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Governors' roles and details

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Below are the appointment details and roles of current governors of Montpelier Primary School, including persons serving at any time during the current or previous academic year.

 

Governors appointment details


Name

Category

Appointed by

First appointed

End of term

Robert Adamson

Vice Chair

Ballot of parents

02/03/2019

01/03/2023

David Cantin

Staff Governor

 

29/01/2018

28/01/2022

Neil Demuth

Chair

Board of Trustees

01/01/2021

31/12/2024

Janet Ellard

Trust Governor

Board of Trustees

01/01/2021

31/12/2024

Louise Frost

Staff Governor

 

02/03/2019

01/03/2023

Alison Green

Trust Governor

Board of Trustees

01/01/2021

31/12/2024

Felicity Lock

Parent Governor

Ballot of parents

02/12/2019

01/12/2023

John Mahony

Community Governor

Governing Body

01/10/2020

30/09/2024

Gemma Scott

Community Governor

Governing Body

19/12/2018

18/12/2022

 

Governors’ roles

Neil Demuth Member of the Montpelier Primary School Governing Body, Chair of the governing body, lead governor for Finance, HR & Staffing and Maths.

Robert Adamson Member of the Montpelier Primary School Governing Body, Vice Chair of the governing body, lead governor for SEND.

David Cantin Member of the Montpelier Primary School Governing Body

Janet Ellard Member of the Montpelier Primary School Governing Body, lead governor for Early Years

Louise Frost Member of the Montpelier Primary School Governing Body

Alison Green Member of the Montpelier Primary School Governing Body

Felicity Lock Member of the Montpelier Primary School Governing Body, lead governor for Standards

John Mahony, Member of the Montpelier Primary School Governing Body, lead governor for Site Premises

Gemma Scott Member of the Montpelier Primary School Governing Body, lead governor for Behaviour & Attendance and Safeguarding

All current governors are also members of the Panel from which members may be selected to form an ad hoc committee if and when required to deal with matters relating to a specific incident or individual, such as considering a complaint or a personnel matter.