Hello! We are the school governors at Crawley Green Infant School.
What are Governors for?
Our aim is to ensure that the children at Crawley Green are able to achieve to the best of their ability, and have a wonderful experience of school.
What do Governors do?
We have three main responsibilities:
How does Governing work?
Governors get involved with the school by visiting at least once a term. We also attend regular committee meetings* alongside the Headteacher and other staff members. At these meetings we:
* Governors are expected to attend around 3 evening meetings per term which are generally from 6pm-8pm. You need to be able to make this commitment.
Benefits of being a Governor
Governors are not paid but there are many benefits. Firstly, you can help to shape your school and work to raise standards. But also –
It will look great on your CV!
Who are the Governors?
The Governing body is made up of a combination of parents, staff, local people and a member of the council.
We would love more parents to join our school governing body. Your children’s education and wellbeing are at the heart of what governing is all about – so your perspective is crucial. Your close connection with the school means you have so much to contribute.
Do contact the school office for further information.
Chair of Governors
+ 5 Vacancies
Co-Opted – staff non teaching
4 Co-Opted Governors and
1 Partnership Governor
Clerk to the Governors