PHS Governing Body

In March 2015 the governing body of Patcham High School was reconstituted and there are now 18 governors in total made up from several different categories.
All governors commit to working within the Patcham High School governors code of conduct.
Category and method of appointment Number Current membership Term of appointment
Staff-Headteacher Governor.Appointment to office.
1
John McKee
 01.09.2016 –
Staff Governor.Election.
All members of staff entitled to vote and stand
1
Laura Carney
 01.09.2015 – 31.08.2019
Parent Governor.Election. All parents/carers entitled to vote and stand
4
2 Vacancies
Natasha Marris
Charles Miller Cooper
Carmelo Rafala
Claire Wilkins
02.10.2013 – 01.10.2017
02.10.2013 – 01.10.2017
06.01.2017 – 05.01.2021
06.01.2017 – 05.01.2017
Local Authority.Governing body selects from applicants put forward by Local Authority.
1
Geoffrey Theobald
31.8.2014 – 30.08.2018
Co-opted Governor.Governing body selects on the basis of skills, knowledge and experience.
11
Caroline Greenfield
Stephen Berry
Dianne Bonner
Anthony Craggs
Sarah Fitzjohn-Scott
Juliet Greenwood
Anthony Lawes
Andrew Saunders
Michael Sandeman
Lee Watts
14.3.2016 – 13.7.2020
25.3.2015 – 24.3.2019
25.3.2015 – 24.3.2019
25.3.2015 – 24.3.2019
25.3.2015 – 24.3.2019
25.3.2015 – 24.3.2019
25.3.2015 – 24.3.2019
25.3.2015 – 24.3.2019
25.3.2015 – 24.3.2019
01.12.2015-30.11.2016
Associate member appointed by governors
1
Helen Arnold Jenkins
20.02.2017-19.02.2021
Governors who stepped down in the past year were:
Sally Killick (parent governor) elected 2.10.13 stepped down 12.12.2016
Paula Sargent (headteacher staff governor) appointed 01.01.2000 stepped down 31.8.2016
Tracey Edwards (co-opted) appointed 25.3.15 stepped down 14.7.16
Note Caroline Greenfield stepped down as parent governor 14.7.16. She had been appointed 12.10.12

Register of Governors Interests

Governors declare any pecuniary or other interest at the time of application or appointment, annually and at each meeting.  Should a conflict arise they withdraw from that part of the meeting and do not vote on that item.  The annual register of interests is published here.

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