There is a vacancy for a foundation governor to serve on the governing body of this school (the Local Governing Committee). If you would like to know more, pleaser get in touch with Michelle Scarrett on the email below!
for a Foundation Governor. If you would like to know more please get in touch with Michelle Scarrett on the email above!.
Please find below details of how our Governing body is structured, including the names, categories, responsibilities and terms of appointment for each Governor.
The role of the governors is to focus on the strategic development of the school, quality of education, communications and presentation of the school
CURRENT LGC COMMITTEE - Terms 5&6 2022
Type of Governor
Term of office/expiry date
26/1/2021 to 25/01/2025
2/9/13 to None/open ended/at discretion of Diocese
23/4/2019 to 22/4/2023
19/7/2018 to 18/7/2022
11/03/22 to 10/03/26
|Parent||Victoria Dunnefirstname.lastname@example.org||19/06/2019 to 18/6/2023|
26/1/2021 to 25/1/2025
Clerk to Governors
1. The name of the school is Winterslow Church of England Aided Primary School
2. The school is a voluntary aided school.
3. The name of the governing body is "The governing body of Winterslow Church of England Aided Primary School”
4. The governing body shall consist of:
2 parent governors
2 staff governors (including the headteacher)
1 local authority governor
8 foundation governors
1 co-opted governor
5. Total number of governors is 14.
6. The Foundation that is entitled to appoint foundation governors is Salisbury Diocesan Board of Education in consultation with the Parochial Church Council of the parishes or ecclesiastical districts served by the school.
The holder of the following office shall be a foundation governor ex-officio:
The Principal Officiating Minister of the parish in which the school is situated.
The foundation body or person named in paragraph 8 shall be entitled to appoint a foundation governor to act in the place of the ex-officio foundation governor whose governorship derives from the office named in (a) above, in the event that that ex-officio foundation governor is unable or unwilling to act as a foundation governor.
8. The Archdeacon of the Archdeaconry in which the school is situated is entitled to request the removal of any ex-officio foundation governor and to appoint any substitute governor.
9. The school was established according to the Trust Deed of 1858.
10. Recognising its historic foundation, the school will preserve and develop its religious
character in accordance with the principles of the Church of England and in partnership with the Church at parish and diocesan level.
The ethos of the school
At Winterslow School the Christian principles of trust, thankfulness, responsibility and passion are the fundamental factors, which underpin the ethos and curriculum of the school.
We are a Church school and are proud of our Christian identity and ethos. We aim to provide and encourage:
trusting relationships, where everyone in the school community can feel valued and respected.
‘You shall love your neighbour as yourself’ Mark 12.31
thankfulness for our school and all the things and opportunities we have, seeking to share with others wherever possible.
‘For all things come from you, O God’ 1 Chronicles 29.14
responsibility for ourselves, for our behaviour, for the choices we make and in caring for our environment.
‘For we are each responsible for our own conduct’ Galatians 6.5
passion for learning, creativity, sport and the life of our school.
‘Whatever you do, do everything for the glory of God’ 1 Corinthians 10.31
11. The term of office of all governors is four years except for those governors who hold their posts ex-officio, who will be eligible to serve for as long as they hold the post.
This instrument of government came into effect on 26th January 2021.
This instrument was made by order of Wiltshire Council on 5th July 2021.
14. A copy of the instrument will be supplied to every member of the governor body, and to the Diocesan Board of Education.
15. This instrument is to be revised annually. Upon revision, reference must be made to the current legislation relating to the constitution of governing bodies, in particular the proportional numbers of places to be held by each type of governor.
Adopted by the Full Governing Body September 2020
Review Date September 2021
GOVERNOR PROFILE – MICHELLE SCARRETT
Chair of Governors April 2020
Governor since February 2017
GOVERNOR PROFILE – ANGELA WILLIAMS
Governor since 2014
I settled in Winterslow in 1997 on my husband’s retirement from the Army and now serve as a Foundation Governor on the Ethos, Premises and Finance Committees. I am a teacher with broad experience gained in a number of different schools, including those in villages, towns and inner city areas as well as service schools. I now work as a supply teacher which enables me to keep up to date with my profession and to experience a number and variety of teaching methods and disciplines. Having always had a passion for education I am therefore keen to use my knowledge and skills to provide further support as a governor. Thus it is very rewarding to belong to the governing body, responding to the responsibilities and challenges involved and working in partnership with so many people to ensure that the pupils have a happy and secure environment in which to develop and achieve their potential within society.
My hobbies include gardening, wildlife, walking and travel. I am married and have two adult daughters.
GOVERNOR PROFILE - Victoria Dunne
Governor since July 2019
GOVERNOR PROFILE – SIMON CHAMBERS
Foundation Governor - Ex-Officio
Governor since April 2019
Winterslow Primary School –
Governor attendance record for full governing body meetings September 2020 - July 2021
Full governing body meetings (6)