Lavington School has a successful Local Governing Body made up of individuals who represent a broad spectrum of occupations and experience, bringing an invaluable contribution to the leadership of the school.
Their names, the offices they hold, and their business interests can be found below.
The governors serve a four-year term of office and play an important part in the strategic management of the school.
The Governing Body is vital to our success:
- Governors make important decisions about school life
- Governors’ decisions directly affect the education and well-being of children
- Governors can really make a difference in improving standards throughout the school
They play an important part in improving our children’s education and supporting the staff here at the school. Caring about the school and its community is a prerequisite to joining the governing body, and we are always looking to harness any skills and knowledge governors may have to benefit the strategic operation of the school and ultimately the education of our children.
Governors act as a team and, as such, the amount of time that each of them gives to the role will vary. We have six Governing Body meetings a year, one each term. In addition, there is a Standards committee which also meets six times a year.
The Governing Body comprises parents and community representatives who support the directors of Equa Multi Academy Trust and the Head of School by adding local context and challenge to ensure the school delivers an excellent standard of education. The functions it carries out are delegated to it by the Trust Board of the Trust through the Scheme of Delegation and the governing body are accountable to the Trust Board.
If you have any questions for the Governing Body these can be addressed to the Chair of Governors, Heidi Browne at email@example.com or in writing to the school.