St. John the Baptist
C of E (Aided) Primary School, Findon
Governors

Our Governors play an important strategic role by giving direction and focus on the governance of the school.  Their role is to govern rather than to manage.  This includes:

  • Overseeing the school's aims, values and Christian ethos;
  • Promoting high standards of education;
  • Planning the school's long-term future;
  • Ensuring proper financial management of the school;
  • Appointing staff, including the headteacher, and hold them to account for the performance of the school;
  • Promoting health and safety on the school site and the safeguarding of pupils;
  • Communicating openly and effectively with parents, the local church and village community, the local authority and the diocese;
  • In a voluntary aided school, also acting as the admissions authority, being a responsible employer and raising funds for building works;
  • Supporting the school in many different ways.

The full governing body meets five times a year and has committees who discuss in greater detail and report back to governing body meetings.  There are four main committees that meet at least once a term;

  • Finance and Staffing
  • Pastoral
  • Premises
  • Standards and Curriculum

Please click here to view Governing body table

 

 


Contact the School

Tel: 01903 873072
Email: office@st-john-baptist.w-sussex.sch.uk

Mr R Yelland | Headteacher

St John the Baptist C. of E. Aided School,
School Hill, Findon, West Sussex, BN14 0TR.

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Governors

Our Governors play an important strategic role by giving direction and focus on the governance of the school.  Their role is to govern rather than to manage.  This includes:

  • Overseeing the school's aims, values and Christian ethos;
  • Promoting high standards of education;
  • Planning the school's long-term future;
  • Ensuring proper financial management of the school;
  • Appointing staff, including the headteacher, and hold them to account for the performance of the school;
  • Promoting health and safety on the school site and the safeguarding of pupils;
  • Communicating openly and effectively with parents, the local church and village community, the local authority and the diocese;
  • In a voluntary aided school, also acting as the admissions authority, being a responsible employer and raising funds for building works;
  • Supporting the school in many different ways.

The full governing body meets five times a year and has committees who discuss in greater detail and report back to governing body meetings.  There are four main committees that meet at least once a term;

  • Finance and Staffing
  • Pastoral
  • Premises
  • Standards and Curriculum

Please click here to view Governing body table