What is a Governor?
A governor is appointed in a voluntary unpaid capacity for four years. The Board of Governors meets as often is required (At Bowlish they meet a minimum of 6 times a year). The Board has members with different skills, knowledge and experience. The business of the school is progressed by the whole Board of Governors working together in the best interests of the children.
What do the Board do?
The role of the Board of Governors is to make sure that the school provides pupils with a good education. The Board of Governors:
sets the school's plans and policies - employs the school staff - manages how the school spends budget - monitors, evaluates and supports the development of the school.
Who are our Governors?
There are at least two parent governors on the governing body and when vacancies arise, they are advertised to all parents.
If you need to contact our Governors, please ask the School Office.