What is the role of Governors?
The Department for Education indicates that effective governance is based on six key features:
•Strategic leadership that sets and champions vision, ethos and strategy.
•Accountability that drives up educational standards and financial performance.
•People with the right skills, experience, qualities and capacity.
•Structures that reinforce clearly defined roles and responsibilities.
•Compliance with statutory and contractual requirements.
•Evaluation to monitor and improve the quality and impact of governance.
Department for Education: Governance Handbook January 2017
The Local Governing Board of Lanlivery and Blisland Primary Academies reports to the Trustees of Bridge Schools. The board is well-served by a group of enthusiastic Governors. They meet approximately every half term, to support and challenge the school leadership team, with the aim of improving outcomes of all our pupils.
Governors are volunteers who have the pupils' best interests at heart. Please click on the box below to see the Local Governing Board's Annual Statement.
If you would like to find out more about what Governors do, or find out about vacancies, please don't hesitate to contact the Clerk to Governors, Julia Stoneman email@example.com
Vice Chair of Governors, Parent Governor (Blisland)
Term of office: 29-01-18 to 29-01-22. Responsibilities: SEN, music.
Helen Green BA (hons), PGCE, PGCert, NASENCO, M.A (Ed)
Helen has twin sons who attend Blisland Primary Academy. Having originally trained as a secondary school music teacher, Helen has worked in diverse range of settings, starting out as a peripatetic woodwind teacher, then as a classroom music teacher, followed by special needs teaching, all of which have led up to her current role as SENDCO in a large Cornish primary school. Helen loves reading about new and exciting educational developments and is currently training to be a Trauma Informed Schools practitioner.
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Responsible for Safeguarding
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|Previous Record of Governing Board attendance at meetings|
|Key: P = present; Apols = apologies accepted; Apols x = apologies not accepted;|
|x = absent; (P) = in attendance but not member|
|NB Curriculum Committee held a meeting in each school so members were asked to attend their local meeting rather than both|
|AUTUMN TERM 2017||Full Governing Board||Pay & Personnel||Finance & Buildings||Curriculum (St Cleer)||Curriculum (Blisland)|
|SPRING TERM 2018||Full Governing Board||Curriculum||SUMMER TERM 2018||Local Governing Board||Local Governing Board|
|Geoff Coles||P||Geoff Coles||P||Apols|
|Jimmy Edwards||Apols||P||Jimmy Edwards||Apols||P|
|Hannah Godfrey||P||Apols||Hannah Godfrey||P||P|
|Helen Green||P||Apols||Helen Green||P||Apols|
|Claire Ivey||P||Apols||Claire Ivey||Apols||P|
|Lauren Johnson||P||Apols||Lauren Johnson||Apols||Apols|
|Steve Murray||P||Steve Murray||P||P|
|Hayley Stacey||Apols||Apols||Hayley Stacey||Apols||Apols|
|Catherine Stoate||P||P||Catherine Stoate||P||P|
|Mike Thom||P||P||Mike Thom||Apols||P|
|AUTUMN TERM 2018||Local Governing Board|
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We overcome all barriers to reach our potential, developing a capacity to improve further.
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