Governors

 Welcome to the Governors' section of the website. 
 
From July 2018 to current, Holywell has had an Interim Executive Board in place who have led the strategic direction of the school. New governors have recently been elected and will be taking on the running of the school shortly. The table below shows the current IEB members.
 

Full Name

Appointed
By

Date of Appointment

Committees Governor Serves On

Positions of Responsibility

(eg chair or vice-chair
of the GB or Committee of the GB)

Relevant Business/
Pecuniary Interests

Governance roles in any other educational establishments

Relationship between Governors and members of the
school staff

Sue Bowman

LA

27/07/18

None

None

None

Raymond Byford

LA

27/07/18

None

None

None

Jane Crowdon

LA

27/07/18

Company Director/Secretary – Edward Editorial – Writing/Editing publications

Co-Opted Governor at Monkfield Park Primary School

None

Penny Conway

LA

27/07/18

Chair of IEB

None

·       Chair of GB – Little Paxton Primary School

·       TGB Member – Pathfinder CofE Primary School, Northstowe

Thongsley Fields Primary and Nursery  School – IEB Chair

None

Christine Moss

LA

27/07/18

None

OWN Trust – Board Member

SOAK Trust – Bpard Member-

None

Christine Page

 

LA

03/12/18

Director – Support Team Consultancy Ltd.

Bourn Primary Academy – Headteacher

None

 

 

 


 

         

The Governing Body consists of local people who have an active interest in the school as parents, staff, or as members of the local community. Parent Governors are elected by parents and other governors are either appointed by the local authority or co-opted on the recommendation of the governors. It is a voluntary role and we are always keen to encourage new governors.

 The Governors’ role at the school is to help make the strategic decisions to move the school forward. In addition, the Governors scrutinize the work of the school, particularly the standards of achievement, to ensure the school is effectively educating the pupils and preparing them for their futures. We do this both through our regular full governors’ meetings or as committees and by regular visits into school to look at different aspects of the curriculum.