Please click on the links below to read more about our governors, what their role is and all that they have been doing to date.
The Governing Board at Kimpton Primary School (FGB) are passionate about delivering our school vision: 'students are safe and happy, inspired by a love of learning, achieving today and ready for tomorrow'.
We work with the school setting the strategic direction, vision and ethos. We oversee the financial performance of the school and, as a critical friend, we hold the headteacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its students. The following correspondence to parents and carers neatly reflects the board's perspective on the school's ongoing developmental journey:
In turn, our Code of Conduct can be found here:
The school Governing Board consists of two parent governors, one staff governor, the headteacher, nine co-opted governors and a local authority governor. To maximise our effectiveness we have two co-chairs and organise ourselves into two main committees and several specialist working groups. You can see our Board Structure here:
We are committed group of unpaid volunteers. Alongside undertaking specialist tasks as part of a working group and visiting the school once a term, each governor also strives to attend committee meetings and six full governing body meetings a year. You can see our latest Record of Attendance here:
Copies of previous approved minutes of our meetings can be obtained on request by contacting the school office.
If you would like to speak to any of the Governors, please feel free to approach us at school events, or contact the school office. Please also contact the school office if you are interested in becoming a governor. To find out more about each governor please read their individual bios via the Who We Are page above.