On behalf of the Governors, a very warm welcome to our school website. We hope you find it informative and easy to use and that it gives you a taste of what we have to offer to you and your children
If you have any suggestions or queries, or would like to enquire about being a Governor at Holbeach Primary School, please email me at email@example.com or leave a note with your contact details in the school office.
Chair of Governors
The Governing Body has an important role to play in contributing to the leadership of the school. We are made up of a group of volunteers who meet regularly and have a close relationship with the staff and school community. We come from a wide range of backgrounds with varying skills and experience. We work together to support and challenge the school towards continually improving the education of all our pupils. Our aim is to provide a safe and caring environment where all children are encouraged and challenged to reach their full potential.
Holbeach is a friendly and inclusive school. As governors we support the aims and ethos of the school and help to celebrate our wonderfully diverse school community. We are proud of our school, its staff and pupils and we are confident in promoting the school, especially when we attend local authority events or when we are working in partnership with other schools.
The Holbeach Governing Body consists of 13 members
Apart from the Headteacher, governors are appointed for a 4 year term of office.
For more details about the current Governing Body Members click here.
Visit the school: We believe it is important to be a visible presence in the school to support the rich programme of curriculum events, fairs, celebrations and assemblies etc. The Chair and Vice-Chairs meet frequently with the Headteacher to discuss current issues and all governors make regular day time visits in their role as Link Governors.
Link Governors: To ensure that the leadership team is putting the school development plan into action, the governing body has assigned two link governors to each development priority, as well as to some other important aspects of the school, such as Child Protection & Safeguarding, Health & Safety and Pupil Premium. During their visits, link governors meet with staff and observe the school in action to monitor progress and give the governing body first-hand knowledge of the strengths and development needs of the school.
|Health and Safety (inc Staff Wellbeing)
Glenys Englert and Katie Drew
Safeguarding, Child Protection including Children who are Looked After (CLA)
Curriculum – within school and online
Finance and Resources
Website and Compliance
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Attend Governors’ meetings: usually twice a term, to discuss and determine school strategy and policies.
Participate in Committees: which generally meet termly. All governors are members of the Resources and Curriculum Committees, which have a specific remit:
Meeting dates for the 2022-23 academic year
|Full Governing Body
|22nd September 2022 6:30pm
8th December 2022 6:30pm
|23rd March 2023 6:30pm
|6th July 2023 6:30pm
|Curriculum and Standards
|10th November 2022 6:00pm
|2nd March 2023 6:30pm
|22nd June 2023 6:00pm
|12th October 2022 8:30am
|18th January 2023 8:30am
|3rd May 2023 8:30am
|12th October 2022 8:30am
More information about becoming a Governor:
Lewisham Education at www.lewisham.gov.uk
National Governors Association at www.nga.org.uk
Copies of Holbeach Governing Body Agendas and Minutes are kept in the school office and are available on request.