|Rev Canon T Wilson |
C of E
|Mrs A Amos||Ms J Robinson (Vice Chair)||Mrs G Spragg (Head Teacher)|
|Mrs C Rae (Chair)
Methodist||Dr E Onofeghara||Mrs C Clark (Deputy)|
|Rev C Aldis
C of E|
|Rev P Luscombe
|Mr D Challoner
|Mr S Gregan
C of E|
C of E|
|Mr A Peach||Mrs L Denton||Mrs R Olley||Mrs L Windon|
Click here to view Gov.UK Training Workshops for Governing Body Members
Information and Resources for School Governors
KCC is committed to support good governance in all Kent schools including academies, trust and free schools. The governing body has a range of duties and powers, and a general responsibility for the conduct of the school with a view to promoting high standards of educational achievement.
Click here to visit the Kent Gov UK website for further information about; The Governing Body, Becoming a School Governor and Become a Clerk to Governors.
KCC Governors Support Services
“What constitutes good evidence of governing body impact?”
OFSTED reports make specific comments about the effectiveness of the governing body. With this in mind the Governor Services team offers support, a comprehensive range of training and advice to clerks and governors to help governing bodies fulfil their role effectively, and you will find a variety of documents and links to external sources within the following pages to assist schools in this role. Click here to visit KCC Governor Support Services Website.
The Governor Magazine
The Governor, Kent County Council’s (KCC) magazine publication. Issued 3 times each year it features key information, articles and case studies to improve practice is included as part of our SLA training and Development package.
Click here to view the latest issues.
Clerk to Governors
This is a blogging site set up by an experienced school governor. It is a bank of articles, extracts, links and resources for governors, clerks and anyone with an interest in school governance, to save you time and keep you up to date.
Click here or the logo on the left to be taken to the site.
Schools and Colleges Governance
The websites of all government departments and many other agencies and public bodies are being merged into GOV.UK.
Here you can see all Gov.UK’s policies, announcements, publications, statistics and consultations.