Sambourne Road, Warminster, Wiltshire BA12 8LF

01985 212458

Sambourne CE VC Primary School

Learn to Love and Love to Learn

Governors 

At Sambourne, the governors provide a strategic view that sets out the broad framework within which the Headteacher and her staff team run the school. We focus on the school’s vision priorities and statutory responsibilities. The Headteacher and staff report to the governors who offer support and challenge in order to achieve the best possible outcomes for children. 

The Governing Body’s specific work takes place through, monitoring meetings and committee meetings. The Full Governing Body meets six times a year and delegates work through to committees and specific governor responsibilities. 

Membership of the Governing Body is set out in our Instrument of Government. 

 File:PDF file icon.svg - Wikimedia Commons Instrument of Government

 File:PDF file icon.svg - Wikimedia Commons Governor Allowances

 File:PDF file icon.svg - Wikimedia Commons The Constitution of Governing Bodies for Maintained Schools

Sambourne has a team of dedicated governors representing the local community who give their time and expertise freely to support the school. They are responsible for the strategic direction of the school ensuring clarity of vision and ethos. They work with the headteacher and staff to ensure that the children are taught to a high standard and achieve as well as they can in a safe and clean learning environment. They approve policies, are involved in staff appointments and oversee the financial performance of the school to make sure the money is well spent.

Governors visit the school regularly and are involved in many different ways. Governors meet as a full governing body 6 times a year and they are a member of one of two committees which meet termly. The two committees currently are finance and premises and staffing and curriculum. The governors attend training to help them in their role and review their working practices annually to ensure they keep up to date with the latest legislation and national initiatives.