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Governor Information 

 

Welcome to the Governors’ Section 

 

The Governing Body has a wide-ranging remit but its core functions are:

 

  • Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction
  • Holding the executive leaders 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
  • Ensuring the voices of stakeholders are heard

 

All our work links to the current Ofsted framework which focuses on four key areas: -

 

  • Achievement of Students
  • Quality of Teaching
  • Behaviour and Safety of Students
  • Quality of Leadership and Management

 

The Governing Body meets six times per year, with additional meetings as required.

 

The Governors

 

Governors come from many backgrounds and have a wide range of skills and experiences, which bring an independent view to issues of strategy, performance, the management of resources and setting the standards and expectations of the school. All governors are committed to the success of the school and to ensuring that all students are given every opportunity to fulfil their potential.

 

Information on becoming a School Governor can be obtained from the Clerk to the Governors email: ClerkToGovernors@twbs.co.uk

 

Chair of Governors:

 

Effective April 2021 we have two Co-Chairs: Barry Darvill and Mark Wilson

 

Parent Governors:

 

Mrs E Edwards

Mrs J O'Hara

 

Staff Governors:

 

Mr S Furness
Mr G Breen

 

Co-Opted (Community) Governors

 

Mr C Bristow
Mrs K Chevis

Mr B Darvill (Co-Chair of Governors)

Mrs A Finnis (Vice Chair)

Mr D Oliver

Mr M Wilson (Co-Chair of Governors)

 

Clerk to Governors

 

Mrs H Maberly ClerkToGovernors@twbs.co.uk

Contact Information: 

 

Clerk to Governors:   Mrs Helen Maberly – ClerkToGovernors@twbs.co.uk

Please address any postal correspondence via the school.