Uplowman, Tiverton, Devon EX16 7DR

Tel: 01884 820552

Email: admin@uplowman-primary.devon.sch.uk

Uplowman C Of E Primary School

A haven of hope, where every child matters as a child of God

Governors

Our Governors

The Governing body is made up of people from a range of backgrounds but all with a common interest, that being the wellbeing of the pupils at school and the staff. 

They are there to assist the Head Teacher and Staff in the strategic management of the school.  The positions are voluntary and Governors give their experience and expertise in order to help provide a facility where the children are both happy and striving to reach their potential in every way. 

The Full Governing body usually meet six times per year, in addition to these meetings there are two sub-committees linked to Resources and Teaching & Learning. These committees provide an opportunity for all school matters to be regularly discussed and moved forward. 

As our school is now part of the 'Halberton & Uplowman Federation', there is a joint Governing Body that looks after the interests of both schools and recent reconstitution sets out the structure as below.

The Halberton & Uplowman Federation came into effect on 31st August 2015.  

Co-opted Governors

Mr Mike Hawkins (Vice-Chair of Governors, Chair of Resources Committee)

Mrs Catherine Thomas

Mr John White (Chair of Governors)

Mrs Rebecca Hart Prieto

 

 

Local Authority Governor

Mr Colin Slade

 

Parent Governors

Mr Damon Campbell (Vice-Chair of Governors)

Mrs Sarah Newton (Chair of Teaching & Learning Committee)

 

Staff Governor

Miss Kirsty Northcott

 

Foundation Governors

Mrs Christie McCombe

Mr Shevek Pring

Mrs Pauline White (Lay Ex-Officio)

Mrs Stephanie Packham

 

Executive Headteacher

Mr Steven Badcott

 

The Clerk to the Governing Body is Mrs Sandy Hancock and can be contacted at clerk@halberton.school 

 

GOVERNING BODY MINUTES

Full Governing Body Meeting 27 March 2018

Full Governing Body Meeting 26 April 2018

 

THE GOVERNOR BOOKLET

The Governor Booklet - September 2018