School info

Essential documents containing the School's aims, the curriculum covered and other general information. A very useful first port of call for frequently asked questions.

Key Stage 2 results 2015 

School Performance Information for Parents & Governors:

In 2015, the Percentage of Children in Year 6 Achieving: (% of Cohort)

Level 4 or above in Reading, Writing and Maths combined - 80% (National 80%)
Level 5 or above in Reading - 57% (National 48%)
Level 5 or above in Writing - 50% (National 36%)
Level 5 or above in Maths - 40% (National 41%)

In 2015, the Percentage of Children in Year 6 Making Expected Progress from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 in: (% of Cohort)

Reading - 100% (National 91%)
Writing -  97% (National 94%)
Maths -   93% (National 90%)

More detailed information on the School’s context and its performance may be obtained from DfE Primary School Performance Tables site:http://www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=112269

The following documents give details about how Vicarage Park School will provide every child a safe, secure learning environment, where each learner is able to fully access the curriculum and reach their full potential.

For an overview of the learning oportunities planned for each year group this year (2015/16), please click on the links below.

The 2014 Curriculum - A Guide for Parents

The National Curriculum in England has been in place since September 2014. The main aim for changing the curriculum is to raise standards further. Although the new curriculum is intended to be more challenging, the content is actually slimmer than the current curriculum, focusing on essential core subject knowledge and skills such as essay writing and computer programming.

The main changes.

The table below summarises the main changes in the core subjects.

Subject What’s new?
English Stronger emphasis on vocabulary development, grammar, punctuation and spelling (for example, the use of commas and apostrophes will be taught in KS1)
Handwriting( not currently assessed under the national curriculum) is expected to be fluent, legible and speedy
Spoken English has a greater emphasis, with children to be taught debating and presenting skills.
Maths Five-year-olds will be expected to learn to count up to 100 (compared to 20 under the current curriculum) and learn number bonds to 20 (currently up to 10)
Simple fractions (1/4 and 1/2) will be taught from KS1, and by the end of primary school, children should be able to convert decimal fractions to simple fractions (e.g. 0.375 = 3/8)
By the age of nine, children will be expected to know times tables up to 12×12(currently 10×10 by the end of primary school)
Calculators will not be introduced until near the end of KS2, to encourage mental arithmetic.
Science Strong focus on scientific knowledge and language, rather than understanding the nature and methods of science in abstract terms
Evolution will be taught in primary schools for the first time
Non-core subjects like caring for animals will be replaced by topics like the human circulatory system
Design & technology Design and Technology has become more important in the new curriculum, setting children on the path to becoming the designers and engineers of the future
More sophisticated use of design equipment such as electronics and robotics
In KS2, children will learn about how key events and individuals in design and technology have shaped the world.
ICT Computing replaces Information and Communication Technology (ICT), with agreater focus on programming rather than on operating programs
From age five, children will learn to write and test simple programs, and to organise, store and retrieve data
From seven, they will be taught to understand computer networks, including the internet
Internet safety – currently only taught from 11-16 – will be taught in primary schools
Languages

Currently not statutory, a modern foreign language will be mandatory in KS2.Children will be expected to master basic grammar and accurate pronunciation and to converse, present, read and write in the language

 

Please click here to view the Full 2014 National Curriculum

Phomics scheme-we use Letters & Sounds as our Phonic scheme in Key Stage 1

Reading schemes we use at Key Stage 1 are Oxford Reading Tree and Heinneman Story Worlds

If you wish to know more about the school curriculum please ask in school.

Cumbria County Council SEND advice pages. Click here.

Vicarage Park is a Church of England voluntary controlled school. It is also a designated Local Authority strategically resourced provision meeting the needs of those children with a physical or medical disability or who have identified severe learning needs.

Vicarage Park SEND Report

SEND Report 2015/16

Local Offer

We hope that this question and answer format will be helpful but please contact us directly to talk in more detail or arrange a visit.

How does the school know if children need extra help and what should I do if I think a child may have special educational needs?

