A school Governing Body

What is a school Governing Body?

The Governing body is an active, supportive and representative group, whose members strive to work with staff and parents to provide the best possible provision for the pupils. The Governing body is made up of a combination of appointed, elected or co-opted members including parent governors.

The Governing body is involved in making decisions in partnership with the School senior leadership team on a wide range of issues

· Setting targets & policies

· Improving standards in education and achievement

· Budgets

· Long term planning

· Interviewing and appointing staff


The Coppice School Governors

Mr Peter Dewhurst: Co-opted Governor

Mrs Doreen Riding: Co-opted Governor

Mrs J Holiday: Co-opted Governor

Governor Terms of Office and Training