The school has an established Governing Body in line with the Governments requirements for all schools. This is in accordance with an Instrument and Articles of Government.

The Governing Body must meet at least once a term and this is usually an evening meeting. However, in times of change and the increase in Governors’ functions most Governing Bodies find it necessary to meet more frequently.

It is expected that the Governors will take an active interest in the life of the school and will be invited to all appropriate school functions. Governors work in partnership with staff and provide support and challenge.

Governors often assume a specific interest or role for, example, in Special Educational Needs or Safeguarding. Our school is fortunate to have an active and involved Governing Body, many members making visits to the school to carry out a Safeguarding audit, to attend parents' functions for feedback to the main group or to monitor the quality of the provision.