“Governors know the school well and work closely with all leaders to hold the school to account for its work”Ofsted 2013
Our Governing Body draws on people with a range of experience and interest in the school. We meet at least termly for full Governing Body meetings and all governors sit on the finance, personnel & premises committee or the curriculum committee. The governors focus their support for the school on strategic leadership to drive forward school improvement.
A key role is monitoring activities within the school. At Browick governors do this by working together to monitor key priorities for the school. This involves visits into school to join lessons, carry out learning walks with staff, meet teachers and read teacher reports on curriculum provision and progress.
Please contact the school governors with any comments or questions you may have using the following email address and we will get back to you with a response, if requested, as soon as we can: email@example.com
The Governing Body is made up of:
Jeremy Wiggin – Chairman
Jeremy is a Local Authority govenor and monitors special needs & disabilities and sustainability.
Stephanie Lyall – Vice Chair
Stephanie is a co-opted governor, a parent of the school and a member of the Friends’ committee. She monitors EYFS and PE and Head Teacher performance. Stephanie is also the Safeguarding governor.
Rebecca Arnold – Co-opted
Rebecca is a co-opted governor and monitors the new curriculum.
Sarah Buckton – Co-opted
Sarah is a co-opted governor and monitors Science.
Jon Reed – Co-opted
Jon is a co-opted governor and monitors the new curriculum.
Rachel Christian – Parent Governor
Rachel is a Parent Governor and sits on the Curriculum Committee
Bonnie Dillaway – Parent Governor
Bonnie is a Parent Governor and sits on the Curriculum Committee
Corrina Peachment – Deputy Head
Corrina is a teacher governor and the Deputy Head
Pauline McMullan – Headteacher
Governor as Headteacher of the school.
Annual Governance Statement
Please click here to read our annual governance statement (December 2019) from the school’s governing board, which summarises the key issues faced by the governing board during 2018/19 as well as upcoming plans for the school for 2019/20. Information is also provided on the governance arrangements for the school and you can find out more about the school governors.
Governor Code of Conduct
We have reviewed the ‘Code of Conduct for School Governing Boards’ and confirmed full acceptance of this document at the Full Governing Board meeting on 3 October 2019. A signed copy of this can be found by clicking here.
Attendance at Governor Meeting and Latest Minutes
The attendance of governors at meetings is recorded. Please click here to view the attendance record for 2019/20. This information will be updated on a regular basis. The attendance record for previous years can be found on the following links:
Click here to read the minutes of the Full Governors Board meeting held on 3rd October 2019.
Governors are actively encouraged to undertake training that is relevant to the role of being a governor. A record is kept of all training that is undertaken and this can be found by clicking here.
One of the key roles and responsibilities for the governing board is to monitor the progress and performance of the school. Undertaking visits demonstrates the governors’ role in the strategic management of the school and each governor is encouraged to make at least one visit a year during school time to monitor an area of the School Improvement and Development Plan (SIDP) or other area they are responsible for.
A record of all governor monitoring for 2020/21 will be available here shortly.
Please click here to see a copy of the governor monitoring undertaken at the school for 2018/19.
Please click here to see a copy of the governor monitoring undertaken at the school for 2017/18.
Please click here to see a copy of the governor monitoring undertaken at the school for 2016/17.
Register of Interests
Governing Boards are required to publish a register of governors’ outside interests. Click here to see the declaration of interests for the Governing Board.
Instrument of Government
The second Parent Forum of the 2017/18 academic year was held on Tuesday 12 June 2018 where there was an opportunity to meet the governing board and Mrs McMullan, ask questions and provide feedback. Thank you to all that attended. We heard from Y4 children that had attended this years residential trip and a summary of the 2018 Parent Survey was presented. A copy of the presentation given can be found by clicking here. There was also the opportunity for a question and answer session and the minutes of this and the forum itself can be found by clicking here.
The minutes of previous Parent Forums can be found as follows:
Thank you for completing the 2019 parent questionnaire. Overall, the feedback provided was very positive and we are delighted you are happy with the school. As we now have our full quota of year groups at the school, the findings have been broken down by year group, as well as there being an overall school summary. Please click on the relevant link below.
Governors visit the school to talk to a sample of pupils from across the school to ask their opinions and views on various school issues.
Interested in becoming a governor at Browick?
We would love to hear from you if you are interested in becoming a school governor at Browick. The role is both challenging and rewarding and you would be joining a governing board that works closely as a team to achieve the best possible outcomes for children at the school. We have put together a description of the role, which can be found by clicking here. Please feel free to contact the Chair of Governors with any questions you may have on firstname.lastname@example.org.