Who are we?
- Evie Littleton – Year 2
- Ayva Webb – Year 3
- Scarlett Stobo – Year 3
- Declan Evan-Whiteley – Year 6
- Evie Bell – Year 6
- Anais McKoy – year 6
The role of a Pupil Governor:
- You will attend regular fortnightly meetings with other Pupil Governors from each class.
- You will attend one full governing body meeting to present your findings each year
- You will take ideas and suggestions your class have, to discuss at meetings.
- You will bring back ideas, information and suggestions to your class and encourage your class to listen, discuss, share their views and, where necessary, vote on actions that need to be taken.
- You will help to organise charity events throughout the year.
- You will encourage the pupils in your class to be aware of their school environment and to respect and care for it.
- Some of the more senior Pupil Governors will be have specific roles and responsibilities:
- Chairperson (leads the meetings).
- Secretary (writes the minutes of the meetings).
- Treasurer (manages the money – with Mrs Johnson).
Specific Qualities needed to become a Pupil Governor:
As an individual, you may bring lots of additional skills to this role in particular, however to be a successful Pupil Governor you need to:
- Be reliable
- Be proud of our school and want our school to be the best it can be.
- Listen carefully to the views of others and take their ideas on board
- Represent the majority view of your class, even if sometimes you don’t agree.
- Commit time to the role and accept that sometimes you may need to do things during break times and/or lunchtimes.
- Be enthusiastic
- Be kind and respectful
- Be patient