Governors have general responsibility for the effective management of the school, operating within a framework of national legislation and the policies of the local education authority and Academy Trust. The Cambridge Primary School Local Advisory Committee (LAC) play a key role in shaping the strategic direction of the school and challenging the school leaders to make sure every child 'excels'.
Governors meet regularly and includes parents, staff and community representatives, with a wide and varied skill set.
Governors meet a minimum of twice a term to ensure the requirements of the Academy Trust are met, however much more time is given for the benefit of the school.
The Chair of Governors can be contacted via the school office or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you think you could bring something to our Local Advisory Committee?
Being a Governor is a rewarding and effective way of making a voluntary contribution to your community and to the lives of local, young people. Trust Governors are appointed by the Governing Body and have a keen interest in the school.
Governors are strategic leaders in schools. Governors meet regularly and include parents, staff and community representatives.
The Head teacher is accountable to the Governing Body whose role is to set the aims and objectives of the school (together with the head teacher) in line with national guidelines and to monitor progress.
Have you got:
- An interest in the success of The Cambridge Primary School?
- An interest in our children’s future?
- Time, energy and enthusiasm?
- A desire to make a difference?
- Readiness to accept responsibility?
- An ability to work as a team?
- Are you happy to ask questions, listen and learn?
Our governors will be able to work with the EEEAcademy Trust to ensure the children and families of the Cambridge Primary School receive an education that is world class. If you are interested in becoming one of our Governors, please download and complete our Governor Application Form and email it to email@example.com