Foundation Governor Vacancies.
If you know of someone else who may be interested in becoming a foundation governor, please pass this information on to them.
Could you become a Foundation Governor?
If so, you could become a foundation governor.
What is a foundation governor?
Foundation Governors have a particular responsibility within Church Schools to preserve and develop the Christian character and ethos of the school and to build the community of schools throughout the Diocese.
Foundation Governors are normally practising Christians, but as a school governor, a Foundation Governor is more than a Church representative. They are a full governor with an equal share of the responsibility for things such as: supporting the school; developing the school improvement plan; making budgetary decisions; holding the headteacher to account; and monitoring the implementation of school policies. It is therefore necessary for all governors to have some skills which can support these responsibilities.
What qualities do I need to become a foundation governor?
A foundation governor at a Church school should be a Christian. However, you do not need to be an education professional and in fact it is useful for governors to have skills from other areas of life, for example financial, legal, HR, or health and safety.
What will I be asked to do as a foundation governor?
You should expect to:
How do I become a school governor?
If you would like to find out more about being a foundation governor please contact firstname.lastname@example.org