The SIS Board of Governors make significant and effective contribution to the overall performance of the school. The primary responsibility of the governors is to ensure that the school operates in the best interest of its learners, teachers, and parents. Ensures school is well staffed, resourced and all statutory requirements are met As part of the governing body, a governor is expected to:
Contribute to leadership and visibly support the school.
Contribute to the strategic discussions at governing body meetings which determine:
The vision and ethos of the school.
Clear Strategic priorities and targets for the school.
The principles to be used by school leaders to set school policies.
Hold the school to account by monitoring the school’s performance. Including:
Agreeing the outcomes of the school’s self-evaluation
Considering all relevant data and feedback on school performance
Asking challenging questions of school leaders
Listening to and reporting to the school’s stakeholders: pupils, parents, staff, the community and the owners.