Local Governing Committees have the responsibility of holding school leaders to account and ensuring their school follows the trust's strategic direction.
The Local Governing Committees meet termly to monitor how the school is progressing against its stated objectives.
The Governors at our schools are diverse and have a variety of skills and backgrounds. They work closely with the Headteachers to ensure high-quality learning is accessible to all of our children, according to their individual needs. This is achieved by monitoring the children's results and learning progress, ensuring the school is a safe and welcoming environment, and delivering within the confines of the school's budget.
Our Governors all share the same purpose: to support and challenge the Headteachers to ensure that our schools deliver a curriculum that gives our children the skills and abilities needed to succeed in a challenging and fast-moving world, delivered in a safe, holistic and enjoyable way that encourages our children into a lifetime of learning.
Chair of Governors for each school:
|Dartford Bridge Community Primary School||Paul Langridge|
|Gravel Hill Primary School||Kevin Fox|
|Greenlands Primary School||Mel Shackleton|
|Manor Community Primary School||Ashlene Peltier & Kerry Williams|
|Royal Rise Primary School||Mel Shackleton|
|The Brent Primary School||Louisa Stevens|
|Westgate Primary School||Gareth Jones|
|Upland Primary School||Alison Scott|
Details of all our Governors can be found on the individual school websites:
To enquire about governor vacancies at any of our schools, please contact email@example.com and a member of the Governance Team will be able to tell you all about the role of a school governor. Should a vacancy become available at any of our schools you will be informed and you can put yourself forward. Please also visit Inspiring Governance or Governors for Schools to learn more about why schools need volunteers like you and the benefits and rewards of becoming a Governor.