The Governing Board of Barton Primary School held their first meeting on 28th April 2016. The following people have been elected or voted on to the Governing Board:
Mark Snow – Headteacher
Ursula Hutchinson – LA Governor and Chair of the Governing Board (Term of office 27/04/2020-26/04/2024)
Matthew Price – Co-opted Governor (Term of office 27/04/2020-26/04/2024)
Thomas Jefferies – Parent Governor (Term of office 13/12/2020-12/12/2024)
Kate Pye – Staff Governor (Term of office 04/06/2018-05/06/2022)
Naomi Smy – Parent Governor (Term of office 23/12/2020-22/12/2024)
Peter Whiteman – Co-opted Governor (Term of office 27/04/2020-26/04/2024)
Verity Bird – Co-opted Governor (Term of office 17/10/2019-16/10/2023)
Carolyn Meer – Co-opted Governor (Term of Office 08/10/2020-07/10/2024)
Diane Barker – Co-opted Governor (Term of Office 12/11/2020-11/11/2024)
The Headteacher’s term of office lasts as long as the post is held.
The Governors have set up a Pay Committee and the members of this committee are:
- Matthew Price – Chair
- Thomas Jefferies
- Peter Whiteman
This committee meets as and when needed. The Headteacher is the adviser to this committee.
The following responsibilities have been assigned:
U Hutchinson: Literacy, Numeracy, Performance Data, SIP, Head’s PM
V Bird: Disadvantaged Pupils (SEN, PP, LAC)
T Jefferies: Parent Voice incl Friends of Barton liaison, Early Years, Broad & Balanced Curriculum, Shadow Finance
M Price: Finance
N Smy: Safeguarding, School Council, Broad & Balanced Curriculum, Head’s PM
P Whiteman: Health & Safety, Pupil Attendance
D Barker: Liaison Governor between Barton Primary School and Stenbury Federation Governing Boards
These are the main legal requirements of the Board and governors take on other monitoring responsibilities as well.
All governors are required to declare any business interests following the guidelines below.
These notes are intended to provide guidance as to what individual governors and head teachers should register.
If in doubt as to what to disclose or register you should ask yourself ‘If a person, who knows all the relevant facts would view your interest in the issue being discussed to be so great that it is likely to prejudice your judgement’, you must declare your interest, not vote on the issue and ensure that your interest is noted on the Register of Business Interests.
Examples of what should be disclosed on the register are as follows:
- Details of your employer, and the employers of your partner or relatives.
- Any corporate body where you, your partner or a relative own more than £5000 of the nominal share value.
- Any firm in which you, your partner or any relatives are partners or directors.
- Any other body or organisation in which you, you partner or relative hold a position of control or management.
- Ownership by yourself, your partner or a relative of any land or property which becomes the subject of a discussion and/or vote.
- Any relative on the school staff
It is only necessary for you to register those business interests you may have which the school might enter into a relationship with. Should your circumstances, or those of a partner or relative change, you should arrange to amend the register of business interests accordingly.
In any event, the register should be reviewed on at least an annual basis.
If you have nothing to declare on the register, this should also be stated and a ‘nil’ entry marked against your name.
The following entries are the registers of governors’ business interests as of October 2019. Governors are required to update these annually and notify the clerk of any significant changes throughout the year. Individual signed copies are held in school.
Barton Primary School Business Interests
To contact the Chair of Governors you can either write to the Chair at the school address or email the Clerk to the Governing Board on firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click below to view the minutes of the Governor Meetings:-
Minutes for 2020
Minutes for 2019
Minutes for 2018
Minutes for 2017
Governor Visit & Training Tracker.
Parent Governor elections