Baring Road, Cowes, Isle Of Wight, PO31 8DS.
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The role of the governing body is to govern the school. This means focusing on the core functions of providing strategic leadership, holding the headteacher to account and making sure the school’s money is well spent. This is a demanding task for which all governors need to have, or develop, relevant and appropriate skills.
The governing body is comprised of the full governing body and two sub committees:
The governing body at Gurnard Primary School is constituted under the 2012 Constitution Regulations. The governing body is comprised of 12 members including:
Membership comprises of governors with the appropriate skills and experience to carry out the statutory roles and responsibilities of the governing body and to contribute to effective governance and the success of the school. The Governing Body reviews their effectiveness regularly, including the extent to which their size and structure is fit for purpose and their members have the necessary skills. A skills audit has been used to identify the skills, knowledge and experience of current governors and any additional specific skills or experience that the governing body ideally requires. Each Governor’s term of office is four years, after which time an election is held. The Chair is elected annually from within the Governing Body.
We do not currently have governor vacancies.
If you are interested in applying to become a school governor, please click here for more information.