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Governors are an important part of the school’s leadership. They work closely with the Headteacher and senior leaders to ensure the Outstanding education of the children.

Most of the governors were or still are parents which mean they have a good understanding of the needs of the children. There are also governors from the private sector and it is important to have a people from different roles and experiences.

The governors alongside the leadership team are passionate about the teaching and learning and well-being of the children.

They attend committee and full governing body meetings each term so that they can monitor teaching and learning, well-being, health and safety and finance.

The governors’ role

As Governors we have three roles:
1. to be strategic
2. to act as a critical friend in the development of the school
3. to be accountable to the whole school community – particularly to pupils and to parents and carers


Feltham Hill Infant & Nursery Governing Body 2018/19

For the full list of Governors and their Term of Office, including those that have left in the last 12 months, please visit the Get Information About Schools website.

Sarah Pearce (Co-Opted Governor)

Martin Roberts  (Co-Opted Governor)

Local Authority Governor

Staff Governor
Mary Gilbert

Co-Opted Governor

Lynn Allen
Kayleigh Franklyn  
Pam Harrison
James Robertson
Gill Welland

Parent Governor
Sarah Allen
Elona Bicaj                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

Committee Membership

Committee Name and Purpose



Finance & Premises

How we spend our budget, staff the school, and ensure all the resources that are required for good educational provision are in place.

Martin Roberts     Chair

Kayleigh Franklyn Vice-Chair


Angela White Headteacher

Mary Gilbert Staff

Vacancy - LA

Pam Harrison 

Elona Bicaj


Teaching & Learning

Monitoring how the curriculum is implemented and ensuring all children achieve their potential and beyond and that all groups of children have access to the resources they need.



Gill Welland

Angela White Headteacher

Mary Gilbert Staff

Lynn Allen

Sarah Pearce

James Robertson 



How we work

The governing body has two committees and statutory panels. We meet together as a full governing body every half-term. Our statutory panels which cover issues such as admissions, discipline and complaints meet as needed.  Our committees also meet each half-term to review and discuss the details of school life.

As well as the attendance of the governors mentioned above, the committees and Full Governing Body meetings are also attended by the Headteacher and Senior Leadership Team.

Each governor serves on one or more committee and in addition, has a specific area of interest – for example: Attendance; Pupil Premium; Sports Premium; or SEN.  All governors make focussed visits to the school during the school day to understand the school in operation and in context and to ensure that we understand the complex nature of the school and that the decisions and discussions we have in committees are informed.

Becoming a governor

Being a school governor is an important role but you do not need to have any particular skills, knowledge or experience to become a governor. What you need to bring is: a commitment to school life; the ability to work with others; patience and enthusiasm; a willingness to learn; a commitment to working openly and democratically; and, most importantly a willingness to spend what time you can offer getting involved in school life. Our governors typically spend about 10 hours a month contributing to school life, such as attending meetings, undertaking training, visiting school, participating in school events and much more.

The most important thing to note is that governors are a team, not a collection of individuals or groups with separate agendas. However much we may differ in our opinions and experiences we are united by our commitment to the school and the responsibility we share for its long-term success. In short, we have a common purpose. If you are interested in finding out more about becoming a school governor please get in touch with any of our governors.