Governors

Governance Statement is a statement about the work of the governing body over the year and its effectiveness.

Name: Jason Wolfe Type of governor: Co-opted
Roles and responsibilities: Chair of governors, Chair of Curriculum committee and member of Finance committee and Staffing committee. Special interest for: English, SRE, Computing and Disadvantaged pupils

My name is Jason Wolfe and I am the current Chair of governors, having been a governor at the school for 9 years. I have one child currently at the school, with two at high school in Long Stratton. I am thoroughly committed to the long term success of the school and all its pupils. On a personal level I work as a business consultant and enjoy playing and coaching hockey.”

Term of office: 29/09/2014 – 27/09/2018

 

Name: Andrew Broad Type of governor: Co-opted
Roles and responsibilities: Member of the premises committee,  Finance committee and Assessment and Improvement committee. Special interest for: H & S

 

Term of office: 19/09/2017 – 18/09/2021

 

Name: Sarah Brailey Type of governor: Staff
Roles and responsibilities: EYFS and Phonics Special interest for: 

 

Term of office: Duration

 

Name: Lyndsey Rawson Type of governor: Parent
Roles and responsibilities: SEND Special interest for:
Term of office: 18/09/17 – 17/09/2021

 

Name: Charlotte Whyte Type of governor: Headteacher
Roles and responsibilities: Member of all committees. Special interest for:

 

Term of office: Duration of post as Headteacher.

 

Name: Lesley Cox Type of governor: Foundation
Roles and responsibilities: Christian Characteristics Committee Special interest for: 

 

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Name: Sarah Rudd Type of governor: Co-opted
Roles and responsibilities: Finance Committee Special interest for:

 

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Name: Craig Brooke Type of governor: Co-opted
Roles and responsibilities: Safeguarding Special interest for: 
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Name: Vacancy Type of governor: Co-opted
Roles and responsibilities:  Special interest for: 


Interested in becoming a School Governor?

As volunteers, school governors carry out one of the most important and satisfying jobs in the education sector.

School governors are drawn from all walks of life, with each bringing his or her unique skills and experience to the role of school leadership. In Norfolk we have approximately 5500 governors – local people serving the schools and young people in their local communities.

You do not have to be a working professional, just someone who wants to be involved and make a difference.

What is a Governor?

Why would I want to be a Governor?