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Curriculum, Standards and Achievement

Appeals Committee          Quorum  3   Delegated Powers Y

Any 3 eligible governors

Committee chair: to be elected at each meeting
Clerk: Mr Beilsten

            

TERMS OF REFERENCE

  • To consider and decide upon appeals against decisions of the Finance, Personnel and General Purposes Committee, Staffing Committee and Headteacher.
  • To consider appeals against moderators' decisions regarding performance management review statements.
     

Curriculum, Standards and Achievement Committee

Quorum 3 (at least 2 governors who were not employed at the school to be in attendance)

             Mrs Dales

Mrs Machon

Miss Railton

Mrs Walker

Mr Wilson

Mrs Wilson

 

Reserve: any other eligible governor

Committee Chair to be elected at the first meeting of the academic year

Clerk: Mr Beilsten

 

In attendance Mrs deVries and Mrs Shortman (to receive part A and B of the agenda and papers)

 

TERMS OF REFERENCE                                                         

  • Monitor pupil progress in relation to the targets set and with specific reference to significant groups.
  • Receive and critically review school performance data including any provided by the Local Authority, Fischer Family Trust (including governors’ dashboard)and ASP.
  • Monitor the impact of curriculum policies and planning on pupils’ learning.
  • Monitor progress in meeting the key issues identified in the post Ofsted action plan.
  • Provide regular reports to the governing body on their monitoring of the post Ofsted action plan.
  • Where appropriate, review and evaluate the effectiveness of HAT support and intervention.
  • Receive regular reports from the Headteacher and on the quality of teaching and learning and the impact of improvement Strategies.
  • Monitor and evaluate aspects of the school’s provision eg pastoral care, guidance and support, leadership and management, SEN and inclusion.
  • Ensure members of the committee and other governors have a clear understanding of the vision and aims and strengths and weaknesses of the school so they can effectively contribute to the school’s self evaluation process.
  • Review and monitor relevant areas of the school’s self evaluation.
  • Request and receive reports, as and when required, from key members of staff eg. curriculum leaders and senior leaders to review, consider and approve curriculum policies.

Pupil Exclusion Committee      Quorum  3   Delegated Powers Y                                                          

 

Any 3 eligible governors

Reserve: any other eligible governor

Committee chair: to be elected at each meeting

Clerk: Mr Beilsten

            

TERMS OF REFERENCE

  • To consider and decide upon cases of permanent exclusion of pupils and of fixed term exclusions exceeding fifteen days in any one term.
  • To review the behaviour policy and use of exclusion on an annual basis.