As part of Steel City Schools Partnership the Board of Trustees is legally accountable for the decisions made in all its academies. However, this does not mean the board is required to make them all itself; it can delegate decisions to the Local Governing Bodies (LGB).
The function of the Local Governing Body is to work closely with Leaders in school, to hold them to account for the school’s performance; and oversee the use of resources to ensure value for money in all areas. Governors challenge the schools practices and outcomes to ensure they are performing to standard. Having link governors to the key areas within the Academy Improvement Plan helps to ensure that all aspects of school performance are considered, reviewed, challenged and held to account.
|Chair of Governors||Sarah Hall|
|Co-opted Governor||Gill Bilby|
|Co-opted Governor||Robin Jeeps|
|Co-opted Governor||David McDougall|
|Parent Governor||Ben Grinter|
|Staff Governor representative||Laura Miskell|
Types of Governors
Co-opted Governors - are appointed by the governing body and who, in the opinion of the governing body, has the skills required to contribute to the effective governance and success of the school. As a co-opted governor, they may have an area of specialist knowledge or experience or bring a wide range of skills and experience to the role of a governor.
Parent Governors – are elected by the parents of registered pupils at the School.
Trustee Governors – have been appointed by the Trust
Staff Governors – must be paid to work at the school and elected by the Staff.
Associate Governors – we benefit from being able to draw on expertise and experience from outside our formal Governor membership.
You can contact Sarah Hall, Chair of Governors via email - email@example.com or post - FAO Chair of Governors, Greenhill Primary, Greenhill Main Road, S8 7RA