Who are we?
We are all volunteers who are passionate about Myatt Garden and the important role of schools in society. We want to make a positive contribution to our communities and help Myatt Garden School provide the best possible education for all children.
We believe in the power of partnership with parents, teachers and governors to transform children's lives.
There are several types of governor: parent, co-opted, local authority and staff.
|Name of Governor
|Chair of Governors
What do we do?
Governors work as a team (the Governing Body) in partnership with the Headteacher to promote continuous improvement in the school’s performance.
We are responsible and accountable for major decisions about the school and its future such as:
- setting the school's values, vision and strategic aims;
- monitoring and evaluating performance;
- setting budgets;
- ensuring that the school is accountable to children, parents, staff and the wider community.
When do we meet?
The Governing Body have termly visits to talk to parents and carers.
We also have two committees: Resources and Standards, which meet twice a term in the evenings. Some governors have additional responsibilities for particular areas of school business such as child protection, looked after children and health and safety.
Dates of our meetings are always advertised in the school calendar. Minutes of the Governing Body meetings can be requested by emailing: email@example.com
How can I find out more about being a governor?
General information about the background and roles and responsibilities of schools governors is available on the Department for Education website. You can ask at the school office or visit: http://sgoss.org.uk for more information about becoming a governor.
If you want to speak to us, look out for information in the school newsletter about our half-termly visits to talk to parents and carers.
You can also contact Patricia Durr, Chair of Governors by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org