Broomfield School

Wilmer Way

N14 7HY

020 8368 4710

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Our Governors

BROOMFIELD SCHOOL GOVERNOR ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

School governors make important collective decisions and the governing body is answerable to parents and the community. The responsibilities of the governing body can be summarised as providing strategic direction, acting as a critical friend and ensuring accountability. Specific responsibilities include:

  • Promoting high standards of education and achievement

  • Planning the school’s long-term future

  • Setting the school’s aims and values

  • Appointing senior staff including the Head Teacher

  • Budgetary allocation and control

The day to day management of the school is the responsibility of the Head Teacher.

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF GOVERNORS?

Governing bodies comprise representatives from the school staff, the Local Authority, the local community, parents and, in particular circumstances, members of churches and other interest groups. Broomfield School has a Governing Body made up of 14 Governors which comprises of 4 PARENT GOVERNORS, 1 STAFF GOVERNOR, HEADTEACHER GOVERNOR, 5 CO-OPTED GOVERNORS, 2 PARTNERSHIP GOVERNORS and 1 LA GOVERNOR.

  • Community Governors are appointed by the governing body to represent the community They may also have no previous experience or knowledge of the school whose governing body they join.

  • Local Authority (LA) Governors are appointed by the Local Authority that maintains the school and in some cases these appointments are made on a party political basis. SGOSS is able to advise on particular circumstances in each area.

  • Parent Governors are voted onto the governing body by other parents and are usually parents of children who attend the school.

  • Staff Governors are elected by staff within the school

  • Foundation Governors are appointed by the organisation that set up the school to to represent their interests. Further information on foundation governors is available from SGOSS.

  • Associate Members are appointed in an advisory capacity by the governing body to enhance the experience or expertise of a committee(s). Associate members can attend full governor body meetings but have no voting rights.

CURRENT GOVERNORS OF BROOMFIELD

GOVERNING BODY STRUCTURE AND ROLES

Broomfield School has the main Governing Body and three Committees details of these and the chairs for each are below:

FULL GOVERNING BODY - CHAIR RONI MALEK

The Chair of Governors can be contacted by writing to Mr Roni Malek, c/o Broomfield School, Wilmer Way, N14 7HY.

 

CURRICULUM, STANDARDS AND STAFFING COMMITTE - CHAIR PETER MANNING

 

COMMUNITY COMMITTEE - CHAIR LIZ CONSTANTINIDES

 

FINANCE AND PREMISES COMMITTEE - CHAIR SIMON BOYES