School Governors

The  Local Governing body is a sub-committee of the Board of Directors of St Clere’s Co-operative Academy Trust and is constituted from the school’s stakeholders.  Members are drawn from the parents, staff, local community and St Clere’s Co-operative Academy Trust.  The Schools’ Co-operative Society, of which we are a member, also nominates a representative.

The term of office for Parent Governors is four years.  When there is a vacancy, all parents or carers of St Clere’s students are notified and given the opportunity to stand for election if they wish.  It is an opportunity for parents to share their skills and give insight into school matters from the parents’ perspective and as such they are a valuable addition to the Governing Body.

Should you wish to contact St Clere’s School Governors, please write to the Chair at the following address:

Mr John Baines, St Clere's School, Butts Lane, Stanford-le-Hope, SS17 0NW

St Clere's Local Governing Body 2017 - 2018

Parent Representatives
Ms Joanne Forkner
Mrs Anjie Gaywood
Mr Nigel Jones
Mrs Gill Miller
Mr Neil Speight
    
Staff Representatives:
Mrs Emily Duque    
Mrs Julie Lineham    
    
Ex-officio Representatives:
Mrs Ashlie Hughes (Head Teacher)    
Mr Paul Griffiths (CEO of St Clere's Cooperative Trust)    
    
Community Representatives:
Mr Gwynne Mack    
Mr Brian Martin 
Mr Brian Moss    
Mr John Baines (Chair)    
Mr Steve Smith    
Mrs Melody Williams    
Mr Derek Fawbert    
Mrs Phil Cozens (Vice-Chair)
    
Schools’ Co-operative Society Representative:
Mrs Shelagh Cosgrow    
    
Observers:
Mr Jay Callender    
Ms Nicola Denniss    
Dr Damien Loneragan  

Governing Body Information, Attendance and Declaration of Interests

Attendance

Personal Information and declaration of interests:

Contact our Chair of Governors

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