What is a school governor?
School governors are volunteers who help to run the school. Most schools work with a group of school governors - together they’re called the 'governing body'. They’re involved in decisions about all aspects of managing the school – such as running buildings and budgets, supporting staff and setting standards of school discipline.
Governors also help to make big decisions about the school’s long-term goals. They support headteachers, but also ask questions and make sure the headteacher is taking the school in the right direction (BBC, n.d).
Please find the 2018 SSSP report below:
Please find the 2018 AGPM report below:
Please find the English and Welsh Governor handbook below: