Governing Body

Mr A Ede (Chair)
Co-opted Governor

Mr G Brown (Vice Chairman)
Co-opted Governor

Miss Lyn Corderoy (Head Teacher)
Staff Governor

Mrs D Brown (Governor)
Co-opted Governor

Mr S Amos (Governor)
Co-opted Governor

Mr L Johnson (Governor)
Co-opted Governor

Mr M Dearlove (Governor)
Co-opted Governor

Miss K Calton (Governor)
Local Authority Governor

Mr R Varia (Governor)
Co-opted Governor

Mrs A Wells
Co-opted Governor

Mrs J Hennessy (Governor)
Parent Governor

Mrs H Aydin (Governor)
Parent Governor

Mrs T Greenhill (Governor)
Teacher Governor

Recently Resigned
Mrs L Bowers (Co-opted Governor)
Mr I Drummond (Co-opted Governor
Mr C Brooks (Parent Governor)

 

What Do Grange Primary Governors Do?

The governing body works with the Headteacher and the staff at the school to ensure the school provides good quality education for all its pupils, and constantly strives to improve.  Governors do not need specialist skills, just an ability to listen, think through new ideas, and decide what is best for the school as part of a team.

They need to set high expectations and ask challenging questions, but are not expected to make day to day decisions about how the school is run.  That's the jobn of the head teacher and senior staff.

The 3 key roles of a Governing Body are to:

  • Provide strategic direction for the school
  • Support the head teacher but constantly look to raise standards
  • Ensure accountability

This means as a Governor you may be involved in:

  • Deciding how the budget should be spent and ensuring good value for money
  • Making sure the curriculm provides for and challenges all pupils
  • Making sure the school buildings are welcoming, safe and fit for purpose
  • Setting and monitoring the school's values, aims and policies
  • Appointing staff

Statutory Information

The school and governors are obliged by law to provide you with the following information:

All parents when admitting their children to Grange Primary School are asked to make contact with the school’s Special Education Needs co-ordinator (SENCo), if their children require support either with a physical or educational need.  Meetings will be arranged, risk assessments made, statements read and programmes devised to ensure that the school supports the idea that ‘Every Child in Grange Primary School Matters’. All children at Grange Primary School are given appropriate and fully inclusive educational opportunities, with Individual Educational Plans and support staff employed if appropriate. 

The school’s grounds and building have recently been upgraded to adhere to legislation regarding access to the school by pupils with disabilities.  

The governors have put in place an accessibility plan which is looking at increasing access for all pupils and parents able and disabled.

The staff and governors regularly review the Special Educational Needs policy which is available if parents desire to read it.  The Special Educational Needs co-ordinator meets termly with the Special Educational Needs governor, who then reports the implementation of the policy within the school curriculum.

Parents and governors have in place a Disability Equality Scheme, which is regularly reviewed in line with legislation.

The current designation of Governors responsibilities are as follows:-

Child Protection                 Diane Brown
Health and Safety              Helen Aydin
Link Governor                    Steve Amos
English                               Mel Dearlove
Maths                                 Albert Ede
Equality                              Steve Amos
SFVS                                  Gary Brown
Able, Gifted and Talented   Steve Amos
ICT & Science                     Rajesh Varia and Chris Morgan
Humanities                          Jo Hennessy
Assessment                        Albert Ede
Attendance                         Angela Wells
Foundation Stage               Larry Johnson
PE/Arts                               Tracey Greenhill
SEND/Inclusion                  Jo Hennessy
Catering                              Gary Brown
Facilities                              Gary Brown
Eco and International          Diane Brown
Policy and Infomation          Mel Dearlove

Other Responsibilities

Head Teacher's Performance Management      Larry Johnson, Jo Hennessy & Gary Brown
Pay Committee                                                   Larry Johnson, Gary Brown & Jo Hennessy
Pay Appeals / Staff Discipline / Staff Appeals / Pupil Discipline    Any three non staff Governors                 

Grange Primary Register of Business Interests

 

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Latest News

Nov 6, 2017

New Intake - Parent Tours

We will be holding 4 tours for our new September 2018 intake.  These will take place on:
13th November - THIS DATE IS NOW FULL
20th November - THIS DATE IS NOW FULL
27th November at 1.45pm
8th January 2018 at 1.45pm
Please call the school office to book a place.  Please note that due to space we cannot accomodate prams/pushchairs. Thank you

Nov 3, 2017

50/50 Club Winners

The draw took place for the 50/50 Club during today's assembly.  The lucky winners for October are:

1st Place -  Helen Aydin
2nd Place - David Murphy
3rd Place - Cherie Asare

Well done to you all.

Oct 18, 2017

Children in Need - PJ Day

Friday 17th November is Children in Need Pyjama Day.  Bring a donation into school on that Friday and come to school wearing suitable night wear. Dont forget sensible shoes and a coat as the children will still be going outside.  Thank you for your support.

Grange Primary School,

Elder Avenue,

Wickford,

Essex,

SS12 0LR

Tel: 01268 734420

Fax: 01268 571745

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