The Governing Board is a federation of Gayton and Middleton Church of England Primary Academies.
The board was formed in December 2018 as a partnership of the two schools.
The board members of the federation are:
The board meets monthly and fulfils the functions of usual committees during these meetings.
The governing body has three main functions.
Primary responsibility for these functions is held by the DNEAT Board of Trustees, but it delegates responsibility to the local governing body of each academy via a Scheme of Delegation. Our Scheme of Delegation for this academic year can be found on the web site.
Our priorities for the coming year are:-
Challenging leaders at all levels maintain a sharper focus in plans and practice on what is being done to improve teaching and learning and what impact this is having on improving more rapidly the progress that pupils and groups of pupils are making.
Challenging teachers have high expectations of all pupils and set work at the right level for pupils by taking account of what they already know and can do, and what they need to learn next.
We always welcome suggestions, feedback and ideas from parents – please contact the Chair of Governors via the Academy office on 01553 636267
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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