Anlaby Primary School Governing Body

 

The Governing Body have responsibility for raising standards of achievement in the school.
They hold senior leaders to account, seek external views of the school and use a range of information to set the strategic direction.

The Governing Body is made up of community governors, parent governors and staff governors and are appointed by the Local Authority based on a skills audit which ensures a range of expertise and experiences across the governing body.

Current members of the Governing Body are as follows:

School Governors                     Role                                       Responsibilities

Mrs Amanda Cherry                Co-opted                                Training Links

Mr Stephen  Dunbobbin          Co-opted                                Educational Visits, Chair of the Progress and Improvement Committee

Mrs Amy Fenner                       Parent                                     

Mr Gareth May                          Voting Head

Mrs Janine Power                    Co-opted                                 English, Pupil Premium and SEND, Chair of the Curriculum Committee

Mrs Lynsey Jackson                Parent                                      Safeguarding, British Values and Citizenship

Mrs Jayne Oliver                      Staff

Mr Chris Sanders                     Local Authority Governor     Chair of Governors, Maths and Curriculum

Mrs Anne Woodcock               Staff Governor

Vacancy                                     Co-opted

Vacancy                                     Co-opted

Vacancy                                     Co-opted

All Governors can be contacted through the school or by using their own email address

anlabygovernors@gmail.com

For further information, please click on the links below.

Governors Interests 2019/20

Governors Interests 2018-19

 

Governors' Committees

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Committee Structure and Membership

 

Pecuniary Interests

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Pecuniary Interests