Mytchett Primary School Governors


Contact us:     governors@mytchett.kite.academy

 “Your dedicated team of local governors offers challenge and support to leaders. Governors pay regular visits to the school and are kept up to date via leaders’ tracking information and reports.” (Ofsted visit October 2018)

Welcome to the pages setting out the work of the Governing Body. You will find here who the governors are and what portfolio each governor carries (as well as statutorily required information about each governor and the record of their attendance at last year’s meetings of the Governing Body).

As the school is an academy within the Kite Academy Trust, the Governing Body is a committee of the Trust and acts on authority delegated to the governors by the Trust Board. The Head Teacher is automatically a governor. Two other governors are elected by parents, one by staff, and other governors are co-opted as necessary to provide the skills and experience needed. The role of the Governing Body is

  • To account to our stakeholders (Department for Education, Kite Academy Trust, parents, pupils, staff and local community) for the business of the school, nursery and Children’s Centre
  • To support the Kite Academy Trust in fulfilling its objectives and accountability responsibilities
  • To support the Head Teacher and all who work for or contribute to the school, nursery and Children’s Centre in the achievement of the objectives of the business of the school, nursery and Children’s Centre  
  • To monitor the operation of the school, nursery and Children’s Centre and to challenge constructively as needed

 

What do governors actually do? We hold two to three meetings a term at which we discuss how well the school is delivering on the aims of the School Improvement Plan and take a strategic view on the medium and long-term development of the school, nursery and Children’s Centre. We also put together a plan each year, in collaboration with the Head Teacher and her team, for a range of monitoring activities that give us evidence at first hand of what is going on in school. That mainly involves talking to children, talking to staff, visiting classrooms to see learning in action, and examining children’s work books and other documentary material. We also talk to parents at parents’ evenings. Some governors take part in Kite Academy Trust advisory bodies, working with representatives from the other Kite Academy Trust schools to ensure all our schools are successful and improving. Governors are supported in their work by a professional clerk, who arranges and minutes their meetings, and by training activities provided by the Kite Academy Trust.

For more about governor activities, see out termly newsletter “Boardtalk” (in the Newsletters tab under “News and Events”). For any other information, or if you would be interested in becoming a governor, please email governors@mytchett.kite.academy

 

 Governor   Portfolio for 2018-19
 Trevor Lawson  Chair of governors, Head Teacher Appraisal Panel, Pay Appeals Panel, Allegations against Head Teacher, Children’s Centre working party, Parent Forum, SEND, Kite Academy Trust Standards Advisory Board, Kite Academy Trust Chairs Group
 James Clague  Vice-chair of governors, Pay Committee, Sports Premium, Assessment, Kite Academy Trust Finance Audit and Risk Committee
 Sam Willans  Children’s Centre working party and Advisory Board, Kite Academy Trust Management Board and Human Resources Advisory Board
 Shadeh Rahimi-Irandoust  Staff Governor, Premises/Health & Safety
 Samena Mehmood  Parent Governor, Head Teacher Appraisal Panel, Child protection/Safeguarding, Looked After Children, Children’s Centre working party and Advisory Board
 Kelly Sutcliffe  Parent Governor, Link Governor, Pay Committee, Premises/Health & Safety, Assessment
 Tiz Lockett  School Council, Maths, Boardtalk
 Katie Wilson  Children’s Centre (including working party and Advisory Board), English, Boardtalk
 Vacancy
 Clare Freeman  Clerk to the Governing Body

 

Mytchett LGB Information September 2018

 

Mytchett Governors LGB Attendance 2017-2018