Our Governors at Willow Farm Primary
|Name||Role||Type of Governor||Term Expiry|
|Jason Bush||Chair||Trust Appointed||16/07/23|
|Catherine Harrold||Vice Chair||Trust Appointed||31/12/22|
|Joy Birch||Finance/ Subject Link||Trust Appointed||31/12/22|
|Boyd Elliott||Subject Link||Trust Appointed||02/02/25|
|Jo James||Subject Link||Trust Appointed||21/05/25|
|Parmdeep Walker||Subject Link||Parent||14/11/24|
|Mary Clancy||Subject Link||
|Lindsey Jamson||Headteacher||Head Teacher||N/A|
All Trust Governors are Governor appointed.
Parent Governors are elected by nomination and parental vote.
Staff Governors are elected by staff nomination and staff vote except for the Headteacher who is an ex officio Staff Governor.
We have no vacancies at present.
Being a School Governor at Willow Farm Primary School
At Willow Farm we have a Governing Body of a maximum of 10 people. This comprises of 2 Parent Governors, 3 Staff Governors (including the Headteacher) and 5 Trust Appointed.
Briefly, the role of governor involves being part of a friendly efficient team who actively support and challenge the school working alongside the Head Teacher as a critical friend. Much of the work of the Governing Body goes unseen, but they play a key role in helping the school provide the best education for the pupils.
The Governing Body plays an active role in the strategic development of the school. Typically a Governor will attend two meetings per term. Each Governor is also responsible for monitoring and evaluating a particular curriculum area. As a link Governor, they will report on a particular subject area and will meet the member of staff responsible for this subject with a view to promoting high standards of educational achievement, including target setting, managing the budget, reporting results and performance, performance management, health and safety inspections and policy.
The minutes of our Governing Body meetings are available on request.
If you would like any more information on either being a Governor or finding out more about their role please just pop into school and ask.
Mrs L Jamson