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 Local Governance Board

 The Local Governance Body are made up of staff and parent representation as well as members of the local community to ensure a broad range of skills and experience is available to the school.  The following table shows the members of our 2018 - 2019 Local Governance Board and their roles and responsibilities.

Governor Name

Category

Term of Office - start

Term of Office - End

Appointing Body

Additional Position of Responsibility

Portfolio Area

Attendance                              AY 2017-2018

Tanya Dakin

Staff Governor

Ex-Officio

 

 

Exec Head

 

4/4

Kay Scott

Staff Governor

Ex-Officio

 

 

Head

 

4/4

Tara Hill

Trust Appointed

20.03.2015

19.03.2019

Trust

Joint Vice-Chair

Disadvantaged Pupils / Standards and Performance and Outcomes / Early Years

1/4

Ginny Hicks

Parent Governor

23.03.2015

22.03.2019

LGB

Chair

Standards and Performance and Outcomes / Early Years

4/4

James Reeve

Trust Appointed

23.03.2015

22.03.2019

Trust

Governor

Finance

2/4

Gill Walker

Trust Appointed

12.05.2017

11.05.2021

Trust

Joint Vice-Chair

Safeguarding / Children’s Centre

4/4

Tom Hadley

Trust Appointed

23.11.2017

22.11.2021

Trust

Governor

Finance

1/3

Kimasha Williams

Local Governor

27.07.2018

26.07.2022

Trust

Governor

Stakeholder Voice and Community

1/1

Steven West

Local Governor

05.11.2018

04.11.2022

Trust

Governor

Staffing

n/a

Stephanie Kaye

Local Governor

19.11.2018

18.11.2022

Trust

Governor

SEND

n/a

Attendance is expressed as attended over expected

Stepped down in the past 12 months

Stacy Hawkins

Parent Governor

28.02.2014

21.01.2018

Parent Body

Governor

 

0/2*

Denise Lucas

Staff Governor

09.05.2014

08.05.2018

Staff Body

Governor

 

1/3*

* Stepped down before the last meeting

The Governors' Curriculum Statement

Kenyngton Manor School endeavours to provide a school day which excites, challenges and motivates each individual child. Pupils are helped to acquire the concepts, knowledge and skills necessary for their future life in line with the requirements of the National Curriculum.

We also work to foster pupils’ self-esteem, traditional values of self-discipline, responsibility, perseverance, concern for the needs, views and behaviour of others and to create as far as it is within their power, a caring, happy, stable atmosphere.

 Local Governing Body: Register of Interests 

Governor Register of Interests