Being a governor is rewarding and effective way of making a voluntary contribution to your community and to the lives of children. Community Governors are appointed by the Governing Body to represent community interests. They should live or work in the community served by the school and have a keen interest in the schools success. It is important to note that our new Community Governor must not have children currently, or in the near future attending Longcot and Fernham CE Primary. Ideally we would like our new Community Governor to have a keen interest in Health and Safety or Finance aspects of Governance but we will look at all applicants on an individual basis.
What do Governors do?
Governing Bodies are strategic leaders in schools. Governors meet approximately once per term and include parent, teachers and support staff at the school.
Have you got?
• An interest in our children’s future
• Time energy and enthusiasm
• A desire to make a difference
• Readiness to accept responsibility
• An ability to work as a team
• Are you happy to ask challenging questions?
Then you could have what it takes to join our governing body, working with others to get the best for our children.
If you are interested in becoming a Community Governor, please email an application of no more than 150 words, detailing why you want the position and what skills, attributes and experiences you have that will make you an ideal community governor at Longcot and Fernham CE Primary School. Please submit your written application to the School Office on the following email address: email@example.com by Thursday 18th October 2018