“Governors are part of the largest volunteer workforce in the country. The Governing Body is ultimately responsible for the school’s ability to deliver the best quality of education to its students and to ensure value for the significant sum of public money that is necessary to run the school”
Every school has a Board of Governors which often includes parents of children at the school, members co-opted from the community and school staff, including the Headteacher. Together, they are jointly responsible for providing strategic leadership and ensuring accountability.
Dedicated to school development & improvement, they work in partnership with the school management team and make important decisions with regard to the running of the school. This is in relation to curriculum provision, pupil targets, school development plans, budget management, staffing, health and safety and management of premises.
Questions about Governance or Correspondence for the Board of Governors should be directed to Deborah Moss, Senior Clerk to Lydiate Learning Trust on 07853140551 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Deyes High School Governors
To view a broad photographic overview of the governance structure at Deyes High School and the Lydiate Learning Trust, please click here.
To contact our Chair of Governors please send correspondence to Deyes High School for the attention of Petrina North.
Term of Office: 01/04/2018 – 31/03/2022
Key Governance Information
Terms of Office
Declarations of Interest
Register of Attendance
- 2018-19 Board of Governors & Committees Attendance Record
- 2017-18 Board of Governors & Committees Attendance Record
Terms of Reference
- AGC Agenda 02.6.20
- AGC Agenda 21.4.20
- AGC Agenda 10.3.20
- AGC Agenda 14.01.20
- AGC Agenda 03.12.19
- AGC Agenda 05.11.19
- AGC Agenda 24.09.19
Minutes of the meetings are available by contacting Deborah Moss, Senior Clerk to Lydiate Learning Trust on email@example.com
Please note that minutes may be redacted where appropriate due to confidential or commercially sensitive matters being reflected.