Our school has a Board of Governors made up of parent, staff, church, local authority and community representatives. Our Governing Body is committed to driving high standards of educational achievement, and to ensuring that the school environment is one in which all can 'be the best that they can be', and enjoy their time at our school. We are focused on some very clear targets and are lucky to have a talented, passionate and committed staff team in place, working towards these goals.
You can email the governing body via firstname.lastname@example.org
Nic Kelly-Davies - Parent Governor (Chair, Safeguarding)
Andrew Amato - Parent Governor (Attendance, Science)
Anita Buckley - Parent Governor (Finance, Maths)
Erica Latham - Parent Governor (Early Years Foundation Stage, SEN, Safeguarding, Safer-recruitment, E-safety, Looked After children)
Jane Lewis - Co-opted Governor (Vice Chair, Safer Recruitment, Behaviour)
Revd Canon Michael Cozens - Foundation Ex-officio Governor (Church School Distinctiveness, RE & Collective Worship)
Susan Staniforth - Foundation Governor (Church School Distinctiveness, RE & Collective Worship, Library, Music)
Keren Bass - Local Authority Governor (Finance, English)
Zoe Mandeville - Head Teacher
Katharine Priest - Staff Governor
Jan Saunders (School Administrator) - Associate Member attending Resources Committee meetings.
Mr Chris Dunn - Associate Member (Health & Safety, More Able Pupils)
Dorothy Wagstaff - Clerk to Governors
We are entitled to have four at our School, with each post lasting for four years. Their role is to represent the view of parents at Governor's meetings. They are always happy to be approached to discuss matters relating to Uley School. The next available post will arise at the end of this academic year.
Co-opted, LA (Local Authority) and Staff Governors
Each Governor serves to put forward their view at Governors meetings, which is representative of the group of people for which they stand.
The role of this Governor is to bring to the Governing Body, an informed regard for the Church nature of our School. They must ensure that the School's Christian ethos is preserved and developed and that the religious worship reflects the tradition of the Church of England.
Foundation Ex-officio Governor
This is the minister of the parish.