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Governors

Name of Governor

Category of Governor

Roll & Committee membership

Frances Blois Foundation Deanery

Resources

Trustee

Robin Duttson Elected Parent  Achievement, community & values

Jim Glen

Vice Chair

Foundation PCC

Treasurer

Resources

Admissions panel

Ted Gush Foundation PCC Resources
Nick Kent Local Authority

Resources (Chair)

Pay

Trustee

Sarah Kowenicki Elected Parent Achievement, community & values
Edward Barker Foundation Deanery

Health & Safety governor

Resources

Sue Padget Associate Admissions panel
Judith Richardson Foundation PCC

Safeguarding link governor

Achievement, community & values

Resources

Miles Ridley Headteacher

All committees

Admissions panel

Trustee

Samantha Sharples

 

Staff governor

 

Achievements & standards

 

Mr K Walsh   Foundation  Deanery Achievement, community & values (Chair)

Fr R Williamson

Chair

Foundation – Vicar of St Peter’s Church

Achievement, community & values

Resources

Pay

Register of Interests – St. Peter’s Eaton Square CE Primary School as at 17th December 2019.

Name

Nature and Name of Business

Other positions of interest through employment, sponsorship or public office.

Additional governorships

Relationship between governors and members of school staff including spouses, partners and relatives.

Date of entry.

Edward Barker

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

19 9 19

Frances Blois

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

19 9 19

Robin Dutton

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

9 12 19

Edward Gush

Business Consultant

 

Typeright Touch Typing Tutors Ltd

Nil

Wife Amanda Gush, runs afterschool typing clubs.

19 9 19

James Glen

Westminster City Councillor

For Tachbrook Ward

St Peter’s Church Trading Ltd

Trustee, St Peter’s, Eaton Square PCC

Westminster Trees Trust

Trustee, Westminster Almshouses

Deputy Cabinet member for Family Services & Public Health,

Chair of the LA Governor panel

Westminster ‘Cycling Champion’

Nil

Nil

19 9 19

Nicholas Kent

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

19 9 19

Sarah Kowenicki

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

19 9 19

Judith Richardson

Nil

Nil

Foundation governor, St Paul’s Walworth Appt Sept 2015

Nil

19 9 19

Miles Ridley

Nil

Headteacher St Peter’s Eaton Square

Nil

Nil

19 9 19

Samantha Sharples-Owen

Nil

Staff member –  St Peter’s Eaton Square

Nil

Nil

19 9 19

Kevin Walsh

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

19 9 19

Fr Ralph Williamson

Nil

Vicar St Peter’s Church

Nil

Nil

19 9 19

Elle Dormer – Tenure completed 17 11 19

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

19 9 19

Jason Khan – tenure completed 10 5 19

Nil

Nil

Fulham Boys School –  appointed

 1 5 18

Nil

8 10 18

Anna Nicola Sansom – resigned 5 7 19

Nil

Nil

Nil

Nil

17 10 17

 

 

 

 

Governor List – St Peter’s CE Primary School Eaton Square – Sept to 17 December 2019

Name of Governor Category of Governor & appointing body Term of office Committee membership Position of Responsibility. Governing body meetings attended Sept 2018 – July 2019
Edward Barker

Foundation

Westminster (St Margaret) Deanery

1/1/19 – 31/12/23

Governor Panels

Achievement, Community &

Values

Health & Safety Link Governor

FGB –       2 out of 2

A,C&V –     N/A

Frances Blois

Foundation

London Diocesan Board of Schools

1/9/14 – 30/8/22

Resources

Governor panels

Trustee

 

Res-         4 out of 5

FGB –       4 out of 4

Trus –      2 out of 2

 

Elle Dormer

Elected Parent

Parents

17/11/15 – 16/11/19

Tenure completed

Achievement, Community & Values

Governor panels

SEND link governor

A,C&V  –  2 out of 3

FGB –       3 out of 4

Robin Duttson

Elected Parent

Parents

9/12/19 – 8/12/23 Governor Panels   N/A
James Glen

Foundation

Parochial Church Council – St Peter’s Church

1/10/16- 30/9/20

Resources

Pay Committee

Governor panels

Vice Chair of Governors. Treasurer

Res    –     5 out of 5

FGB –       3 out of 4

Pay-          1 out of 1

Edward Gush

Foundation

Parochial Church Council – St Peter’s Church

17/10/13 – 15/10/21

Resources

Governor panels

 

