Our Governors

The school governors are all volunteers and come from various backgrounds. Our main role is to support the Headteacher and staff to ensure that Graveley Primary School continues to be a successful and happy school. 

The main role of the governing body is a strategic one, and its key functions are to:
– Set the aims and objectives for the school
– Set the policies for achieving those aims and objectives
– Set the targets for achieving those aims and objectives
– Monitor and evaluate the progress the school is making towards achievement of its aims and objectives 
– Be a source of challenge and support to the Headteacher 
– Monitor the financial aspects of the school 

The Headteacher is responsible for the internal organisation, management and control of the school and the implementation of the strategic framework established by the governing board.
Minutes of governor meetings are available at the school on request. Please email: nancy@graveley.herts.sch.uk

GovernorTypeTerm of Office EndsCommittee MembershipInterests DeclaredNature
Albert Swinson
Local Authority (CHAIR of GB)10/01/2023Curriculm and Standards, Finance and ResourcesNone
Nicky HandHead Teacherex officioCurriculum and Standards, Finance and ResourcesNone
Nicola TaylorParent
(VICE-CHAIR of GB)
16/09/21Finance and Resources (Chair)YesTaylor HR – Director
Jane MorganStaff21/06/2023Finance and ResourcesNo
Katie AndrewsCo-Opted01/09/2023Curriculum and StandardsNo
Claudia GriffinAssociate Member30/9/2021Curriculum and StandardsNo
Elaine DunnicliffeFoundation
(D.P.O.)
15/04/2021
(Term of office to be renewed)
Finance and ResourcesNo
Rev. Dave BrownFoundationex officioCurriculum and StandardsYesChurch Rector
David MarriottParent31/05/2023Finance and ResourcesYesRare Productions Ltd – Director
Rare Pantomimes Ltd – Director
Out Side The Box Productions Ltd – Director
Alison McMillan

Will Smith
Parent


Parent
31/03/2023


22/09/2024
Curriculum and Standards


Finance and Resources
No


Yes






Wife is a member of support staff

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