All schools have a governing body to support the headteacher and staff. They are accountable to their stakeholders for the school's overall performance and for decisions they have made.
They have a strategic role in the promotion of high standards and set targets for educational achievement. Amongst other things they also manage the school's budget, including determining the staff complement and making decisions on staff pay.
|Governor||Status/Term||Committee||Subject Links||Register of Interests|
|>Graham Rusk||Elected Parent
|>Dave Glover||Local Authority
|>Kirstie Carroll||Vice Chair
|>Carol-Anne Murphy||Elected Parent
|>Nick O’Hare||Elected Staff
There are currently no declarations of business interests for the governing body.
Various committees report into Cardinal Heenan’s governing body including:
- Curriculum & Attainment (C&A)
- Finance and Facilities (F&F)
They each meet half-termly.
Details of Governor attendance for the 2014/15 Academic Year can be downloaded here:
Please contact the governing body via the Clerk to Governors, Martine Corrigan.
If you would like to find out more about the role of a governor please visit Liverpool City Council's website
“I leave you peace. It is my own peace I give you. I give you peace in a different way than the world does. So don’t be troubled. Don’t be afraid.”
Hermetically (adverb) - (6th - 10th February 2017)
Subject which uses this term: Food Technology
Meaning: To be airtight.
For example: "The container was hermetically sealed to preserve the ingredients."
Week 15 - Joy
"Don't be afraid! I am here with good news for you, which will bring great joy to all the people."
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