School governing boards work as a team to provide strategic leadership to schools. The three core functions of a school governing board are to:
Governing boards are required to appoint governors meeting the eligibility criteria based on the skills and experienced required by the board.
All governing boards are required to follow school governance legislation to meet statutory responsibilities as outlined in the Department for Education (DfE) Governance Handbook.
The other key statutory duties are:
Apply to be a School Governor
If you have a passion for improving the life-chances of pupils in our school why not become a school governor? To be appointed or elected onto the governing body you will need to meet the eligibility criteria below:
Governors are appointed for a four year period, however resignations can be submitted at any stage during that term.
Please make an appointment to speak to the Headteacher if you are interested in becoming a governor at Henry Green.