As we are part of an Academy Trust we have a local governing body and also a Trust Board. The Chair of Governors for Birstall Primary Academy also sits on the Trust Board as a representative.
A Message from the Chair of Governors
Choosing the right school is very important as we all want our children to have the best start in life. Birstall Primary Academy understands this and we have worked hard to ensure that every child has the opportunity to achieve their full potential. The school offers children an exciting curriculum which they themsleves help to shape, a skilled and dedicated staff team and excellent resources for children to discover learning is enjoyable.
Children at our school have a voice and we act on their suggestions and comments. We are proud of our exciting innovations such as pupils teaching their own lessons, our life skills sessions and our community classes.
We are not a school who rests on its laurels! We are constantly trying to improve and keep improving life chances for our pupils. We were described by OFSTED as being an inclusive school and we actively promote equality and celebrate diversity.
On behalf of all the governors I would like to encourage you to come and visit our super school and see for yourself our happy and enthusiastic children. I am always available should you wish to speak to me- just contact the school office.
Dan Spencer, Chair of Governors
The key responsibilities of the governing body are to:
– Ensure the quality of educational provision
– Evaluate pupil outcomes
– Challenge and monitor performance
– Take decisions about personnel management
– Manage financial, physical and human resources
– Raise concerns with the Chief Executive of the Focus-Trust in a timely manner
Membership of the Local Governing Body
Chair of Governors: Mr Dan Spencer
Vice Chair of Governors: Ms Anne Pugh
Parent governor: Mrs Adele Appleyard
Parent governor: Mr Andrew Stollery
Trust governor: Mr Richard Black
Trust governor: Mrs Michelle Cowan
Staff governor: Mrs Jayde Weir
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