Who are we?
We are made up of parents, staff and people who live or work locally to school.
What’s our role?
Our core strategic functions are:
a. Ensuring Quarry Mount’s clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction;
b. Holding the headteacher to account for the educational performance of the
school and its pupils; and
c. Overseeing the financial performance of the school and making sure its money is well spent.
How do we do it?
The full governing body meets around five times between September and July, and there are two committees; Teaching and Learning and Resources, which meet before each full governors meeting. Each governor joins one of these committees. We also spend time accessing training either in person or online to make sure we’ve got the skills to be good governors.
We are invited to school regularly to see all the great work our children produce, and we get to know the staff, particularly the Senior Leadership Team, who we work with to make sure Quarry Mount’s children are happy, healthy and making good progress in their learning.
As Quarry Mount is part of the Lantern Learning Trust, our Trust governors also attend meetings of the Trust board and work with governors from the other Trust schools to give all our children the best chance of fulfilling their potential.
Could you be our next governor?
We don't currently have any vacancies on our Governing Body, but if you're interested in being an associate member, contact the Chair of Governors, Liz Singleton, c/o Quarry Mount.
Chair of Governors & LEA Governor
(Responsibility for Child Protection & Looked After Children)
Vice Chair & Parent Governor
Therese McNeice (Safeguarding)
(Responsibility for Pupil Premium, SEN & Inclusion)
Dr Stephen Clapcote
If you would like to view the non-confidential minutes from governors meetings, please request them from the school office.