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Hangleton and Benfield Federation Governing Body

Please click here to see Benfield Primary Governors' attendance 2016 - 2017

Former Governors

In the past 12 months, we have also had the following members:

 Name  Role  Appointed by  App. date  Term of office  Date left office  Attendance 2014/15
 Stuart Cole  Co-opted  Governing body  06.04.2017 06.04.2017-05.04.2021  03.10.2017  
 Sarah Mansfield-Osbourne Parent Parents 23.10.2013 23.10.2013 - 22.10-2017 27.07.2016 100%

 

REGISTER OF INTERESTS

The register of interests is updated annually at the first full governing body meeting on in the school year.

 Name  Form complete  Interest declared

 

 Jenny Barnard-Langston

 

 Yes

GOVERNANCE

  • St. Peter's Community Primary School
  • Fletching CE Primary School
  • National leader of Governance
  • Regional National leader of Governance/Advocate
  • Inspire TSA

​DIRECTOR/TRUSTEE

  • Tony Barnard Foundation
  • A1 (Sussex) Ltd.
  • ARF Barnard Ltd
  • Roedean School
  • Moira House School Ltd
  • Bishop Otter Academy Trust
 Clive Bolton  Yes
  • Associate Governor Trainer for Brighton & Hove City Council
 Mariea Christodoulou  Yes
  • Related to pupil/s at Hangleton Primary School
 Lizzie Cornford  Yes
  • Employed at Benfield Primary School
 Mark Goodson  Yes
  • Related to pupil/s at Hangleton Primary School
 Treana Harfield  Yes
  • Employed at Hangleton Primary School
 Emma Lake  Yes
  • Governor at Downlands Community School
  • Employed at Benfield Primary School
  • Employed at Hangleton Primary School
 Donna McClements  Yes
  • Related to pupil/s at Benfield Primary School
 Kathryn Smith  Yes
  • Employed by a multi-academy trust
 Clare Terry  Yes
  • Related to pupil/s at Benfield Primary School
 Scott Theobold  Yes
  • Related to pupil/s at Benfield Primary School
 Lesley Walker  Yes
  • Employed as a teacher within Brighton & Hove Local Authority
  • Related to pupil/s at Hangleton Primary School
 Jennie Wylie  Yes
  • Related to pupil/s at Hangleton Primary School

 

What do school governors do?

Governors work with senior leaders in the strategic development of the school and in raising standards of achievement. Duties include setting the school’s vision, aims & objectives, approving the school budget and appointing the headteacher.

Governors must both support and challenge the headteacher, so need to gain an understanding of the school’s overall performance in order to explain its decisions and actions. They do this by attending regular meetings, carrying out school visits and meeting with senior leaders. They also attend training in order to keep up to date with the requirements of their role. Governors work as a team and make collective decisions.

becoming a school governor

If you are interested in becoming a school governor, please contact the Clerk to Governors for more information.

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