Becoming a Governor
Could you be a School Governor?
Appointed by the Bishop, Foundation Governors are baptised, committed Catholics who are responsible for preserving the religious character of the school in accordance with Church law. The term of office is for a four year period.
If you would like to find out more about being a foundation governor get in touch with the school [01329-235131] or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Anyone who is interested in this role will meet the headteacher and chair of governors who will host a Q&A session at a mutually convenient time.
(There are currently no vacancies for Foundation Governors)
The term of office for a parent governor is four years. When there is a vacancy, the Governing Body ask for applications from parents of children who attend the school. If there are several applications for a vacancy then an election is held. Parents who are interested in becoming a parent governor can speak to the current governor who will host a Q&A session with the headteacher.
(There are currently no vacancies for Parent Governors)
Local Authority Governor
The term of office for a local authority governor is four years. When there is a vacancy, the Governing Body ask the local authority to come up with a list of people who have expressed an interest in working as a governor in a local school. The candidates are invited to meet the head teacher and the chair of governors who will host a Q&A session at a mutually convenient time. The LA governor is appointed by the Local Council.
(There are currently no vacancies for a local authority Governor)