We have close relationships with parents and our feeder nurseries. Class teachers are encouraged to raise concerns and have discussions with parents and relevant colleagues. All staff are aware of expected development at different ages and have expertise in identifying additional / special educational needs (SEN).

If you have a concern about your child’s development please raise this with the class teacher in the first instance.

How will school staff support my child?

Class teachers are responsible for the education of all the children in their class. They plan the education programme for children who have or may have SEN with support from the school’s Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO). Where appropriate, children may be supported by an additional adult. For example, this support could be in class; in a small group outside the class or one-to-one.

The school has a nominated governor for Special Educational Needs , who reports directly to the governing body.

How will the curriculum be matched to my child’s needs?

High quality teaching, differentiated for individual pupils, is the first step in responding to pupils who have or may have SEN. Additional intervention and support may be appropriate in some cases.

This will enable your child to access the full curriculum.

How will I know how my child is doing and how will you help me to support my child’s learning?

In addition to the school’s normal reporting arrangements, we also have an “open door” policy to enable more informal and frequent conversations with you and your child.

The progress of each child is carefully monitored and tracked on a regular basis. This, along with other information gathered informs staff on the next steps for your child.

Progress and targets are discussed as part of the school’s normal reporting arrangements.

In some cases, your child may require an individual support plan or behaviour management plan which will be drawn up in consultation with you and your child and reviewed regularly. For some children with profound and lifelong needs an Education Health and Care Assessment may be requested with advice and support from external agencies.

Where appropriate we signpost parents to relevant agencies within the communities who can offer further support to you and your child. Follow this link to view the Cumbria Local Offer.

What support will there be for my child’s overall well-being?

A wide range of small group interventions are used to support the wellbeing of children with SEN and to promote positive behaviour. For example, nurture groups, circle time and Social Use of Language Programme.

The school follows statutory guidance in the administration of medicines and provision of personal care.

Further information can be found in the relevant policies on our website.

What specialist services and expertise are available at or accessed by the school?

There is a wealth of experience and expertise in the school staff including those trained in Reading Intervention, Maths Recovery, Numbers Count, Signalong, Team Teach, Manual Handling, Autism Awareness (Level 1 and 2) and Paediatric First Aid.

There is access to counselling and family support services for any child within the school provided by the KCP Counselling and Family Support team.

Referrals can also be made to other agencies including the school nurse, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service, Barnado’s, educational psychologists and specialist advisory teachers.

As part of the strategic resourcing of the school a number of adaptations have been made for wheel chair users or those with restricted mobility. This includes two platform lifts and ramped access on all doors. The school also has two assisted changing areas with hoisting equipment.

What training is the staff receiving or have completed to support children with SEN?

Staff share expertise through collaborative training opportunities within KCP as well as accessing local and national training. Individual staff development needs are identified and met as part of the formal appraisal process.

How accessible is the school environment?

Please refer to the school’s access plan.

How will the school prepare and support my child to join the school or to transfer to a new school or the next stage of education and life?

We have strong links with local nurseries and secondary schools and with other local primary schools.

Yearly transitions within school are carefully managed to support children’s wellbeing.

A range of transition strategies are put in place to support children at the end of key phases – e.g. transition plans, extra visits, holiday activities.

Where possible new schools are invited to attend transition meetings to share information about your child and to ensure a positive transition. In all cases there will be liaison and communication between the schools.

How are the school’s resources allocated and matched to children’s special educational needs?

We aim to allocate resources appropriately to meet the needs of all children with special educational needs.

Most children with short term difficulties have their needs met from resources provided by the school. Some children’s needs are met through an Education Health Care Plan with additional resources provided by the Local Authority.

The Local Authority also provides additional resources for children with more profound needs because the school is Strategically Resourced.

How is the decision made about what type and how much support my child will receive?

The decisions about the type of support your child needs will be based on discussions between all interested parties including you as a parent. The amount and type of support will be reviewed on a regular basis against the progress your child has made.

