A governor is a volunteer who cares about teaching, learning and children. They represent those people with a key interest in the school, including parents, staff, the local community and the local authority. In this section you will find information to help you as a school governor.
Many kinds of people become governors of schools and all will have a particular reason for serving on the governing body. These governing bodies have a core group of governors which consist of parents, teachers, non-teaching staff, representatives of the local authority and the headteacher.
Governors represent those people with a key interest in the school, including parents, staff, the local community and the local authority. They are part of a team which accepts responsibility for everything a school does and attend meetings and other occasions when needed.
They have to be willing to learn and undertake training as and when necessary. Governors act as a friend who supports the school, but They are still able to cast a critical eye upon how the school works and the standards that it achieves.
A governor acts as a link between parents, the local community, the local authority and the school.
For more information see the Governors Wales website (external link).
THE GOVERNING BODY
The Governors of the school represent a cross-section of the community, made up of Foundation nominated by the dioceses, County or village council nominees, people with a special interest in the education of children in the area, parents [elected by ballot by parents of children attending the school and who may serve for a period of up to four years] and teacher representatives.
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