The Government requires that each School has a management team, a Governing Body. This body is made up of the various stakeholders that the School serves, parents, Local Authority, staff, local community and, for Church Controlled Schools, the Diocese. Governors are either elected, in the case of parent Governors, or appointed.
The Purpose of the Governing Body is to work with the Headteacher, staff, parents and Local Authority, to help the School provide the best possible education for the Pupils. We are accountable to the stakeholders mentioned in the first paragraph for the way in which we carry out our various responsibilities and functions.
The Governors are all volunteers and the current team is listed below. If you are interested in joining us and contributing to the good of the School and the local community please get in touch with either the Chair of Governors – Mr S Webb, or the Headteacher.
Governing Body’s written statement of general principles
Aims of the behaviour policy
Our long-term aims/vision are that children at Charter school will: respect themselves, have a positive self-image and be active, caring members of their community.
We want our children to make the most of each school day and to excel. In order to allow every child to learn effectively, good behaviour should be expected and promoted.
Our values that guide the behaviour in our school are: mutual respect, personal responsibility and physical safety.
School rules and expectations should all been made with these in mind.