We currently have 1 vacancy for a Parent Governor
Have you ever considered becoming a school governor?
The Governing Board of West Ashtead County Primary (WACP) needs additional governors and would love to attract the skills and experience of people from our community.
School governors are volunteers who work together with the Headteacher to deliver the best education for the pupils at their school. Generally, school governors are not specialists in education. Instead, much of the role is about exercising common sense – and of course working together in the best interests of the children. The governors at West Ashtead County Primary work with the Headteacher on a diverse range of matters – from deciding what kind of school we want to be and thinking about how we want it to get there, to setting school policies and ensuring money is spent on the right things. School governors are also in place to question and challenge the school’s leaders on the standards of educational performance to ensure continuous improvement. Ultimately, they work with the school to ensure that pupils receive the best opportunities to learn in an environment in which they feel happy and secure.
Governors are unpaid, volunteering time simply to try to make West Ashtead County Primary the best school it can be. In return, they gain skills which they may not otherwise acquire, as well as getting a wider perspective on a key part of their community. Most importantly, governors get the satisfaction of knowing they are helping to make a difference in the education of the children who attend our school.
We are specifically seeking people who have a background or skills and experience in at least one of the following areas:
- Risk Management
- Data Analysis
- Strategic Planning
- Human Resources
- Special Needs and Disabilities Education
If you, or someone you know would be interested, please contact our Chair of Governors: firstname.lastname@example.org