Grimes Dyke School Governing Body
The Governing Body at Grimes Dyke is made up of 13 full governors and 3 associate governors. We have an excellent mix of Governors comprising of elected parents, local authority representatives, teachers, non teaching staff and co-opted members. The Governors bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to support the work of the Governing Body.
Governors meet as a whole Governing Body three to four times a year. Sub-Committees do the bulk of the work and feed back to the GB. There are four main sub-committees - Chairs, Resources, Pupil Support and Teaching and Learning, these committees meet at least once a term. In addition we have smaller committees which deal with Finance and Head Teacher Performance. Some Governors have specific responsibilities, such as, Inclusion / Safeguarding, Child Protection, Early Years and Health and Safety.
Strong governance is essential for good schools. Governing Bodies hold important strategic responsibilities for the development and improvement of the school. A key role of governing bodies is to support and challenge headteachers in order to ensure pupils receive the best possible education.
How to get involved?
Parents are well-represented on our Governing Body. No formal qualifications are required, so if you feel that you have the relevant skills to enhance the effectiveness of the body and improve outcomes for local children, please contact either the school office or submit your details via the form on the Contact the Governors page.