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The Governing Body at The Belton & Wroot Federation

The Governing Body works to ensure that the school provides a good quality of education for all its pupils. Governors work in partnership with the Headteacher to set the strategic direction of the school. Governors have three main roles: to provide strategic direction for the school; to act as a critical friend to the Headteacher and to ensure accountability

A formal meeting is held once a term for the full Governing Body. There are two committees, Resources and Whole School Performance,  both hold a further meeting each term to discuss issues such as personnel, finance, H&S, school curriculum and outcomes for pupils.

Governors are drawn from different areas of the community including parents, the local authority, the church and wider community and staff representatives. 

Each year Governors are asked to sign a Code of Conduct which outlines and clarifies their roles and responsibilities ensuring the Body functions efficiently. Training is available and Governors seek to ensure that the body as a whole have the appropriate knowledge and skills to fulfil the role. .

Click Here to see the Governors' Declaration of Pecuniary Interests and Attendance Data bewrfregisterofinterests.pdf

How Do I Contact a Governor?

Parents are welcome to contact a Governor directly. If you wish to write to a specific Governor or the body as a whole, this can be done by clearly addressing the letter and handing it into the school office.

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