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Three Bridges Primary School

Three Bridges Primary School

  • Learn, Enjoy, Achieve
  • Respect, Nurture
  • Engage
  • Resilience

Our Governors

Message from the Chair of Governors 

On behalf of the governors, I would like to briefly set out why we are so proud of our school, our top class teaching staff and the amazing children who attend.  Children who attend Three Bridges regularly tell us how much they enjoy learning and visitors are always impressed by the children’s thirst for knowledge, their politeness and support for each other. The vision for the school is clear - that we aim to create a life- long love for learning. This is central to Three Bridges Primary school and, as parents and carers; you play a key part in supporting that through encouraging and inspiring your amazing children.

The governing body oversee setting the strategy for the school, holding the head teacher to account and ensuring robust financial plans. We monitor this through visits, conversations with the school community and monitoring meetings. It is a great honour to get to see the brilliant work that goes on in this ‘transformation factory’ of a school.

I am sure you will agree that Three Bridges Primary school is a great school for your child to grow and become lifelong LEARNERs (Learn; Enjoy; Achieve; Respect; Nurture; Engage and Resilience).

If you ever want to have a conversation about what being a governor involves or have any great ideas to help support you or encourage your child, please don’t hesitate to come find us or drop us an email anytime.

John Connell, Chair of Governors

Behaviour at Three Bridges Primary School

The Governing body believes that all members of our school community should be able to learn, work and achieve their full potential in a safe, secure and inclusive environment. We value the strong relationships that exist throughout the school which lead to mutual respect and encourages good behaviour. Expectations are communicated through use of the Golden Rules. This school has a behaviour policy which is available to view on the website along with an Anti-bullying policy and information.

Governing Body of Three Bridges Primary School

Name

Roles

Type

Dates

Register of Business (or Pecuniary) Interest

John Connell

  • Chair of Governors
  • School Development Plan
  • Outcomes and Provision Committee

Co-opted

20/9/18 to 19/9/22

None

Nick Palmer

  • Vice Chair
  • Pay Review and Headteacher Performance
  • 3 Year Plan delivery
  • Annual Documents
  • Leadership and Management Committee

Co-opted

20/9/18 to 19/9/22

None

Andrew Eley

  • Chair of Leadership and Management Committee
  • Safeguarding

Co-opted

10/7/18 to 9/7/22

None

Zahid Basit Mir

  • Community Link
  • Website Auditor
  • Outcomes and Provision Committee

Co-opted

20/6/19 to 19/6/22

None

Gary Stockton

  • Outcomes and Provision Committee

Co-opted

10/7/18 to 9/7/22

None

Michelle Fitzgerald-Lees

  • Inclusion
  • Leadership and Management Committee

Parent

15/10/18 to 14/10/21

None

Ricardo Johannes

 

  • Chair of Outcomes and Provision Committee
  • Link Governor

Parent

15/10/18 to 14/10/21

None

Kesiena Folami

  • Health and Safety
  • EYFS
  • Outcomes and Provision Committee

Parent

29/6/18 to 28/6/21

None

Hailey Tierney

  • Outcomes and Provision Committee

Staff

20/9/18 to 17/4/20 (resigned)

None

Emma Rogers

  • Leadership and Management Committee
Parent 11/11/19 to 10/11/22 None

Trudy Emberson

  • Outcomes and Provision Committee
  • Leadership and Management Committee

Headteacher

1/9/16 to 31/8/2115

None

Harminder Sandhu

  • Outcomes and Provision Committee
Local Authority 7/4/20 - 6/4/24 None

REGISTER OF BUSINESS OR PECUNIARY INTEREST

The table above indicates whether a governor has a business or pecuniary interest.  Governors have a statutory obligation to list any relevant business and pecuniary interests recorded in the Statutory Register of Business (or Pecuniary) Interests. This includes governance roles in other educational institutions; any material interests arising from relationships between governors or relationships between governors and school staff (including spouses, partners and close relatives). The register is reviewed annually.