Please click here for Department of Education site 'Get Information About Schools', which has further information about our Governors, including their date of appointment, who they were appointed by the date they stepped down (where applicable) and term of office.
St Wulstan's has an active and enthusiastic governing body, which support the school in delivering the best education for its children. The Governing body is divided into sub-committees which allow the members to gather a greater depth of understanding in specific areas. They are:
- Standards and Provision - How well the children are doing and what is being done to improve outcomes for everyone.
- Finance and Resources - How the school is using its budget to give the children the very best education.
All governors have different roles within the governing body and have special areas that they monitor through talking to school leaders, teachers and children. This if often done through coming into school and seeing what happens every day.
Chair of Governors: Mrs Anna Lindop (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Vice Chair: Mrs Sharon Brammeld
Chair of committees: Mr Jason Kingston (Finance and Resources) and Mrs Anna Lindop (Standards and Provision)
Mrs S Brammeld (RE, Catholic Life, Collective Worship and Wider Curriculum)
Mrs C McCourt (EYFS and PE)
Mrs K Templeton (SEND)
Mr G Murray (Standards and English and Maths and Curriculum Coherence)
Mrs A Lindop (Safeguarding/ Pupil Premium and other vulnerable groups)
Mrs K Harwood (HR and Compliance)
Parent Governors: Mr J Kingston (Health and Safety and Estates Management)
Mrs L Smith
Staff Governors: Miss N Shone (Assistant Headteacher)
Co-opted Governors: Mrs E Walker (Deputy Headteacher)
Clerk to the Governors: Carole Stone (Entrust Clerking Services)
The designated governor for safeguarding is Mrs Anna Lindop
Governors reconstituted on becoming academy on April 1st, 2017. The governors are committed to ensuring that the school is led and managed well. Governors have taken part in a wealth of training opportunities to ensure that their role is carried out effectively.