The Governors at St Oswald’s C.E. Primary School are members of the school community and the wider school community. Each and everyone of the Governors contributes to the school’s strategic direction. They all have the very best interests of the children at heart. At the end of every Governors meeting they always ask the question…… What have we achieved at this meeting that will make a difference to the children?
The Governing Board’s Strategy clearly explains the Governors work and roles they have within the school.
Our School Improvement Plan is detailed in the following document and outlines our strategic priorities.
Our School fund is audited annually. Information regarding this can be found here. School Fund Account Statement 2017 – 2018 (1)
Vee Monro is Co-opted Governor and The Chair of the Governing Board as well as a member of the Resources for Learning Committee
David is a new governor for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Becky Wood is Head teacher, a member of the FGB and a member of the Resources for Learning Committee and Learning and Teaching Committee
Di Mansfield is Staff Governor and a member of the FGB, a member of the Learning and teaching Committee and Climate for Learning Committee
Janet Wright is a member of the FGB, a Foundation Governor and a member of the Resources for Learning Committee
Jan Dodd is a member of the FGB and a member of the Climate for Learning Committee
Carol Brown is a co-opted Governor a member of the FGB and a member of the Resources for Learning Committee
Darren Archer is a parent governor, a member of the FGB and a member of the Climate for Learning Committee
Stephanie Shearer is A staff Governor, a member of the FGB and a member of the Climate for Learning Committee and Safeguarding Governor
I joined the Governing Board in January 2019. I have a back ground in Procurement and business. My two children attend St Oswald’s and we have watched the school change and grow as it has developed into a full Primary School. It is an exciting time in the development of the school, with growth in pupil numbers and building work happening at the school.