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Meet the Governors

Name

Monitoring

Responsibility

Post/Role

Committees

Type of term of office

Andrew Bolc

Priority 5

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Performance and

Standards Committee

Co-opted

Governor

20/6/18 – 19/6/22

Chris Down

Governors’ CPD

 

E-Safety

Vice Chair of

Governors

Pay & Personnel

(Chair)

Head Teacher’s performance management

Co-opted Governor

01/08/15 – 31/07/19

Denis Tanfa

Personal Development, Behaviour & Welfare

Priority 9

 

Pay & Personnel

 

Head Teachers’ Performance Management

Parent Governor

21/6/17 – 20/6/21

Jane Farrington

Literacy

Priority 2

 

Performance & Standards Committee

Co-opted Governor

13/9/17 – 12/9/21

Lawrence Lee

 

Safer recruitment trained

Performance & Standards

Resources Management

Pay & Personnel

Ex-officio

Head Teacher

Mark Kitchener

 

 

Performance & Standards

By invitation of the Governors

Sarah Farn

 

Chair of Governors

Safeguarding Governor

 

Performance Management

 

Resources Management

(Chair)

 

HT Performance Management

Parent Governor

18/1/17 – 17/1/21

Kerry Miller

 

Safer Recruitment

Trained

 

Clerk to Governors

Terri Musson

Pupil Premium

Priority 3

 

Resources Management

Co-opted Governor

20/6/18 – 19/6/22

Craig Howarth        
Divyesh Ladd        
Emma Sharpe        
Claire Martin        

GOVERNOR STATEMENT

 

THIS PAGE IS CURRENTLY BEING UPDATED

Interested in becoming a governor?

 

We currently have vacancies for 2 co-opted governors, 2 parent governors and 1 governor to be appointed by the Local Authority. Please contact the Clerk to the Governors if you would like further information.

CONTACT US

 

If you would like to contact Glebelands Governors, please write to:

 

Kerry Miller, Clerk to the Governors, c/o Glebelands Primary School

 

or email: km.clerking@outlook.com

 

 

 

Register of interests

 

Governor Business interests Other educational establishments governed Relationships with school staff
Andrew Bolc Employed by Cartwright King Solicitors None Lawrence Lee's spouse used to work at Cartwright King
Chris Down GB-Innovations Limited, ICT Services (Managing Director) None None
Denis Tanfa

Project Manager Restorative Justice Initiative Midlands CIC, Researcher Office for National Statistics (ONS)

Spouse: Self Employed as Health Care Commissioner

None None
Lawrence Lee Employed by Leicester City Council None None
Jane Farrington Employed by Leicester City Council None None
Rachel Parker Employed by University of Leicester Hospitals Trust None None
Sarah Farn Employed by Babington Academy None None
Terri Musson Employed by Leicester City Council None None
Kerry Miller

TBC

None None

 

From time to time, you may receive a letter asking you if you are interested in becoming a governor. Whilst many may be interested, very few put themselves forward. We hope that tis webpage will give you some information about what being a governor entails. Here are pen portraits of some of our current governors.

Name: Lawrence Lee,  Head Teacher

 

Type of governor: Head teacher

 

Background: I have been teaching for 15 years in Leicester City. 

 

Why did you become a governor? I wanted to get a better insight into the school’s decision making process as part of my own professional development.

 

What being a governor has involved Attending Governor’s training and courses.

Attending Performance and Standards Committee meetings as well as full Governors meetings.

Liaising with Literacy Co-ordinator to discuss whole school developments.

Being a part of the body which makes key decisions regarding the running and future of the school.

 

Minutes of Pay Committee 2014 - 2017 and Pay and Personnel Committee 2017 - 2018

 

These minutes are confidential and are not published on the website.

 

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