The Governing Body represents the public interest of the school. Individual governors are appointed or elected by various groups, each group bringing a different viewpoint. All Governors are actively involved in the work of the Governing Body and accept a fair share of responsibilities, including service on committees and in attendance at training sessions. Full minutes of all Governors Meetings are displayed on the school notice board. Previous minutes are also available on request from the Clerk to Governors, for parents to view.
What do they do?
Governors are involved in all aspects of the school, please read our blog below which is written by our Governors. Each year the governors also work with the staff to create a School Improvement Plan and a short version is added to the weekly bulletin by the Chair of Governors and put on the website. On the school online noticeboard (twitter feed) the governors often appear in photographs when they are visiting the school.
High Ham Governors Twitter Links (Click the tab ‘latest’ to see the most recent). Our Chair of Governance Board also write regular updates for families which are also published on our online school noticeboard (twitter feed).
How often do they meet?
There are regular meetings each term, some are working groups, committees or ‘Full Governing Body’ meetings.
2021 and 2022 attendance list.
Who are they?
Our Governance Board contains a variety of Governors. Current list.
This is an overview of their names, roles and responsibilities and a document regarding information about each governor is also available.