School governors are responsible for helping to provide an environment in which a good quality education can be delivered.
They have an important part to play in upholding school standards and shaping the futures of the young people who will form the workforce and community of tomorrow.
The Governing Body has three core functions at Sprowston Community Academy:
These core functions are consistent with the criteria that Ofsted will use to judge the performance of the Governing Body.
The governing body has the following committees:
Additional committee meetings are held if necessary e.g. Staffing Panel
Further details for the roles and responsibilities for governors can be found in the Terms of Reference
For more information on the Boudica Schools Trust Governance please visit their website.
Governors come from a wide range of backgrounds that reflect both the local community and parent voice. If you are interested in being a Governor, please contact the Chair of Governors via this website to discuss
what is involved and what you can offer to the Governing Body. Being a school Governor is rewarding, you need good common sense and an interest in the school and education as a whole – previous experience as a Governor,
though welcomed is not necessary!
A document produced by Governor Services ‘ The Role of the School Governor in Norfolk’ summarises the role of a school governor.
As Chair of Governors at Sprowston Community Academy I am proud of the Governing Body and the input the Governors have to the school, working closely with staff, students and other stakeholders to be a part of the great school we are.
The school's latest Ofsted Report is available on the Policies & Statutory Information page. Whilst we acknowledge that the outcome of the report is that there is still room for improvement we are confident that the school is constantly moving forward and continually striving and improving.