Click here for the Annual Governance Statement 2018

 

Publication of Governors’ Details and the Register of Interests

The Governing Body comprises of the Head Teacher, a local authority governor, six co-opted governors, four parent governors

 and one staff governor – thirteen in total. 

The full governing body meets six times each academic year.

 

Category

Name

Appointing Body

Governance term expiry date

Committee membership / subject link

Attendance record

2017/18 

Register of interests

Clerk

 

Miss Dominika Jureczko

 

n/a

n/a

5/6

n/a

LA (Chair)

 

Mrs Helen Mallory

NYCC

31.8.17

 

6/6

Mallory Motors recycling - owner

Vice Chair Mr Ian Monkman Parent Body 18.3.19

Premises

Health & Safety

PE Premium

Complaints

4/6 None

Co-opted

Mr David Topliss

Governing Body

13.5.19

Pupil premium

English

Pupil discipline

3/6

None

Co-opted

Mr David Marshall

Governing Body

3.2.20

Pupil discipline

Staff discipline

Finance

RE and Collective Worship

6/6

Dave Marshall Disco – owner

Co-opted

Mr Kevin Dengate

Governing Body

4.2.19

Complaints

Pupil discipline

Science and Technology

Pay review committee

5/6

None

Co-opted

Mr Peter Ambler

Governing Body

4.2.19

Pay review committee

Pupil discipline

5/6

None

Co-opted

Mrs Sarah Moseley

 

Governing Body

4.2.19

Finance

EYFS

4/6

None

Parent governor

Julie Stewart

Elected 6.7.18

Parent Body 6.7.22

Equalities

Complaints

Staff discipline

N/A None
Parent governor Mrs Denise Palmer-Jenkinson Parent Body

23.3.21

SEND

Maths

Finance

Pay review committee

6/6 None

Parent governor

Mr Matthew Millington

Parent Body

22.3.21

Safeguarding

4/6

None

Staff governor

Mrs Hannah Griffiths

Staff

22.3.22

Finance

1/2

None

Head Teacher

Mr Jonathan Wanless

NYCC

n/a

 

6/6

None

 

 

 

CHAIR OF GOVERNORS : MRS HELEN MALLORY

OUR SCHOOL is a state controlled primary school, which sees itself as providing children aged between 4 and 11 with a purposeful, enjoyable and positive start to their education.  We believe in old-fashioned values of high morals and good manners that thrive within the broad balanced and exciting approach demanded by the National Curriculum.  The school serves an area which includes the immediate south west of Scarborough including the expanding residential district of Crossgates and the village residential areas of Seamer & Irton, but as and when our maximum admission numbers allow, we admit children from elsewhere.

The building was opened in September 1970 as a purpose built seven classroom school.  Since then there have been several extensions to the premises, including new classrooms, reception areas and library which has seen the school double in size.  There is also a central hall used for meals, assemblies and fully equipped for modern gymnastics, floor and apparatus work, a kitchen and administrative area.  Outside there are excellent playing fields and playgrounds and pleasant landscaped grounds.

The building provides the ideal setting for children to develop both as individuals and as members of the school and its community.

 

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