Would you be interested in becoming a parent governor at Hayle Academy?

The Governing Body of Hayle Academy has a vacancy for a Parent Governor and is currently inviting nominations.

Would you – or someone you know – be interested in filling this demanding but rewarding position?

The role of the Governing Body is:

• To ensure clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction.

• To hold the Headteacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its students and the performance management of staff.

• To oversee the financial performance of the school and make sure money is well spent. To be eligible you have to be a parent, carer or have parental responsibility for a current student at Hayle Academy. To be eligible you have to be a parent, carer or have parental responsibility for a current student at Hayle Academy.
Governors are not expected to be experts in the field of education. The most important requirements are an interest in the school and the welfare and education of its students, and the time and willingness to get involved.

Newly-appointed Governors will receive induction training, and mentoring support from one of our more experienced Governors, and all Governors have access to on-going training opportunities to help develop their knowledge and skills as a Governor.
You will be the sort of person who can build relationships with people, work as part of a team, and have the confidence to ask questions and
participate in discussion and decision-making.

You will have the time and commitment to take on what at times can be a challenging but always interesting workload, and attend a minimum of one meeting in each half term (normally held on Wednesday evenings between 5.30 and 7 pm).

Does this sound like you? Or like someone you know?

Nomination forms and further information can be sent by email (please email enquiries@hayleacademy.net) and will also be available in paper format from school reception in the first week back after half term.

The closing date for nominations is 12 noon on Monday 17 June 2019.

 

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