School governing bodies are established by law as corporate bodies. Their main responsibility is to determine the aims and overall conduct of the school, with a view to promoting high standards of educational achievement. School governors are volunteers all of whom seek to promote the highest standards of education and welfare for the children.
For more information on who are school governors are, their role and to read the most recent newsletters please see below. Governing Body minutes are available from the school office click here..
The Governing Body also issues an annual questionnaire to parents, copies of which are available from the school office click here.
If you would like to contact the Chair of the Governing Body please write to:
Mr Ken Swanson, Chair of the Governing Body, c/o Malcolm Sargent Primary School, Empingham Road, Stamford, PE9 2SR.
A MESSAGE FROM THE CHIAR OF GOVERNORS...
We are extremely fortunate here at Malcolm Sargent Primary School to be part of a thriving community based in an historic market town on the edge of some of the loveliest countryside in Britain. I was initially associated with the school as a parent and subsequently joined the Governing Body in 1996, becoming Chairman in January 2000. The Governors, who represent a cross-section of the community, possess an excellent mix of business and commercial skills enabling the school to enjoy a wide range of management expertise. Most importantly, though, they are committed to the continued improvement and development of an already successful school. All the Governors give generously of their time and knowledge to keep Malcolm Sargent Primary School one of the most respected and well-resourced primary schools in the Country.
Mr Ken Swanson, Chair of the Governing Body