Our Governing Body
As Governors we have three core strategic functions:
1. Ensure clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction;
2. Hold the Headteacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils;
3. Oversee the financial performance of the school and making sure its money is well spent.
As a Church of England Voluntary Aided School we also have responsibility for maintaining the Christian character of our school and ensuring that all our children have the opportunity to ‘Shine from the inside out’.
We have 6 Foundation Governors. These are appointed by the Church.
|Sue Cramp Chair of Governors
Chair of Governors
I am an Assistant Priest in the Earsham Benefice. Before retiring I was a mathematics teacher and teacher trainer.
Vice Chair and Safeguarding Governor
I am the School and Families Worker for the Churches in this area. I am married to the Rev Chris Hutton. We have 3 children at this school. I was a teacher before I became a mother.
|Craig JonesFinance and Premises Committee Governor
I work in a garage in North Suffolk. I am married to Nicky and we have two children, they are both at this school.
Chair of Curriculum and Standards Committee and Governor for SEND with Equality and Diversity
Before taking early retirement I was SENDCo and an English teacher at a local High School. I also work voluntarily at the River Waveney Trust Centre in Earsham as Education and Halcyon Co-ordinator.
|We have 2 Parent Governors. These are elected by parents at the school.|
|David ReynoldsChair of Finance and Premises Committee and Cluster Governor
I am a Software Developer for a small company based in Norwich. I am married to Becky and we have three girls.
Pecuniary Interest: My wife works at the school.
Curriculum and Standards Committee
I am offering craft activities for the elderly, dementia patients and adults with learning disabilities and mental health issues.
I have two children both at this school.
Mrs Armstrong and Miss Braddock are also Governors.
Currently we have a vacancy for a Local Authority a Foundation Governor.
A pecuniary interest is a situation where a member of the governing body may be affected personally or financially, directly or indirectly, or in some other way by a decision made at a meeting where the governor is present. Only one of our governors has a pecuniary interest.