Governors

Governor Membership 2019

Governors Summary September 2018

POOLES PARK GOVERNING BODY MEMBERSHIP                                                                      Jan 2019                       

GOVERNOR NAME

TYPE

TERM OF OFFICE

Declaration of Interest

LINK GOVERNOR/ OTHER ROLE

COMMITTEE

Ian Norman-Bruce

 

 

Co-opted (Chair of Governors)

 29/9/15

 

 27/9/19

Provides Attendance Support to the School

 

 

Safeguarding

Link

 

Provides Attendance Services

Finance, Premises, Personnel & Safeguarding

 

Curriculum & Standards

Dr Ainurul Rosli

 

Parent

1/9/15

 

30/8/19

 

 

Finance, Premises, Personnel & Safeguarding

 

Curriculum & Standards

Paul Campbell

Co-opted

26/11/18

 

25/11/22

 

 

Curriculum & Standards

Philip Yates

 

Co-opted

5/3/18

 

4/3/22

 

 

Finance, Premises, Personnel & Safeguarding

Greg Crawford

HT/Staff

 

 

Head Teacher

 

Elaine Munns

SBM/

Associate Member

 

 

 

 

 

Jess Healy

 

 

 

DHT/

Staff

 

 

 

Curriculum & Standards

Craig Taylor

DHT/

Observer

 

 

 

 

Douglas Tweddle

Co-Opted

3/6/15

 

31/5/19

 

Chair of Finance, Premises, Personnel & Safeguarding

Finance, Premises, Personnel & Safeguarding

Anna Warburton

Parent

 

6/3/17

 

5/3/21

 

 

Curriculum & Standards

Clare Wagner

Co-opted

1/9/17

 

30/8/21

 

 

Curriculum & Standards

Rebecca Edser

Co-opted

24/09/18

 

23/09/22

 

 

Finance, Premises, Personnel & Safeguarding

Nyree Hughes

Clerk

 

 

Hackney Learning Services

 

Vacancy

LA

 

 

 

 

Vacancy

Parent

 

 

 

 

 Constitution 

Type

Constitution

Number Appointed

No Of Vacancies

Parent[1]

3

2

1

LA

1

0

1

Staff

1

1

0

HT

1

1

0

Co-Opted

6

6

0

Total

12

10

2

A person is disqualified from being a governor of a particular school if they have failed to attend the meetings of the governing body of that school for a continuous period of six months, beginning with the date of the first meeting they failed to attend, without the consent of the governing body. (Regulation 17 and schedule 4 of the School Governance (Constitution) (England) Regulations 2012 (the “2012 Constitution Regulations”) and the School Governance (Federations) (England) Regulations 2012 (the “2012 Federation Regulations”) as amended by the School Governance (Constitution and Federations) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2014.

Annex A – Governing Body Constitution 

A.4 Local authority governors (regulation 8)  

Local authority governors are nominated by the local authority but appointed by the governing body. The local authority can nominate any person who is eligible to be a local authority governor, but it is for the governing body to decide whether their nominee has the skills required to contribute to the effective governance and success of the school and meets any other eligibility criteria they have set. Local authorities should therefore make every effort to understand the governing body’s requirements and identify and nominate suitable candidates. 

B.1 Requirements for all maintained schools (regulation 13)  

The governing body must not be smaller than seven members and must include:  

  •   at least two parent governors;
    • the headteacher unless the headteacher resigns as a governor; 
    • one, and only one, staff governor;  
    • one, and only one, local authority governor; and 

the governing body may appoint as many additional co-opted governors as they consider necessary. However, the number of co-opted governors who are eligible to be elected or appointed as staff governors under Schedule 2 must not, when counted with  

the one staff governor and the headteacher, exceed one-third of the total membership of the governing body.  

There is no upper limit but governing bodies should have regard to this statutory guidance in deciding their size. 

 [1] There is no maximum number however, there should be at least 2 parent Governors.