Governing Body Structure

The Governing body at Minworth is made up of the following people in addition to the head teacher:

 

 

  

Brent Aston – Chair of Governors and co-opted Governor 

Elected -  10/9/19    Re-Election -  9/9/23

Register of interests - none declared

 

 

 

Lyndsey Hudson  –  Local authority Governor

Elected - 23/02/21   Re-election 22/02/25

 Register of interests - none declared

 

 

 

 

 

 

Guy Hollier Co-opted Governor

Elected - 23/01/18      Re-Election - 22/01/22

Register of interests - none declared

 

 Coming soon

 

 

Rob Meadows - Co-opted Governor

Elected - 10/09/19      Re-Election 09/09/23

Register of interests - HT and member of the GB - Sladefield Infant School

 

 

 Coming soon

 

 

Heather Woolley  – Elected parent Governor and Vice Chair

Elected - 21/2/21     Re-Election 20/2/25

Register of interests - none declared

  

 

 

Hayley Kavanagh - Elected parent Governor

Elected - 4/10/19      Re-Election 3/10/23

Register of interests - director of Pilates Heaven Ltd

                                 - director of HD Building Developments Ltd

 Coming soon

 

 

Oliver Bennett – Staff Governor 

Elected - 10/09/19      Re-Election 09/09/23

Register of interests - none declared

 

 Coming soon

 

 

Becky Dewsbery – Associate Governor and school business manager

Elected - 16/07/19      Re-Election - 15/07/23

Register of interests - none declared

 

 

 

Kelly Lickley - Head teacher

Register of interests - member of the GB at The Ridgeway Primary School

 

 

 

 

Delene Rutter  – Parent and associate Governor

Nominated -  19/10/20    Re-Election - 18/10/24

Register of interests - none declared

 

 

 Trevor Evans - Parent and associate Governor

 Nominated - 25/9/18

Register of interests - Patron of 'Promising futures' reg charity - 1175231

 

 Coming soon

 Darren Nicholls - Parent and associate Governor

 Nominated - 4/10/19

Register of interests - none declared

 

 Coming soon

 

 

Clerk to the Governing body - Mrs Joanne Mealings. 

Register of interests - none declared

 

  

 

The core functions of the Governing body are as follows:

The Department for Education has specified three core functions that governing boards of all state-funded schools should prioritise:

  • Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction
  • Holding executive leaders to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils, and the effective and efficient performance management of staff
  • Overseeing the financial performance of the school and making sure its money is well spent

In addition, the board has a role to play in ensuring the school or schools are compliant with educational and other legislation, such as safeguarding, equality and health and safety.