Welcome to our Governors' section.
What does the Edale Governing Board do?
The Governing Board has three main functions:
What does being a Governor involve?
The role of the Governing Body is to provide support and challenge to the head teacher and senior leadership team to help them deliver the best possible education for all children at the school. The Governing Body is not responsible for the day to day running of the school. This is the job of the head teacher and senior leadership team.
Our Governing Body meets twice a term, in the evenings. Governors also attend school regularly to meet with pupils and staff, and to take part in whole school activities and events.
As a Church of England School our Governing Body is made up of representatives from the staff, parents, community, local authority and the Diocese. All our governors are members of the Edale Community and are passionate about Edale School and its future.There is a maximum of 11 Governors on the Board at any one time, although we are at present reviewing governor numbers and this may be reduced. Most Governors serve a term of office of 4 years, although they can be re-elected or appointed if they remain eligible to serve.
Governors have a range of skills. These include education, HR, finance, data, ICT, procurement, communication, leadership and administration. We are always happy to hear from people who have relevant skills and are interested in being a Governor at Edale Primary. If you would like to know more about the role of the Governor, please speak to a member of the Governing Body or contact the Chair.
How do I contact the Governing Body?
The Governing Board can be contacted through either Co-Chairs, Kay Argyle or John Payne, via the school office on 01433 670280 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The following individuals stepped down from the governing body during this or the last academic year: