Role of the Governing body
The Governing body is made up of people from different groups, including parents, teachers and other staff, representatives from our Trust partners which include the local authority, local business and community.
A governor’s term of office usually lasts for four years.
The role of Governors is to provide a strategic view of the school, to ensure accountability and to be a critical friend. The Governing body is responsible for the overall direction of the school. It is not responsible for day to day matters which is the responsibility of the Headteacher Mr Loz Wilson. Governors also set and monitor targets, the school budget and the effectiveness of policies to ensure all students have a broad and balanced curriculum.
If you would like any information about becoming a governor at North Huddersfield Trust School then please contact the Chair of the Governing Body, Mr Phil Weston, via the school.
Governing body structure
Full Governing Body Chair – Mr Phil Weston
Vice-Chair – Mr Tim Winterburn
Standards Committee Chair – Mr Phil Weston
Finance Committee Chair – Mr Tim Pickup
Personnel Committee Chair – Mr Andi Briggs
Pupil Needs Committee Chair – rotation of committe members
Minutes of meetings
Copies are available on request to the Headteacher’s PA, Mrs Lindsay Taylor.