School Governing Body
The Governing Body are the strategic leaders of our school and have a vital role to play in making sure that every child gets the best possible education. The Governing Body has a strong focus on three core strategic functions:
- 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
- Overseeing the financial performance of the school and making sure its money is well spent
In doing so, the Governing Body undertake the following key activities:
- Understand our school
- Set our school’s strategic direction
- Commission action
- Performance manage our school leaders
- Check if we are fit for purpose
The Governing Body reconstituted in 2016 and there are now twelve voting governors and one non voting associate governor:
- Two staff governors comprising the headteacher and one governor elected by the staff.
- Two parent governors elected by the parents.
- One local authority governor proposed by the local authority and appointed by the Governing Body.
- Seven co-opted governors who are appointed by the other governors based on their experience and contribution
- One associate (non voting) governor
Mr Alexander Banks
Mr Franklin Dannenberg 10/July/2020 None
Ken Solomons 17/July/2021 None
Mrs V Gearson 28/November/2020 None
Ms Helen Ruthven 31/August/2019 None
Mr Mumin Humayaun 24/September/2019 None
Vice Chair Child Protection/Safeguarding
Ms Sue Kayser 28/November/2020 None
Mrs Hadassah Ryde 28/November/2020 None
Ms Dariya Glazer 22/November/2020 None
Mr Charles Dumenya 13/November/2021 None
Ms Valerie Crosdale 10/July/2020 None
CLERK TO THE GOVERNING BODY
River Park House, 3rd Floor
London N22 8HQ
Telephone: 020 8489 5030
The formal business of the governors, such as approving budgets and agreeing polices, takes place at its termly full Governing Body meeting, but most of the work of the governing body is done through day-to-day interaction with the school, and in its four committees.
- the Wellbeing and Community Committee focuses on the areas of safeguarding and pastoral care of the children.
- the Standards and Attainment Committee oversees the teaching and learning within the school, monitoring the levels of attainment and achievement by the children.
- the Finance and Premises Committee ensures that the school's funds are being properly used, and that the building and grounds are attractive and well maintained.
- the Staffing Committee oversees the staff structure and performance
GOVERNOR MEETING ATTENDANCE 2018 – 2019
|Name of Governor||21st November 2017||27th March 2018|