On behalf of the Governing Body I welcome you to our School's website.
As Governors, we are elected and appointed to reflect the various sections of the community which have an interest in our school.The Diocese appoints the school’s Foundation Governors, which as a Catholic School make up the majority of the Governing Body. Parents and Teachers elect Governors to represent their interests and one Governor is appointed by the local authority.
Our Foundation Governors represent the interests of the Diocese and ensure the continuing Catholic ethos and vision of the school.
Parents of pupils registered at the school are eligible to stand for election as a Parent Governor. They are elected by other parents at the school.
The Headteacher is automatically eligible to be a full member of the Governing Body by virtue of their office. Both teaching and support staff who are paid to work at the school are eligible to stand as staff governors. They are elected by other members of the staff at the school.
Local Authority governors are appointed Hillingdon local authority and are appointed from the local community.
Chair of Governors (Foundation)
Vice Chair of Governors (Foundation)
Fr Paulo Bagini
|Alan Drew||Foundation Governor|
Deputy Head Staff Governor
Finance Officer Associate Governor
The Governing Body has responsibility for the conduct of the school with a view to promoting high standards of educational achievement.
We take a largely strategic role in the running of the School which includes:
The Governing Body acts as a "critical friend" to the Head teacher and staff by providing constructive advice and support. Governors also act as a sounding board for ideas and help where needed. A critical friend will challenge, ask questions, seek information, improve proposals and so seek to arrive at the best solution.
We are responsible for raising standards through the three key roles of:
If you wish to contact a member of the Governing Body please do so through the school office.
CHAIR OF THE GOVERNING BODY