George Carey School Governors
The role of the Governing Body is to evaluate provision at the school and review the impact that school actions have on outcomes for children. They also ensure that the school is compliant with statutory requirements set out by the Department for Education and that appropriate financial standards are met. Ofsted makes a judgement about the effectiveness a governing body and this contributes to the overall grade for leadership and management within an Ofsted inspection. Governors also have specific roles and attend a variety of meetings outside the Full Governing Body meeting. They are divided into sub-committees which scrutinise and evaluate specific aspects of provision.
Governors meet at least once every term in a Full Governing Body meeting to review all over provision where they also receive a report from the Headteacher on school performance and discuss Local Authority reports.