee was responsible for approving the annual budget, monitoring expenditure, ensuring appropriate levels of financial control and staying abreast of changing school funding arrangements.