Welcome from your Governing Body

If you’re not already aware, behind the scenes of Paulton Infant School is a Governing body, made up of a mixture of parents and other members of our local community. The governing body has a range of duties and powers and a general responsibility for the conduct of the school with a view to promoting high standards of educational achievement. As a member school of The Partnership Trust our duties are clearly defined in the trusts scheme of delegation which you can view here.


School governors are one of the country's largest voluntary groups with around 300,000 contributing to strategic development and raising standards of achievement at more than 30,000 schools. High quality Governance is crucial to children’s education and life chances, holding Heads and schools to account and securing the future of the school. 

Governors give up their time freely to be part of the Governing Body and therefore they should make sure that this time is invested productively.

If you feel you could bring something to our Governing Body, please do not hesitate to call into the school office to discuss the role. 

Our Local Governing Body meet 6 times a year with Extra-ordinary Meetings as required by circumstances.

Our governor code of conduct

You can also find out more what being a school Governor might entail by visiting the websites below:

www.gov.uk/government/get-involved/take-part/volunteer-as-a-school-governor

www.nga.org.uk/Be-a-Governor.aspx

www.sgoss.org.uk

With many thanks

Dave Howson

Chair of Governors

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Statutory information​

To view more details about our governors including attendance statistics please click here