Senior Leadership Team

  • Headteacher – Miss Julie Brookes
  • Assistant Head and Special Needs Coordinator– Mr Simon Wilkinson
  • Assistant Head - Mrs Katie Green and Year 5 teacher
  • Foundation Stage Leader / Teacher – Mrs Natalie Evans

Teaching Staff

  • Teachers (Year 1) – Mrs Jeannette Johnson and Mrs Amy Robinson
  • Teacher (Year 2) – Mr Kevin Moffat
  • Teacher (Year 3) – Mr Alan Rix
  • Teacher (Year 4) – Mrs Jacqui Waller
  • Teacher (Year 6) – Miss Paula Allen
  • Higher Level Teaching Assistant – Mrs Julie Atkinson
  • Higher Level Teaching Assistant – Mrs Tracy Troughton
  • Higher Level Teaching Assistant – Mrs Lesley Wallace

Learning Support Assistants

  • Mrs Paula Williams
  • Mrs Lynne Veevers
  • Mrs Sandra Skett
  • Mrs Sharon Marshall
  • Mrs Rowan Wheatman
  • Mrs Cindy Power
  • Mrs Susan Winn
  • Mrs Brenda Powell
  • Miss Hayley Fleming
  • Mrs Nikki Hoyle

School Office

  • School Administrator – Ms Linda Matthews
  • Administrative Assistant – Mrs Sharon Marshall

Site Manager

  • Mr Keith Morgan

Midday Supervisory Staff

  • Miss Hayley Fleming
  • Mrs Sousan Dehghanniri
  • Mrs Susan Bolton
  • Ms Emma Lancaster
  • Mrs Nikki Hoyle
  • Mrs Amanda Teasdale
  • Mrs Lora Allison
  • Mr Phil Hilborne
  • Mrs Emma Sutcliffe

Kitchen

  • Cook – Mr David Buxton
  • Kitchen Assistant – Mrs Sue Hayes

Vicarage Park School Governors

Welcome to the School Governor pages of the website.

 

You will see from the list of Governors that there are 9 governors in total. We are made up of people who are parents, who are members of the teaching or non-teaching staff, people from your local community and because we are linked with the local Anglican diocese some people who are appointed by the church. In addition we will co-opt further associate governors should we identify any skills shortages on the governing body. We are all voluntary and unpaid.

There are three key areas that we are responsible for: -

Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction

Holding the Headteacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils, and the performance management of staff; and
Overseeing the financial performance of the school and making sure its money is well spent.

The full governing body meets twice each term. Any decisions that are made are by the full governing body and we hold collective responsibility for our decisions.

 We also have two other key committees. They are the Educational Strategic Planning Committee that looks at the curriculum and educational developments that are identified and planned for the school and the Resources Committee that considers finance and planning for resource needs. This committee also oversees health and safety issues. Both of these committees report to and are part of the full governor body meetings.

 Full minutes of meetings are available for you to read at the school office.

 We are bound by various Governance regulations and if you want to find out more about what governors are required and expected to do then it is worth looking at the government website about school governance. We do not have any parent governor vacancies at the moment but you might be interested in being involved in the future. It is important that the school, parents and governors work together in partnership to provide the best educational opportunities for children, families and staff.

http://www.inspiringgovernors.org/

Another aspect of the school’s and our work is concerned with ensuring the partnership with parents and carers. Families have a lot of commitments on their time and so the school website will continue to develop over the school year alongside other means of communicating with and providing information for families and children. It is our intention to involve parents in developing the areas of information that are available on the school website that are most useful to them.

Safeguarding and the well being of pupils and our school community are an essential part of our governance role. As a part of this, the governors have a key role in monitoring all aspects of e-safety to ensure that both children and adults are not at risk using the Internet. 

 

If you need to contact any of us you can either do it through school or through our Clerk to the Governors Deborah Black at email:

d.i.black@btinternet.com

 

Useful Links:You can read about School Governance in more detail in the Governance Handbook DfE Nov 2015 https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/481147/Governance_handbook_November_2015.pdf

 

VICARAGE PARK C of E (Voluntary Controlled) Primary School

Information about the Governing Body 2015/16

The Governing Body is made up of nine members, as follows:

2 Foundation Governors                              
1 Headteacher
1 Staff Governor             
2 Parent Governors       
1 Local Authority Governor
2 Co-opted Governors

as set out in the Instrument of Government dated 3 December 2015.

Associate members may also be appointed by the Governing Body, according to their particular skills and experience if required.

The Full Governing Body meets each half-term, with additional committee meetings and working groups as necessary.

The Governing Body operates two committees:  the Resources Committee and the Education & Strategic Planning Committee (ESP).  Committee business is conducted as separate sections of the Full Governing Body meetings; therefore all governors serve on both committees.

 

Information about our Governors

 

CURRENT GOVERNING BODY:

Chair of Governors:                          Mrs Norma Bates            

Vice-chair of Governors:                  Mrs Elizabeth Elliott

Chair of Resources Committee:       Mrs Jenny Woodburn

Chair of ESP Committee:                 Mrs Tracey Aplin

Clerk to Governors:                          Mrs Deborah Black who can be contacted at
                                                            d.i.black@btinternet.com

 

The current Governing Body is made up of the following members:

 

Name:                                  Mrs Norma Bates

Date of appointment:          22 October 2014 

Term of Office:                    3 years

Appointed by:  Diocese of Carlisle / Kendal Parish Church, Foundation Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2014/15:  
11 / 11 or 100%

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
5 / 5 or 100%

 

Name:                                  Rev Robert James Saner-Haigh

Date of appointment:          26 September 2010

Term of Office:                   Ongoing, whilst in post as Vicar of Kendal Parish Church

Appointed by:  Diocese of Carlisle / Kendal Parish Church, Foundation Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2014/15:  
4 / 8 or 50%

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
5 / 5 or 100%

 

Name:                                  Miss Bernadette Calvey

Date of appointment:           23 May 2014

Term of Office:                    Ongoing, whilst in post as Headteacher of Vicarage Park School

Appointed by:  Ex-officio, Headteacher Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2014/15:  
11 / 11 or 100%

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
3 / 5 or 60%

 

Name:                                  Mrs Natalie Evans

Date of appointment:          1 September 2015

Term of Office:                    3 years

Appointed by:                      Elected by Staff, Staff Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2014/15:  
Mrs Evans was not a governor during this period.

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
4 / 5 or 80%

 

Name:                                  Mrs Jenny Woodburn

Date of appointment:          4 February 2014

Term of Office:                    3 years

Appointed by:                      Elected by Parents, Parent Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2014/15:  
8 / 8 or 100%

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
4 / 5 or 80%

 

Name:                                  Mrs Tracey Aplin

Date of appointment:           4 February 2014

Term of Office:                     3 years

Appointed by:                      Elected by Parents, Parent Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2014/15:  
8 / 8 or 100%

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
5 / 5 or 100%

 

Name:                                  Mrs Elizabeth Elliott

Date of appointment:          30 September 2015

Term of Office:                    3 years

Appointed by:                      Nominated by the LA, (which has the power to remove this governor from
                                                office),  LA Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2014/15:  
7 / 8 or 87%

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
4 / 5 or 80%

 

Name:                                  Rev Jo Hurst

Date of appointment:          4 February 2016

Term of Office:                   4 years

Appointed by:                     Appointed by the Governing Body,  Co-opted Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2014/15:  
Rev Hurst was not a governor during this period.

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
4 / 5 or 80%

 

Name:                                  Mrs Julie Cunningham

Date of appointment:           4 February 2016

Term of Office:                     4 years

Appointed by:                      Appointed by the Governing Body,  Co-opted Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  Mrs Cunningham is Head of Ghyll Head Outdoor Centre, which has been used for a residential camp by school; her husband runs a first aid training company, which has provided first aid training for staff and students at school.

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2014/15:  
6 / 8 or 75%

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
4 / 5 or 80%

 

NB:

A number of governors were appointed under the previous Instrument of Governance and had 3 year terms of office on appointment.  Under the new Instrument of Government, governors who remain in the same category continue this term of office to its conclusion; however, all new governors will have 4 year terms of office from the date of appointment.

 

ASSOCIATE GOVERNORS:

There are currently three associate members of the governing body as listed below, and none have served in the school year 2014/15.

 

Name:                                 Mr John Goodwin

Date of appointment:         4 February 2016

Term of Office:                   To the end of summer term 2016

Appointed by:                    Appointed by the Governing Body,  Associate Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
2 / 3 or 66%

 

Name:                                 Mrs Kath Pink

Date of appointment:      4 February 2016

Term of Office:                 To the end of summer term 2016

Appointed by:                    Appointed by the Governing Body,  Associate Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  Mrs Pink is also a governor at another school.

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
2 / 3 or 66%

 

Name:                                 Mrs Penny Hollander

Date of appointment:          16 March 2016

Term of Office:                    To the end of summer term 2016

Appointed by:                      Appointed by the Governing Body,  Associate Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
1 / 2 or 50%

 

GOVERNORS WHO HAVE LEFT THE GOVERNING BODY IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS::

 

Name:                                  Rev Jo Hurst

Date of appointment:           30 September 2015

Date stepped down:             2 December 2015, governor category no longer required under new
                                                Instrument of Governance

Term of Office:                     3 years

Appointed by:                       Diocese of Carlisle / Kendal Parish Church, Foundation Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2014/15:  
Rev Hurst was not a governor during this period.

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
2 / 2 or 100%

 

Name:                                  Mrs Julie Cunningham

Date of appointment:           4 February 2014

Date stepped down:             2 December 2015, governor category no longer required under new
                                                instrument of Governance

Term of Office:                     3 years

Appointed by:                       Elected by Parents, Parent Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  Mrs Cunningham is Head of Ghyll Head Outdoor Centre, which has been used for a residential camp by school; her husband runs a first aid training company, which has provided first aid training for staff and students at school.

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2014/15:  
6 / 8 or 75%

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
2 / 2 or 100%

 

Name:                                  Mrs Elizabeth Elliott

Date of appointment:           18 November 2013

Date stepped down:             Term of office expired

Term of Office:                     2 years

Appointed by:                      Appointed by the Governing Body, Community Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2014/15:  
7 / 8 or 87%

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
2 / 2 or 100%

 

Name:                                  Mrs Frances Watkins

Date of appointment:          12 November 2012

Date stepped down:            1 July 2015, Resigned

Term of Office:                    3 years

Appointed by:                      Appointed by Governing Body, Community Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2014/15:  
7 / 8 or 87%

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
Mrs Watkins was not a governor during this period.

 

Name:                                  Mrs Lesley Wallace

Date of appointment:           4 February 2013

Date stepped down:            1 July 2015, Resigned

Term of Office:                    3 years

Appointed by:                      Elected by Staff, Staff Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2014/15:  
6 / 8 or 75%

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
Mrs Wallace was not a governor during this period.

 

Name:                                  Mrs Elaine Skikun

Date of appointment:          18 September 2012

Date stepped down:           1 April 2015, Resigned on retirement from school

Term of Office:                    3 years

Appointed by:                      Elected by Staff, Staff Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2014/15:  
8 / 9 or 89%

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
Mrs Skikun was not a governor during this period.

 

Name:                                  Ms Janet Staveley

Date of appointment:           19 January 2015

Date stepped down:            Resigned 24 February 2015

Term of Office:                    3 years

Appointed by:                      Appointed by LA, LA Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2014/15:  
2 / 5 or 40%

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
Ms Staveley was not a governor during this period.

 

Name:                                  Mrs Debbie McKee

Date of appointment:          24 November 2011

Date stepped down:           23 November 2014, Term of office expired

Term of Office:                   3 years

Appointed by:                     Elected by Parents, Parent Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2014/15:  
1 / 2 or 50%

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
Mrs McKee was not a governor during this period.

 

Name:                                  Mr Mike Chester

Date of appointment:           24 November 2011

Date stepped down:            23 November 2014, Term of office expired

Term of Office:                    3 years

Appointed by:                      Elected by Parents, Parent Governor

Relevant business and pecuniary interests (as recorded in the register of interests):  None

Governance roles in other educational institutions:  None

Relationships between other governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives):  None

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2014/15:  
0 / 2 or 0%

Attendance record at governing body and committee meetings over academic year 2015/16:
Mr Chester was not a governor during this period.