How to become a Governor
Our Governing Body is made up of representatives of St Stephen's Church, the Local Authority, Staff and Parents. Governors come from all walks of life and have a variety of business, education and commercial experiences and skills.
If you would like to know more about becoming a school governor and what the role involves please speak to the Headteacher who will give you further information and advise you on what to do next.
We currently have vacancies on our Governing Body for:
Parent Governor - elected by the parents of children currently in school. There is some information on the attached documents or alterantively you can speak to any of the current Governors or Mr Sheppard.
If you wish to offer yourself as a candidtate to become a parent governor you should contact the school to request the application pack, complete the nomination slip and return it to Mr Sheppard or Mrs Skelton by Friday 11th November 2022.
Foundation Governors. Interested parties should contact the Head Teacher, Mr Sheppard in school, or Reverend Stephen Kaye at St Stephen's Church.
Governing bodies of Church of England schools and foundation governors in particular, have a special responsibility for ensuring that the Christian character of the school is secured and developed and that the school is run in accordance with its trust deed and the ethos statement which appears on its Instrument of Government.