The Governors at St. Michael’s, together with the staff team, are responsible for ensuring that the school delivers the best educational and learning environment possible.
We bring experience from a variety of business, professional and community backgrounds with a majority of us either currently or previously having our children in the school. Our constituency also maintains part of the schools strong links with parents, community, church and parish. We meet regularly to review progress, maintain financial stability and to consider longer term developments.
Recently we held a parent survey. To look at the results please click below:-
- St Michael’s Parent Survey Results 2016
- A Lifetime Love of Learning (Full Parent Survey Results) June 2016
We introduce ourselves below and any one of us would welcome the opportunity to explain more about what we do as all governors are visible in the daily life of the school.
We currently have 14 serving governors
1 Authority Governor appointed by Wiltshire Council
Mr Simon Knighton, Chair
2 Staff Governors
Mrs Judith Arkwright, Head Teacher
Mrs Linda Maslin
8 Foundation Governors elected by The Church
Reverend Candice Marcus
Mrs Marguerite Seward
Mrs Liz Morris, Vice Chair
Mrs Caroline Kaneen
Mrs Lorna Moore
Mrs Nadia Aylett
Mrs Vivien Bayne-Jardine
Mrs Marguerite Seward
Ms Kate McPhedran
2 Parent Governors elected by Parents of Pupils
Mr Patrick Zebedee
Mrs Fran Bishop
2 Associate Members appointed by The Governing Body
Mr Ben Everitt ‘Deputy
Mrs Victoria Parmiter
1 Co-opted Governor appointed by The Governing Body
Mr Rupert Bound
The Clerk to the Governors
Mrs Sandy Martin
If you have any queries or would like to know more about being a governor at St. Michael’s, in the first instance, please email Sandy at email@example.com
The Full Governing Body (FGB) meet 5 times a year, with meetings being set at the start of the academic year.
For further information on attendances at meetings, business and pecuniary interests and more information on our work please see links below.
- Governors Attendance 2015-2016
- Governors Attendance, Business and Pecuniary Interests
- Governor’s Statement May 2016
- Instrument of Government