F & P –     5 out of 5

FGB –       4 out of 4

Nick Kent

Local Authority

Bi-Borough

15/12/12 – 13/12/20

Resources

Governor panels

Pay committee

Trustee

Chair of Resources

Chair of Pay Committee

Chair of Trustees

Res    –     5 out of 5

Pay –        1 out of 1

FGB –        3 out of 4

Trus –        2 out of 2

Jason Khan

Elected Parent

Parents

11/5/15 -10/5/19 – tenure completed    

Res –         1 out of 3

FGB –        3 out of 3

Sarah Kowenicki

Elected Parent

Parents

19/6/19 – 18/6/23 Governor panels   FGB          1 out of 1

Ben Morgan –

 

Foundation

London Diocesan Board for Schools

31/12/14 – 30/12/18 – resigned 27/11/18    

Res –         1 out of 2

FGB –       1 out of 2

Dr. Judith Richardson

Foundation

Parochial Church Council – St Peter’s Church

23/11/13 -20/11/21

Achievement, Community & Values

Governor panels

Safeguarding Governor

A,C&V –    3 out of 3

FGB –        4 out of 4

Miles Ridley Headteacher Ex Officio – appointed 1/9/16

Resources

Achievement, Community & Values

Admissions

Pay committee

Trustee

 

Res –         4 out of 5

A,C&V –    3 out of 3

FGB –        4 out of 4

Pay –         1 out of 1

Tru –         1 out of 2

Nicky Sansom

Co-opted

Governing Body

 

11/9/17 – 10/9/21 –resigned 5/7/19    

FGB –       1 out of 4

Res   –      1 out of 5

Samantha Sharples

Staff

Staff at St Peter’s School

27/9/16 – 26/9/20

Achievement, Community & Values

 

 

A,C&V –   1 out of 3

FGB –      3 out of 4

 

Dr. Kevin Walsh

Foundation

Westminster (St Margaret) Deanery

1/11/16- 31/10/20

Achievement, Community & Values

Governor Panels

Chair of Achievement, Community & Values

 

A,C&V –   3 out of 3

FGB –       3 out of 4

Fr Ralph Williamson Foundation – Vicar of St Peter’s Church Ex Officio

Achievement, Community & Values

Pay Committee

Trustee

Governor panels

Chair of Governors

 

FGB –       4 out of 4

Res   –      3 out of 5

A,C&V –   1 out of 2

Pay  –       1 out of 1

Tru –        1 out of 2

 

 

 

 

What do governors do?

Parent governors are elected for four years (but may stand down before this) and may complete their term of office after their children have left the school.

 

The Governing Body includes the Headteacher, one staff governor, two parent governors, one Local Authority governor appointed by the Bi-Borough, one co-opted governor, and eight foundation governors who are appointed by the foundation bodies of voluntary aided schools.

 

The Governing Body has an important role in the school. Its main responsibility is to promote high standards of achievement, and it does this by working with the Headteacher and staff and overseeing the development of the school. This includes:

  • Agreeing the school’s aims, policies, targets and priorities
  • Ensuring the school achieves high standards for all learners
  • Making sure money is spent wisely
  • Making sure the curriculum is broad and balanced
  • Acting as a link between the local community and the school

Full meetings are held at least four times per year for about 2 hours each and governors are also expected to join at least one committee which consider matters in more detail; these each meet three times per year for about 1.5 hours each time.

 

The Governing Body works as a team, reflecting the views and interests of parents, staff, the local authority and the community. While governors are representatives of their electorate or appointing body, they are not delegates and cannot be mandated to vote in any particular way. Each governor’s main duty is to the best interests of the pupils and the school.

 

Governors are volunteers but may claim for expenses such as travel or childcare.

 

ELIGIBILITY TO STAND AND VOTE IN PARENT GOVERNOR ELECTIONS

 

The following parents are eligible to stand as and vote for parent governors:

 

  • natural parents with parental responsibility, whether or not they live with a child – unless there is a court order prohibiting contact
  • natural parents’ partners living with the child
  • those who have actual or legal custody – this could include foster parents, grandparents or other relatives etc.

 

You will be able to be nominated as a parent governor provided that you

 

  • are over 18 years of age
  • are not bankrupt or disqualified as a company director
  • have not been removed as a charity trustee
  • are not barred by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) from working with children or young people or disqualified as an independent school manager
  • have not been sentenced to a term of imprisonment of three months or more in the last five years, 2 ½ years or more in the last twenty years or five years or more at any time
  • have not been fined for causing a nuisance or disturbance on school premises within the last five years
  • are not an elected councillor on Westminster City Council
  • do not work at the school for more than 500 hours a year

 

A Disclosure and Barring Service check will be undertaken if you are successful. This is a statutory requirement and you will not be able to formally take up the post until this has been completed.

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