Local Governing Committee

Local Governing Committee (LGC) 


Name

Role & Responsibility

Type of Governor Term Start and Duration Date Stepped Down

Rosie Malarkey

Chair of Local Governing Committee (LGC) 

Co-opted Governor 22nd October 2021 - 2 years  

Mandy McDowall 

Headteacher

Ex-officio 1st September 2020 - ongoing  

Maciej Korseniowki

Vice Chair of Governors      Disadvantaged/Pupil Premium Link

Co-opted Governor 1st December 2019 - 4 years  

Fazilath Nazir 

SEND Link

Parent Governor 19th April 2021 - 4 years  

 Arouj Owais

 GDPR Link

Parent Governor  19th April 2021 - 4 years  

 Marion Paton

Safeguarding Link

Co-opted Governor 22nd September 2018 - 4 years  

 Alan Beer

GDPR Link

Co-opted Governor 11th October 2017 - 4 years 8th July 2021

Russ Law

 

Co-opted Governor 21st January 2021 - 4 years   
Iftekhar Qasim  Chair of Governors Parent Governor 22nd October 2017 - 4 years 21st October 2021

The Chair of the Governing Committee is Rosie Malarkey.  To contact Rosie, please email: clerk@broadmere.surrey.sch.uk. All postal correspondence should be sent to Rosie Malarkey, Chair of Governors, c/o Broadmere,Devonshire Avenue,Sheerwater, Woking,GU21 5QE

The Governors hold six meetings each academic year, which are usually open to parents to attend – if you wish to attend a meeting, please leave a message with the school office. These meetings are held in school and will start at 9:30 am

LGC 1 - Thursday 7th October 2021

LGC 2 - Wednesday 17th November 2021

LGC 3 - Wednesday 26th January 2022

LGC 4 - Wednesday 23rd March 2022

LGC 5 - Wednesday 18th May 2022

LGC 6 - Wednesday 6th July 2022


Our Local Governing Committee works over both Broadmere and New Monument Primary Academies, playing a key role in shaping the strategic direction of the schools and challenging the school leaders to ensure that every child receives a good education.  Bourne Education Trust delegates the majority of powers and responsibilities to the local governing committee under the BET Scheme of Delegation.

BET Scheme of Delegation


Broadmere is a calm, happy school where there is a strong nurturing ethos with a restorative approach to dealing with issues. The values taught have been agreed by children, staff and governors and are referred to during the school day within the school.  The strong focus on academic progress and achievement is balanced by the provision of a creative curriculum along with sporting and social learning.

School governors make collective decisions, the main aim of which is to support the work of the headteacher and staff as they strive to raise educational standards and performance. Governors make decisions on how the school is and will be run but do not get involved in the day-to-day running of the school - this is the work of the headteacher, leadership team and the staff.

Please see the link below for the Governors Register of Interest. 

Governor Register of Interests 2021-22 and Governor attendance 2020-21


The 3 key functions of governance are:

  • Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction;
  • Holding the headteacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils;
  • Overseeing the financial performance of the school, ensuring money is well spent.

Contact Details:

Should you wish to contact the Local Governing Committee, you can do so directly via the school.
All written communications can be sent to our Chair of governors via the clerk.

Our clerk to the governors is Karen Masella:

E-mail: clerk@broadmere.surrey.sch.uk


Local Governing Meetings are held at the school. At the end of each meeting governors consider:  What evidence is there from this meeting that we are being the best governors we can be for the children at Broadmere and New Monument schools?


If you think you would be interested in becoming a school governor, please contact us either by e-mail or post.

E-mail: governors@broadmere.surrey.sch.uk

 

By Post:

Chair of Governors
c/o Broadmere Primary School
Devonshire Avenue
Sheerwater
Surrey
GU215QE


 

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