The governors have a crucial role in the school’s development, and assist through sitting as an advisory and guiding board. They make decisions regarding how the school is run. The full body meet at least once every term, and regular sub-committee meetings are held to discuss aspects of staffing, finance, special education, curriculum and buildings.
Governors are appointed to assist : -
• To decide on what is taught
• To ensure that children are all well- behaved.
• To interview and appoint staff.
• To decide how to spend the budget.
Governors consist of :-
• Teachers and support staff at the school.
• Representatives from local councils.
• Commercial services representatives.
A parent-governor : -
• Has a child at the school.
• Is elected by parents of pupils.
• Serves as every other governor for a 4 year period.
A Parent-Governor has a key role in voicing parents opinion to the entire body, - but can discuss as individuals. They have equal status and the entitlement to cast a vote. Parents will elect 3
Parent Governors for a period of 4 years.
Chair of Governors: Cyngh Carwyn Jones