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Aston & Cote

Church of England

Primary School

Governors

Welcome to our Governors’ section. 

Please find below details of how our Governing body is structured, including the names, categories, responsibilities and terms of appointment for each Governor.

 

School governors play a vital role in promoting high standards of educational achievement. They share a common belief that children should receive the best possible standard of education in all areas of their development. This is in the interests of current and future pupils.

 

Members of governing bodies include:

 

School staff

Parents of pupils

Members of the public from all walks of life

 

Governors are committed to serving the best interests of the school. As unpaid voluntary public servants, they help to sustain their school’s identity and provide a link with the local community. An effective governing body is a source of enormous strength to the school.

 

School governance is the most important volunteering role in education.

 

If you would like to make a difference to children’s lives by helping them to realise their aspirations and expectations, please volunteer to be a school governor at Aston and Cote Primary. Please contact the school office for further information.

 

Our Current Governors

 

Mrs Fiona Taylor
Headteacher

 

Mr Joe Cox

Chair/Co-opted

 

Mr Mervyn Hudson
Parent


Mr Peter Dempsey
Community

Mr Rob Mills
Parent/Safeguarding Governor

 

Mr Edward Steele
Foundation

Mrs Kate Norton
Vice Chair/Co-opted

 

Mrs Natasha Gray

Parent

 

Mrs Melody Chadwick
Associate

 

Mrs Emma Gardner

Staff

 

“Governors are now fully immersed in monitoring the school’s effectiveness, wisely aligning their monitoring activities to the school’s improvement priorities.” OFSTED 2018

 
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