Governors work closely with headteachers, school staff and representatives from the local authority (LA). For further information on who our governors are and what they do, please click on each name below:
Mrs S. Newton, Head Teacher – Staff Representative
Mrs N. Clark, Chair – Parent Representative
If you would like to contact our Chair of Governors, you can do so by emailing email@example.com
Mr M. Watkiss, Vice Chair, – Co-opted Representative
Mr P. Taylor – Staff Representative
Mrs J. Savage – Parent Representative
Dr S. Goon– Local Authority Representative
Mrs G. Firmin – Co-opted Representative
Mr J. Close – Co – opted Representative
Mrs G. Longstaff – Co – opted Representative
Mr S. Gooding – Parent Representative
Mr P. Faulkner – Parent Representative, Lead Safeguarding Governor
Autumn Term 20/21
Spring Term 19/20
Y – Attended meeting
AA – Apologies accepted
N – Did not attend
Annual Register of Business & Pecuniary Interests
You can view the Board of Governors’ interests below:
Annual Governance Statement
You can view the Annual Governance Statement detailing our priorities below.
Code of Conduct for The Board of Governors at Sedgefield Hardwick
At Sedgefield Hardwick all members of The Board of Governors recognise and abide by an agreed code of conduct. For further information please view or download the full document below.
Statutory Guidance for Governing Bodies
Sedgefield Hardwick adhere to the statutory guidance from the Department of Education. This means that governing bodies must have regard to it when carrying out duties relating to the constitution of governing bodies in maintained schools. For further information please view or download the full document below.
How To Become A School Governor
If you require further information on the roles and responsibilities of School Governors or you are interested in becoming one, visit the Durham County Council website School Governor section.
You can apply directly to Sedgefield Hardwick by completing a Governor Expression of Interest Form