The governors are responsible for setting and maintaining the ethos and strategic direction of the school. This includes ensuring that the school is assisting each student to achieve high standards and make good progress. In so doing they act as critical friends, supporting and challenging the school to provide each and every student with the opportunity to achieve their full potential within a safe and secure environment.
Parent Governors are elected for four years by parents at the school. Our current Parent Governors are:
-Mr. Jon Parry
-Mr. Andrew Trevitt-Downes
-Mr. Tim Cooke
-Mrs. Renee Wallace
-Mr. Geoffrey Rogers
A Governor is nominated by the Local Authority. Our current Local Authority Governor is:
-Mr. Roger Evans
The Governing body is required to identify the skills and experience it requires to fulfil its role and appoint up to six governors for a period of up to 4 years. Our current Co-Opted Governors are:
-Mr. Martyn Cribb
-Mr. Paul Salmon
-Rev. Christopher Cooke
-Rev. Max Lambourne
-Miss. Helen Duncan
-Mr. Meurig Jones
Our current elected staff Governor is:
-Mr. Garry Davies
Our current elected Associate Governor is:
-Miss. J Hall
The Mary Webb School & Science College Head Teacher is:
-Mr. A Smith
The governors work with the Head Teacher and other school staff to promote high standards of educational achievement at the school. In setting the strategic direction for the school they help decide how the school should develop in order to maintain and improve its standards of education, and approve the policies, plans and procedures which will support that development.
Meetings of the full governing body take place at least once each term. There is a clear committee structure and most committees meet at least once per year. Each governor is linked to a subject or an aspect of school life to help build a relationship with school personnel and gain knowledge of how the school works. We work hard to ensure that decisions made are based on a secure knowledge of the school to create the most favourable conditions:
-For learning to flourish and achievements are high.
-To ensure the good use of money.
-For a safe, secure, and pleasant environment to learn/work in.
-To promote sound organisation.
-To recruit and retain excellent staff.
-To adopt and implement policies which are fair, and which encourage good student behaviour, motivate staff and students, and for everyone to achieve their potential.