Minutes of the governing body meetings are available upon request, from the school office.
About School Governors
Governors of a school have legal duties powers and responsibilities within the school to ensure that the school provides the best possible education for all it’s pupils. They act together to do this.
The Governors are involved in all aspects of the school including these main areas:
+ Making decisions about how the school budget is used. + Setting standards of behaviour + Making sure that the National Curriculum is being followed + Interviewing and selecting staff for the school + Drawing up the School Improvement Plan to ensure the school maintains its efficiency
There are four categories of school Governors:
+ Parent Governors – elected by other parents, they have a child in the school
+ Staff Governors – elected by other members of staff
+ Local Authority (LA) Governors – appointed by the local authority
+ Community Governors – community representatives invited to join the
Governing Body and elected by the other members of the Body.
All Governors serve a term of office of up to four years from when they start. The start date can be at any time in the academic year.
Stenbury Federation School Governors 2016 / 2017 – download
Stenbury Federation School Governors
Register of Business Interests 2016/2017 – download
Governors Support – I.O.W. Governors Support – I.O.W.
National Governors Association – U.K. National Governors Association – U.K.
Statement on Policies: