What a Parish Church School Governor Does and How to Become One
Our Governors are appointed as follows:
Once appointed, all governors have the same rights.
What you will need to do:
There are three main reasons why governors are needed:
School governors do not have to be experts in education. That's the role of the headteacher and teaching staff.
The role of a school governors is:
Important: The headteacher will always manage how the school itself is run.
As a school governor you should:
You are expected to be involved in:
To become a Parent Governor at our school you must have a child on the school role. When there becomes a vacancy, the Clerk to Governors will send letters out asking for nominations. If more nominations are returned than the number of vacancies available then an election will be held.
To become a Foundation Governor you need to be a member of the Parish Church of Gainsborough and Morton. Please contact either the Priest in Charge or the Parish Church Council Secretary. (See website for details http://gainsboroughchurches.org/contact/the-parish-team/).