Hobletts Manor Infants and Nursery School Governors
What do we as School Governors do?
It is our role as the governing body to help Wendy Hull and her Leadership Team define and set the strategic goals for the school’s development. We also monitor and evaluate progress towards the achievement of these goals and act as a ‘critical friend’ supporting but challenging the team to achieve them. Our ultimate aim is to ensure that Hobletts Manor Infants and Nursery School is providing the best possible education and development for its children and is continually looking at ways to do things even better.
What is a School Governor?
We have four categories of governor: parents, staff, co-opted and local authority Governors, making up our governing body of ten members. As individuals, we each have different reasons for becoming a governor. We come from different backgrounds and have a wide range of skills and experience between us, which we are able to use to help the school. As governors, we give up our time on a voluntary basis but it is a very rewarding and interesting way to become productively involved in the life of the school and help it to achieve its aims.