Holbeck Hill, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 3BW
How to contact the Governors
The Chair of Governors, Mrs Jayne Fountain and the Clerk to the Governors, Mr. Mick Prince, can be contacted through the School’s office.
Please call 01723 360239.
Meeting dates for the Governing Body and Committees
The Full Governing Body and the regular Committees meet throughout the year. The dates for those meetings in the current academic year are listed below.
Dates Meeting of Committee
|6.30pm on: 6th February 2018 Admissions|
|7pm on : 26th September 2017, 5th December 2017, 27th March 2018, 10th July 2018||Full Governing Body|
|6.30pm on: 14th September 2017, 7th November 2017, 30th January 2018, 24th April 2018||Curriculum|
|8pm on : 21st November 2017, 13th March 2018 6.30pm on: 26th June 2018||Premises|
|6.30pm on : 21st November 2017, 13th March 2018 8.00pm on: 26th June 2018||Finance|
|6.30pm on: 23rd November 2017, 15th March 2018, 28th June 2018||
*How to become a Governor
If you are interested in knowing more about serving as a governor of St Martin's please contact Jayne Fountain, the Chair of Governors through school on 01723 360 239 or send an email for her attention to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also find further helpful information on school governance generally by visiting the following websites:
National Governace Association www.nga.org.uk
Diocese of York www.dioceseofyork.org.uk/supporting schools
North Yorkshire County Council www.northyorks.gov.uk/educationandlearning/school governors
Department of Education www.gov.uk
For a more detailed explanation of the role and obligations of school governors you might like read the Department of Education publications "Governance Handbook" and "Competency framework for governance" , which are regularly updated. They can be easily found by searching the respective title name on the gov.uk website.
As well as complying with its statutory requirements, our Governing Body has chosen to adopt successive editions of the National Governance Association Code of Conduct (without amendment) and to abide by the seven Nolan Principles of Public Life as set out in that code. The code provides part of a framework for excellence in governance by clearly setting out the expectations on and commitment required from every serving governor, thereby enabling the Governing Body to properly carry out its work within school community and the wider community beyond.
Our Governors: Their roles and standing committee membership
As we start the academic year 17/18 we are in the final stages of our formal reconstitution which will result in the composition appearing below. All governors are members of the curriculum committee, which reflects the importance of this committee to the core function of governance.
Staff Ex officio: Alison Stephenson (Headteacher) - member of all committees
Parent: Jim Tingay (Vice Chair) - Premises, Personnel, Pay, Curriculum
Parent: Anne Brand - Curriculum, Premises, Admissions
Local Authority: Ann Midgley - Finance, Personnel, Pay, Admissions
Staff: - Sally Hick - Curriculum
Co-opted: Guy Baumann - Curriculum
Foundation (Deanery): Mike Colbeck - Finance, Curriculum
Foundation (Deanery): Andy Duncan - Curriculum, Admissions
Foundation (Deanery): Jayne Fountain (Chair) - Finance, Personnel, Premises, Pay, Curriculum
Foundation (Deanery): James Crick - Curriculum, Finance
Foundation (Ex officio): Fr David Dixon - Curriculum, Admissions
Foundation (PCC): Louise Hanks - Curriculum, Personnel, Pay
Foundation (PCC): Vacant
Foundation (PCC): Vacant
Associate (non-voting): Richard Hodgson - Premises
Link Governor Roles
For academic year 2017/2018
English - Jayne Fountain
Maths - Mike Colbeck
PE - Jayne Fountain
Pupil Premium - James Crick
SEND - Guy Baumann
Child Protection & Safeguarding - Jayne Fountain
EYFS - Anne Brand
PSCHE - Ann Midgley
RE - Fr. David Dixon