Please click on the link below to view information about our governing body



Governor attendance


Please click on the link below to view the Governor Attendance registers:

Governors’ Attendance Record 2016-2017 

Governors Attendance Record 2017-18








Copies of the minutes of Governing Body meetings can be obtained through the school office.

All of our governors have registered a nil business return on the Governors Register of Interest and none of our governors have declared that they have relatives employed at the school.


Governor visits.

On 22nd October  2015 some of our governors came into school to visit us. They spent time meeting with staff, observing in classrooms, having lunch with the children and enjoying our Diversity Evening entertainment!

After the visit Father Stuart fed back how much he had enjoyed seeing children enjoy their work and take so much pride in it. He also commented on the positive atmosphere in the classrooms and the enthusiasm of our teachers.

Clive Parker fed back that he had enjoyed the entire visit but said, “Perhaps the highlight for me was chatting to a very friendly group of Year 3 girls while we all tucked into a very tasty Tandoori chicken lunch!”


On 10th May 2016 Father Stuart visited the school and made the following comment;

“I began the day with the SATs breakfast. It was good to hear about the hard work that the children had put in to preparing for these tests, and I was also impressed by their calm confidence.

I visited several classes throughout the day. In every class I visited there was a high level of attentiveness, a clear desire to learn, and a real sense of engagement with the lesson objectives. It was also a great pleasure to see the children’s creativity, and to see their imaginations being stimulated.

Attending, as I was, during the SATs tests, it was particularly helpful to be able to observe first-hand the care taken over the administration of the tests and the thoroughness with which the papers were checked and secured in preparation for being sent away for marking.”