The Governors at Wolverley CE Secondary School are a committed group of people from the community, who play a vital role in ensuring that every child receives the best possible education, are happy, feel safe and secure.
Our governors set the school’s vision, ethos and strategic direction. They also hold the headteacher to account for the performance of teachers and pupils, and to ensure that Wolverley offers the best possible value for money.
Our governors are perceptive people who challenge and support the headteacher in equal measure and know when and how to do this. They understand the complexities of school organisation and can analyse the wealth of data, using it to influence performance and raise standards. Our governors come from a wide range of professional backgrounds. Their breadth of knowledge and skills are applied very effectively to an educational situation.
The role is so important that we invest a great deal of time on training for our governors so that they are empowered to challenge leaders effectively. Much of this training is ‘in house’ and bespoke to the needs of the governor so that they become experts in their specialist area of school improvement.
We hope you find the governors area of the website useful and informative.
Bryn Thomas, Headteacher
Chris Withers, Chair of Governors
Who's on the Governing Body
|Chris Withers||Chair of Governors|
|Karen McGrath||Co-opted Governor|
|Diane Perks||Co-opted Governor|
|John Thompson||Co-opted Governor|
|Tracey Rose||Co-opted Governor|
|Stephen Pugh||Co-opted Governor|
|Jacqui Bennett||Co-opted Governor|
|Adrian Hobday||Associate Governor|
|Gill Hancox||Associate Governor|
|Jane Hill||Staff Governor|
|Phil Rose||Parent Governor|
|Rachael Mackinlay||Parent Governor|
|Graeme Brown||Parent Governor|