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In recognition of the expansion to the school, the Governing Board was re-constituted 23rd November 2020 and comprises 13 governors in total:-
- The Headteacher
- 3 Elected Parent Governors
- 1 Staff Governor
- 1 Local Authority Governor
- 7 other Co-opted Governors
The Chair and Vice Chair are elected annually at the first meeting of the academic year and this list will be updated as a consequence. The current governing board and their term of office is:
|Governor Name||Term of Office||Role/Responsibility|
|Mrs Angela Robinson||25.06.16 - 24.06.23||Chair of Governors, LA Governor|
|Mr Stewart Wiles||24.06.17 - 23.06.21||Vice Chair, Co-opted Governor|
|Mr Scott Dainty||01/01/2021||Headteacher|
|Mr Mike Ellson||24.06.17 - 23.06.21||Co-opted Governor|
|Mr David Farmer||06.03.17 - 05.03.21||Chair of Curriculum & Standards, Co-opted Governor|
|Mrs Erin Owen||02.03.20 - 02.03.24||Co-opted Governor|
|Mrs Sarah Prosser||23.11.20 - 22.11.24||Co-opted Governor|
|Mr Sean Prosser||06.03.17 - 05.03.21||Chair of Resources, Co-opted Governor|
|Mrs Jenny Grove||11.11.20 - 10.11.22||Staff Governor|
|Mrs Karen Abel||23.10.20 - 22.10.23||Parent Governor|
|Mrs Charlene Bent||24.11.20 - 23.11.23||Parent Governor|
|Mr Andy Mannion||23.10.20 - 22.10.23||Parent Governor|
|Mrs Claire Griffith||Associate Member|
|Mrs Sue Hope||Associate Member|
|Miss Gemma Hartop||01.09.17 -||Clerk to the Governors|
Completed governor declaration forms are held in school for all members but summarised below:
|Name||Appointed by||Business Interests||Other School Relationships||Other Relationships||Date declared|
|Mr Scott Dainty||N/A||None||None||Headteacher||January 2021|
|Mrs Karen Abel||Parent||None||None||Parent of Pupil||October 2020|
|Mrs Charlene Bent||Parent||None||None||Parent of Pupil||November 2020|
|Mr Mike Ellson||Co-opted||None||None||None||January 2021|
|Mr David Farmer||Co-opted||None||None||None||September 2020|
|Mrs Claire Griffiths (Associate Member)||N/A||None||Family member to another staff member||Member of school staff||September 2020|
|Mrs Jenny Grove||Staff||None||None||Member of School Staff||November 2020|
|Mrs Sue Hope (Associate Member)||N/A||None||None||Member of School Staff||September 2020|
|Mr Andy Mannion||Parent||None||None||Parent of Pupil||October 2020|
|Mrs Erin Owen||Co-opted||None||None||Parent of pupils||September 2020|
|Mrs Sarah Prosser||Parent||None||None||Married to another govenor||November 2020|
|Mr Sean Prosser||Co-opted||None||None||Married to another govenor||November 2020|
|Mrs Angela Robinson||LA||None||None||None||September 2020|
|Mr Stewart Wiles||Co-opted||None||None||None||November 2020|
Details on the role and responsibilities of a school governor can be found on this link.
Henry Chichele Primary School
“Everyone working together for life-long learning”
Every child has the opportunity to learn in an inclusive, safe and supportive environment.
Every child is motivated to become a creative, independent leaner who will reach their full potential.
Every child has the opportunity to develop skills, knowledge and understanding to use existing and new innovations.
Every child develops the necessary attributes to participate as a confident and responsible citizen in our ever changing global community.
Our National Curriculum subjects are planned to enable us to teach them through an exciting thematic approach. Pupils are encouraged to transfer the skills and knowledge gained in one subject and apply them to another. Pupils are invited to contribute to the content of every theme and evaluate their own learning. The school promotes learning through the teaching of the 5R’s; Resilience, Reflection, Resourcefulness, Risk Taking and Relationships.
Never give up; set targets and practise; have a positive attitude; find interest in what you do.
Listen to different opinions; learn from mistakes; ask why; stay calm.
Listen to different ways; use imagination; look at other options; ask good questions; make links; gather evidence.
Have a go; don’t be afraid to be wrong; get started; choose a method.
Work effectively as part of a team; know right from wrong; be a good listener; show empathy; share and give reasons.
Whole School Themes and Special Days
A series of subject ‘theme days’ take place during the academic year which are either linked to current issues or guided by the subject coordinator. This enables us to look at religions; famous people; artists; current issues etc. These days also provide us with a great opportunity to develop cross curricular work; enter competitions; develop projects and work with external providers; celebrate religious festivals; national days of interest or develop topics suggested by the pupils via the School Council.
We regularly hold special days to reflect real time/life events, invite visitors to our classes/assemblies and participate in visits to promote British values.
We strongly believe that children are learners both in and out of school. Therefore we encourage learning at home; organise a range of experiences including visits to places of educational interest and invite specialists into school. We offer extra-curricular activities and children in Years 4 and 6 participate in residential trips.
We provide a curriculum overview for each year group and an information letter each term for parents; these are sent home with children and made available on the website.