Governors

Nether Edge Primary School

 

Who are the Governing Body?

 

Michele Nott – Headteacher
Ashfaq Khan – The Chair of Governors/ Parent Governor
Rhona Dodds – Co-opted Governor
Clive Belgeonne – Co-opted Governor
Collette Rehman – Vice Chair of Governors/Parent Governor
Kristen Hartman – Parent Governor
Jane Bell-Cole – Co-opted Governor

Ruth Hollingsworth – Assistant Headteacher of Mercia School / Co-opted Governor
Tania Tomlinson – Head of Inclusion at Handsworth Grange School / Co-opted Governor
Richard Veni- Co-opted Governor

 

THE ROLE OF THE SCHOOL GOVERNOR

Governors appoint the head teacher and deputy headteacher. It is the governors who hold the main responsibility for finance in schools and it is the governors who work with the headteacher to provide support (as a critical friend) in relation to: staffing, premises, finance and curriculum matters, as well as the balancing of resources. The main priority for governors is to provide the school with strategic direction, in order to ensure your children receive quality education. However, the ‘day-to-day’ operational running of the school remains solely the remit of the headteacher.

 

What does the Nether Edge Primary School Governing Body do?

The Governing Body has three main functions:

  1. It is responsible for ensuring the vision, ethos, values (SHAPE) are maintained.
  2. It is responsible for ensuring accountability, with regards to the educational achievements of pupils and the performance management of staff.
  3. It is responsible for overseeing the financial performance of the school.

 

When does the Nether Edge Primary School Governing Body meet?

The Governing Body at Nether Edge Primary School meets each half term, in the evenings. The lead governor sets the agenda, in discussion with the relevant school Senior Leader. This allows the governing body to hear reports directly from the school's Senior Leaders and for in-depth discussion in each of the key areas.

Governors also attend school regularly to meet with pupils and staff, and to take part in whole school activities and events.

The finance committee meets each half term.

 

Governors have a range of skills. These include education, HR, finance, data, ICT, procurement, communication, leadership and administration. We are always happy to hear from people who have relevant skills and are interested in being a Governor at Nether Edge Primary School. If you would like to know more about the role of the Governor, please contact the Chair.

 

How do I contact the Governing Body?

The Governing Board can be contacted through the Chair, Ashfaq Khan, via the school office on 0114 255 0926 or by email enquiries@netheredge.sheffield.sch.uk.

 

 

Who are Mercia Learning Trust?

The school is part of a Multi-Academy Trust involving a number of other local schools. The trust has its own board of trustees.  You can contact them on 0114 349 4230 or by email enquiries@merciatrust.co.uk.

 

Their address is 

Head Office
79 Glen Road
Sheffield
S7 1RB

More details of the Trust itself and the Trustees can be found on the Trust's own website. 

https://www.merciatrust.co.uk/

 

Get in touch

Glen Road

Sheffield

S7 1RB

0114 255 0926