Why do schools have governors?

The law requires each school to have a governing body made up of people who represent many interested parties (including parents, teachers, the local authority and the community) and its task is to oversee the running of the school at a strategic level.

Characteristics of Governing Bodies

Governors are people who have an interest in the role of schools in society and wish to make a positive contribution to their communities. One key task for governing bodies is to promote high standards of educational achievement.

Who are our Governors?

Caton Primary School Governing Body Membership 2021 – 22

Local Authority (1) : Mr J Gordon

Co-opted (5) : Mr J Hewitt (Chair of Governors); Mr S Clarkson (Vice Chair of Governors); Mr R Griffiths; two vacancies

Parents (4) : Mr M Dobras; Mrs L Taylor; Mrs B Stones; Mrs S Pennington

Staff (1) : Mrs E Cain

Headteacher : Ms G Bowskill

For further information about committees, responsibilities and attendance of governors, please view the pages:

‘Governors’ Attendance and Register of Interests’

Meeting attendance 2020-2021

Gail Bowskill
Gail BowskillHead Teacher
Jonathan Hewitt
Jonathan HewittChair of Governors
Steve Clarkson
Steve ClarksonVice-Chair of Governors, Chair of Resources Committee
John Gordon
John GordonVice-Chair of Resources Committee
Ellie Cain
Ellie CainStaff Governor
Laura Taylor
Laura TaylorParent Governor
Becky Stones
Becky StonesParent Governor
Maciek Dobras
Maciek DobrasParent Governor
Bob Griffiths
Bob GriffithsGovernor
Sarah Pennington
Sarah PenningtonParent Governor
Governors Attendance & Register of Interests