Governors – Roles and Responsibilities

The governing body has a range of duties and powers and a general responsibility for the conduct of the school with a view to promoting high standards of educational achievement.
Its responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Setting targets for pupil achievement.
  • Managing the school’s finances.
  • Making sure the curriculum is balanced and broadly based.
  • Appointing staff.
  • Reviewing staff performance and pay.

 

Governor attendance is detailed in the annual audited accounts, which can be found on our Academy Information page.

Find out more at the Inspiring Governors website – click here

Spring Cottage Primary School – List of Governors

NameType of Governor TermAttendance
Mr T Dunn Community Governor(May 17 – 4 years)6/6
Mr P GreefCommunity Governor(May 17 – 4 years)5/6
Mr A RhodesHeadteacher(May 17 – 4 years)6/6
Miss R PurrParent Governor(May 17 – 4 years)6/6
Mrs E ElbourneCommunity Governor(May 17 – 4 years)3/6
Mr S BeestonCommunity Governor(May 17 – 4 years)3/6
Mrs E JenkinsParent Governor(May 17 – 4 years)6/6
Mr J HarrisonCommunity Governor(May 17 – 4 years)4/6
Mr G Troake Staff Governor(May 17 – 4 years)6/6

Spring Cottage Primary School – List of Governors Interests

Full NameRelevant and /or Business interestGovernors at other Educational establishments.Relationship with other governors and/or staff
Mr T Dunn NoneNoneHusband of member of staff
Mr P GreefNoneGovernor - WestcottNone
Mr A RhodesNoneGovernor – Hornsea Community SchoolNone
Miss R PurrNoneNoneNone
Mrs E ElbourneNoneNoneNone
Mr S BeestonNoneNoneNone
Mrs E JenkinsNoneNoneNone
Mr J HarrisonNoneNoneNone
Mr G TroakeNoneNoneNone