School Governors are people from the school’s community who wish to make a positive contribution to children’s education.
Governors are the largest volunteer force in the county and play an important part in raising school standards through their three key roles of:
- Setting strategic direction
- Ensuring accountability
- Monitoring and evaluating school performance.
Becoming a Governor
Please contact our school office if you are interested in becoming a school governor. More information on the role is also available here.
Contacting the Governors
The Governors of High Firs Primary School are listed below. If you wish to contact any member of the Governing Body please do so in writing via the school office.
Our School Governors
Our school governors are:
Mr S Geary (Parent Governor)
Miss C Rennie (Staff Governor)
Ms S Robertson (Community Governor)
Mr C Turtle (Headteacher Governor)
Mrs S Wilmot (Community Governor)
We currently have a vacancy for a Community Governor and a Parent Governor –
Click here for more information on our current Parent Governor nomination process. Nominations close on Thursday 31st October.
Please contact us if you are interested in becoming a Community Governor.
All governors have full voting rights on FGB and committees unless otherwise indicated.
Information on Committee Roles, Terms of Office & Declaration of Interests 2019-2020 – coming soon!
Minutes of all meetings (excluding confidential items) are available from the school on request.