The Governors

The Governors play a key role in the life and work of Pimperne Primary School. There is a  full governors meeting once each half-term.  Each governor can be assigned to one of three current sub-committees: School Improvement and Standards Committee; Environment Committee; Finance Committee.  The day-to-day management and running of the school remains the responsibility of the Headteacher.

Mr. S. Fielding – Chair
Finance Committee,  School Improvement and Standards Committee and Appeals Committee

Mr. P. Slocombe – Vice Chair
Finance Committee, School Improvement and Standards Committee Chair,  Environment Commitee Chair and Headteacher Performance Appraisal Committee

Mrs. B. Marflitt – Ex-Officio Governor

Church Foundation Governor

Mrs. D. Emmet – Staff Governor
Mr. N. Roberts – Governor

Mrs. S. Coupe 
School Improvement and Standards Committee, Church Foundation Governor

Mr. M. Raine
Finance Committee Chair, Environment Committee 

Ms. I. Lonsdale
Environment Committee, Finance Committee, Health and Safety.

Mrs. R. Brewer 
School Improvement and Standards Committee 

Mr. R. Barr – Co-Opted

Finance Committee, School Improvement and Standards Committee

Mrs. J. Roper

School Improvement and Standards Committee 

Mrs. C. Wilkins

Environment Committee

Mrs. F. Waller – Headteacher
Finance Committee, Environment Committee, School Improvement and Standards Committee, Health and Safety and Travel Plan Committees 

Mrs S McCarthy – Temporary Clerk to Governors

 

In addition to each of the committees that our Governors serve, many also have further responsibilities to deeper their understanding of aspects of school policy and practice. For example: many Governors are assigned areas of the curriculum where they work in partnership with our staff curriculum leaders, or are responsible for supporting or overseeing areas such as Collective Worship, Pupil Premium Funding or Safeguarding in collaboration with the staff. The challenge that our Governing Board gives to our leaders is to ensure that the best possible provision is made for each of our children.