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School Governors

The main role of the Governing Body is to support the Headteacher and staff to reach targets as identified in the School Development Plan and the School Evaluation Form. These two documents highlight strengths of the school and areas for development. They help us to plan how to move towards excellence in all areas of school life.

Our legal duties include:-

The Governors meet at least once a term.

There are several categories of Governor, appointed by different groups that have an interest in the school. Currently these groups are Community Governors, Co-opted Governors, Local Authority Governors, Parents and Staff. All Governors have equal voting rights.

We are committed to providing an excellent environment in which pupils learn successfully and enjoy their time in school.

Name Governor Type Role
Tiffany Doughty Davis Staff/Headteacher Headteacher
Colin Beesley Co-opted Governor Chair of Governors
Russell Head Parent Governor Safeguarding Governor
Louise Roddie Parent Governor SEN Governor
Jane Raymond Staff Governor Staff Governor

The Chair of Governors can be contacted via the Academy Office, Huish Episcopi Primary School, North Street, Langport, Somerset TA10 9RW (Tel: 01458 250673).

 

PARENT GOVERNOR 

The Local Governing Body for Huish Episcopi Primary School, part of The Levels Academy Trust, would love to hear from any parent interested in becoming a governor. As a mother, father, carer of a pupil/pupils attending our school, we would like to invite you to put your name forward for consideration.

If you are interested in becoming a parent governor please read this letter:

For more information on governance across the Academy please also see The Levels Academy Trust (LAT) website (https://levelsacademytrust.co.uk/). On this website you will also find a copy of the Trust’s Annual Report and Accounts (including the Value for Money Statement) along with other Statutory Documents.¬† The LAT Chair of Trustees can be contacted via the Academy Office based at Huish Episcopi Primary School.

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