Warren Hills Community Primary School

Learning together in friendship

Welcome to Warren Hills school

Click here for confidential content for Governors only 

We are fortunate to have a supportive yet challenging Governing Body. This comprises representatives of the community, parents, teachers and the Local Authority. Governors then sit on sub-committees. These meet once a term to discuss a particular area such as finance or curriculum. These committees then report back to the Full Governors meeting later in the term. 

Please see this message from our Chair of Governors

Dear Parents and Friends,
 
On behalf of the Governing Body, welcome to Warren Hills Primary School.
 
During the last 12 months there has been a number of changes at Warren Hills, including the newly appointed Mrs Lane as our Head.
 
Our Governing Body strives to work alongside the Management, Staff, Parents and Friends of Warren Hills to help build and maintain a strong team which will support you and your children throughout their time at the School.
 
Governors are appointed to ensure that a variety of goals and objectives are met from finance, building maintenance, delivery of the curriculum, pupil welfare and staff appointments, to name a few.  
 
By working closely with the Leadership Team and all Staff, we endeavour to forward plan ensuring that Warren Hills continues to become innovative, has a clear vision and remains realistic. The Governing Body supports, encourages and challenges the Management and Leadership Team at the heart of the School, to deliver an outstanding learning experience to all pupils.
 
Above all of this our main goal is to monitor the welfare and education of the pupils, ensuring they are fully supported during their time at Warren Hills, making certain your individual children have the opportunities they deserve and that they reach their full potential.  
 
During my time as a Governor at Warren Hills, one of the most impressive features I have seen shine through, is that the School prides itself on a sense of community and being an integral part of the local community.
 
I would like to thank you for supporting our School during recent changes with the newly appointed head, Mrs Lane.  Mrs Lane has been with the school for 7 years before being appointed her role as head.  During this time she has built up an great understanding of the pupils, parents and the local community enabling her to drive the school forward in new and creatives ways.  I would like to invite you to become a part of our growing success by continuing to support the school and ask that you try to become involved as much as possible as we aspire to provide outstanding learning experiences to our pupils.
 
I would like to say I am available for Parents/Carers to contact me for any matter relating to the school but ask that, if possible, you have discussed it with the Headteacher first.
 
I look forward to meeting you and your continued support for our School and look forward to another successful year at Warren Hills.
 
Regards,
 
Jonathan Farr
Chair of Governors  

 

Please see here for Governors who served on the Governing Body academic year commencing September 2016.

Please see here for attendance at meetings during the 2016-17 academic year 

To adhere to the School Standards and Framework Act 1988, all LA funded establishments are required to maintain a register of business interests. The main purpose of this is to ensure that the governors and staff not only act impartially, but are also seen to act impartially including declaring any relationships with school staff. We maintain a register of business interests for both governors and staff with significant financial responsibilities and this is available for inspection. The register of business interests is updated annually, most recently in September 2015 as follows:

Budget Holders:

Andrea Lane-none declared

Kirstyn Massarella-none declared

Office staff with significant finance responsibilities:

Ian Moore-none declared

Liz Brown-none declared

Chris Liggins-none declared

Register of Individual Governor’s Business and Pecuniary Interests, other governance roles and relationships 2016

Name

Business & Pecuniary Interests

Governance roles in other educational institutions

Relationships between any governor or school staff

Mrs Andrea Lane

None declared

None

Head Teacher

Mr Jonathan Farr

None declared

None

 

Revd Andrew Rhoades

None declared

Broomleys Primary School

 

Mrs Helen Burns

None declared

 

Deputy Head Teacher

Mrs Kirstyn Massarella

None declared

St Clare’s Catholic Primary School

Nursery Manager

Mrs Catharyn Howe

None declared

 

 

Mr Marcus Ineson

None declared

 

 

Mr David Williamson

None declared

 

Married to staff member

Mrs Christine Liggins (clerk)

None Declared

 

Nursery Office Administrator

 Here is the latest "instrument of Governance" updated in August 2015

Terms of Reference for Resources committee

Terms of Reference for Teaching & Learning committee

Terms of Reference for Pay Committee

The above Terms of Reference are with Governors for approval (October 2016)

Please click on the Governors flyer for information about a Governors role 

Awards