The School Govenors
What Governors Do
The role of the Governors is to:
Provide a strategic role
Act as a critical friend
How Do Governors Work
The full Governing Body meets at least once a term. It is important that Governors have a good relationship between themselves, the head, and the staff and they work hard to make sure that this is the case. This means that they are able to trust each other and so work well together.
Contacting the Chair of Governors
If you wish to contact the Chair of Governors you can do so either via the school email, office@Inglehurst-jun.leicester.sch.uk, or in writing addressed to the school and we will ensure it is passed on.
If you are interested in becoming a Governor, please contact the school via email letting us know what skills and attributes you can offer to the Governing body.
Who Are The Governors?
Co-opted Governors are appointed by the Governing Body, Authority Governors are appointed by the Local Authority, Staff Governors are elected by the school staff and Parent governors are elected by the parents. None of the governors currently hold any governance roles in other schools or have any financial or business interests that are connected to the school.