Governors

The Broadstone Hall school vision states that “It is strategically managed by a governing body that can constructively challenge, guide, monitor and moderate progress towards shared goals for the school.” Our governing body is well represented from all parts of the community; including parents, teachers and other professionals.

We are active and well informed about the school’s work. Our members work hard to keep abreast of developments and challenge ideas in our role as critical partners. The focus at every meeting of our governing body is to ensure equality of opportunity for every pupil and tackle any form of discrimination. We are committed to the school mission statement and seek to ensure that all children and staff feel valued and are encouraged to fulfil their potential.

If you wish to contact a governor in the first instance please contact the school office.

"Governors are very supportive and knowledgeable. They are a reflective group and have improved their procedures for holding leaders to account for the achievement of pupils. They make effective use of the information they receive and this enhances their strategic role." Ofsted Report March 2017

Being a Governor is challenging and can take up a lot of time but is also very rewarding. At the moment our Governing Body is full but vacancies for Parent Governor do come up. If you are interested in being a Governor of Broadstone Hall please email info@broadstonehall.stockport.sch.uk with brief details about what you can offer our school.

Our Governing Body acts as the ‘critical friend’ of the school. It is made up of volunteers from all areas of the community, who meet regularly to discuss important aspects of running the school. As Governors, we are always welcome into school and try to get involved as much as we can so that we are familiar with the curriculum and the way that the school operates on a day to day basis. We do this so that we can identify what the school is really good at and what areas we could improve.

 

 

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