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Board of Governors

Responsible, Caring & Secure

At Roehampton Church of England School, our Vision Statement and Values are fundamental in all that we do as a school and this includes guaranteeing our Board of Governors are proactively involved with the embedding of our Vision and Values through the work that they do; working collaboratively with the school as outlined below.

The Board of Governors currently consists of 14 members:

  • 5 elected by Holy Trinity Church, Parochial Church Council (PCC);
  • 2 appointed by the Southwark Diocesan Board of Education (SDBE);
  • 1 appointed by the Local Education Authority;
  • 2 elected by parents;
  • 1 elected by staff;
  • 1 Co-opted governor;
  • The Headteacher and Holy Trinity Church (ex-officio) are also Governors.

Please see the Governor links below for a full list of the Board of Governors and their profile. If you require assistance from any of the Governors then, in the first instance, you should contact them through the school office.

The Chair of the Board of Governors

The Chair of the Board of Governors is Rev. Joshua Rey.

 

The Vice Chair of the Board of Governors
The Vice Chair of the Board of Governors is TBC. 

 

Committee Chairs:

The Chair of the Curriculum Committee is Noor Al-Yassin.

The Chair of the Finance Committee is Mrs Alessandra Perosa.

The Chair of the Personnel Committee is TBC.

‚ÄčGovernor Leads

The following Governors have designated roles to support and advise the development the Board of Governors. They are as follows:

  • The Designated Safeguarding Governor Leads at Roehampton Church School are Mr Ross Landau and TBC.
  • The Designated SEND Governor Lead at Roehampton Church School is Deacon Kathy Johnson.
  • The Designated GDPR Governor is TBC.
  • The Designated Governor who looks at Pupil Premium Funding is TBC.
  • The Designated Wellbeing Governor is TBC.

Clerk to the Governors is Nicola Cheshire and can be contacted by email on:  Nicola.Cheshire@richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk

Register of Pecuniary/Business Interest

The Governing Body is required to establish and maintain a register of pecuniary interests. This lists, for each member of the Governing Body and staff responsible for spending public funds, any business interests they, or any member of their immediate family have. This register is signed at every Full Governing Meeting and held by Nellisa King, clerk to the governors.