Dorridge Primary School

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Work in partnership SCHOOL AIMS

Independent life-long learners SCHOOL AIMS

Make a positive contribution SCHOOL AIMS

Respectful, tolerant and responsible citizen SCHOOL AIMS

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Governors

Dorridge Primary School Governing Body

The Governing Body is made up of parents, teaching and non-teaching staff and co-opted representatives from the local community.  The Governors work in close partnership with the Headteacher and staff to promote high standards of educational achievement.  The Full Governing Body, Resources and Education sub-committees meet formally once a term.

The Governors are happy to be contacted at any time if parents have any matters they wish to discuss. 

The Chair of the Governing Body is Antoinette Fisher, contact with whom can be made through the School. Parent Governors are elected by parents and can make representation on their behalf but they are not delegates and have no obligation to report back to parents as a body.

LA Governors

Head Teacher Governor

 
Mrs A Fisher (Chair Of Governors) Mrs R Ashe  
     

Parent Governors

Co-opted Governors

Staff Governors

Ms A Bather Mrs A Doyle Mrs J Hales
Mr A Edginton Mr M Fortune  
Mrs T Langford (Vice Chair of Governors Mr R P Hughes  
Mrs J Pickard Mrs I Sethu   
 Mrs L Rippington    

All Governors may be contacted via the School Office

PDF iconInstrument of Governance

PDF iconDorridge Primary School Governor Attendance 2016.2017

PDF iconDorridge Primary School Governor Attendance 2015.2016

PDF iconDorridge Primary School Governing Body Attendance And Pecuniary Interests 2016.2017

PDF iconDorridge Primary School Governing Body Attendance And Pecuniary Interests 2015.2016

PDF iconDorridge Primary School Governor Pen Portraits

PDF iconGovernor Handbook Spring 2017