The Governors’ Annual Report to Parents is now available via the school website. Hard copies are available, by request, from the office.
Are you interested or do you know somebody that is interested in being a Community Governor for our School?
Being a Governor for our school is a rewarding and effective way of making a voluntary contribution to your community and to the lives of our children.
Community Governors are elected by the Governing Body to represent community interests. Community Governors need to live or work in the community served by the school and have a keen interest in our success.
These Governors are not parents and take an holistic view of the community in which the school operates.
Have you …?
- An interest in our children’s future;
- Time, energy and enthusiasm;
- A desire to make a difference;
- Readiness to accept responsibility;
- The ability to act as a critical friend;
- The ability to work as a team;
- The aptitude to ask questions, listen and learn?
If so, you may have what it takes to join one of the largest volunteer groups in Wales, working together to get the best for our children.
If you are interested please either download the application form from our school blog or pop into the school for a paper copy and return it to the school for the attention of the Chair to the Governing Body.
This is now available on the school blog. Physical copies are available on request.
Parents of Pupils attending: Bedwas Junior School
Election of ONE Parent Governor
Governing Body of Bedwas Junior School
Would you like to be more involved in your child’s education? If so why not consider becoming a school governor. All schools have places for Parent Governors and we currently have a vacancy for ONE of these positions at the above School.
Governors make decisions about many aspects of the school including the curriculum, staffing and the school’s finances. This role is essential to the education of children in the Borough of Caerphilly so please consider standing. In case you feel a little apprehensive about the responsibilities of the role, we offer training to assist you.
Meetings of the Governing Body have to be held at least once per school term; you can serve as a Governor on up to two schools at any one time and the term of office is four years. If you have parental responsibility for a child at the school then you are eligible to stand, although there are certain restrictions as summarised on the nomination form (for full details please contact a member of the Governor Support Team– contact details as below).
Nominating yourself is simple just complete a nomination form available from the school office, including a short personal statement, and return to your child’s school. Both parents are eligible to stand for election but because we aim to reduce paper use we only send out one nomination form. We welcome applications from both parents – please ask the school for another form. If there are more nominations than vacancies we will hold a ballot and circulate your statement together with voting papers.
If you have any questions about the role of Governors, parental elections, nominations or appointments please contact me on the phone number below.
Loren Taylor – Governor Support Assistant
01443 863221 – Loren.email@example.com