What do they do?Governors are like a Board of Directors who meets at least once a term to make decisionsabout how the school is run.Governors are appointed to help:-
- Decide how the school budget is spent
- Interview and select staff
- Decide what is taught (e.g. whether sex education is included in the curriculum)
- Set standards of behaviourGovernors are part of a team that cares about the well being of the school and itscommunity.