Contact & Info

How to contact the Governors

Contact the governors by email with ‘Governors’ in the title

Governors also attend the termly Parent Forums and Parent Governors are often at school dropping off and collecting their own children. Feel free to chat with one of them if there's something you'd like them to know

Or send a note into school with your child labelled ‘Governors’

I'm a bit worried about something at school. Should I talk to a governor?
Everyone has an anxiety or a concern at some stage and the best first point of contact is always the class teacher, or the headteacher if it’s a concern about the structures and systems of the school (or if it’s a child protection issue). Staff are very keen to know when things aren’t going smoothly for your child and calling in for a chat or to book an appointment to meet is always the best first step.

Governors look at the big picture, and at procedures and policies that affect large numbers of children. So if you’re concerned about something that just affects your child, speak to the class teacher. If it’s about how we do things in school on a bigger scale, talking it over with a governor can be helpful

I'm interested in becoming a governor
All governors are elected for 4 years. When Parent Governor or Staff Governor vacancies become available they are advertised within the parent or staff body and nominations can be made. 

Community Governors are appointed by the Governing Body when vacancies arise. If you know of someone with skills which you feel may be valuable to the school, and who you think may be willing to offer the time and commitment required, please contact us.