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Governing Board Attendance

Governors are expected to attend all meetings and contribute to moving the school forwards:


The Role of a School Governor

School governors are members of a school’s Governing Board. They have responsibility for raising school standards through their three key roles of setting strategic direction, ensuring accountability and monitoring & evaluating school performance. They are the largest volunteer force in the country. Governors are made up of parents, staff, members of the community and an appointed representative from the Local Authority

Grange Primary Schools Governing Board 2021-2022


Chair of Governors:  Ms C Kirkland ( H&S Link Governor, Premises Link Governor, Sustainability Link Governor, ARMS unit Link Governor)
Vice Chair of Governors:  Mrs K Atkinson (Safeguarding Link Governor/ T&L Link Governor/Curriculum Link Governor)
Headteacher:  Mr D. Kerbel
Clerk:  Ms Tara Oldham
Staff Governor: Mr I Ali (SEND Link Governor)
Parent Governors: Mr M Djama (Parental Engagement Link Governor)
Ms P Bhavagarni (Parental Engagement Link Governor)
Co-Opted Governors: Ms S Armstrong(EYFS Link Governor/Wellbeing & Behaviour for Learning Link Governor)
Ms K Atkinson
Mr T Rogers (Chair of CASC/T&L Link Governor)
Mr D Mistry (Data Protection Link Governor)
Mr R Sonpal Curriculum Link Governor/Pupil Premium Link Governor)
Ms D Kutmutia (Website Link Governor)
Local Authority Governor: Ms C Kirkland


Grange Primary Committee Membership 2021-2022

Resources Committee
Mr D Mistry(Chair)
Ms C Kirkland 
Mr R Sonpal
Ms D Kutmutia
Mr D Kerbel


Curriculum Achievement & Staffing Committee
Mr T Rogers (Chair)
Mrs K Atkinson
Ms S Armstrong
Mr I Ali
Ms P Bhavagarni
Mr M Djama
Mr. D Kerbel


Headteacher Performance Management
Mrs K Atkinson (Chair)
Mr R Sonpal


Pay Committee Performance Management 
Ms C Kirkland (Vice Chair)
Ms  S Armstrong 
Mr T Rodgers
Mr. D Mistry


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