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Committee Membership and Attendance

 Our Governing Body is made up of 12 members including parents, staff, community and local authority representatives:

  • Parents - parent governors are elected by other parents at the school (2 members)
  • Staff -  including the Headteacher - staff governors are elected by the school staff team (2 members)
  • Co-opted - the governing body appoints co-opted governors who are members of the local community (7 members)
  • The Local Authority – Surrey County Council appoints one Local Education Authority (LEA) governor (1 member)
 

Shottermill Junior School Governing Body September 1st 2018:

Name
Type
Term of Office
Mr  B Moulds (Chair)
Local Authority
10 February 2018 - 09th February 2022
Mr S Newland (Vice Chair) Parent 24th November 2015 - 23rd November 2019
Mrs K Barnes
Headteacher - Staff Governor
1st September 2014 - present date
Mrs. N Cooper
Deputy Head - Staff Governor
1st September 2014 - 31st August 2018
Mrs P Goodyear Staff - (for NC on mat. leave) 1st September 2017 - election process Sept 2018

Mr D Rose

Co-Opted 27th February 2018 - 26th February 2022
Mrs J Hall Co-Opted 1st September 2014 - 31st August 2018
Mr J Hanson
Co-Opted
1st September 2014 - 31st August 2018
(vacancy)
Co-Opted
-
Mr A Surridge
Co-Opted
1st September 2018 - 31st August 2022
(Vacancy) Co-Opted -
Mr P Turner Co-Opted 15th January 2015 - 4th January 2019
Mrs R Vallender Parent 21st March 2017 - 20th March 2021

A register of Governor's interests is taken and reviewed at every Full Governor Body meeting.  No relevant Governor (business or financial) interests have been declared.  For information about committee attendance at meetings, please download the attachment at the bottom of the page.

The governing body has a legal responsibility to promoting high standards of educational achievement at the school. We work in partnership with the Headteacher and other school staff to promote high standards of educational achievement. We also work closely with other schools in a local confederation, as there are a number of issues that are more effectively worked on together with other schools.