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Our Governors

‚ÄčThe Function of the Governing Body

The governing body is an essential part of the management of the school, bringing with it, as it does, a wide range of experience and interests from the world of work and the community. It is well supported by Dorset Governor Services, who provide information, guidance and regular training opportunities.

The Role of the Governing Body

The Board of Governors is responsible to parents and the community, served by the school. The school is managed by the Head teacher and senior leadership team, with the governing body acting as a critical friend, in helping to maintain and improve the standard of education provided by the school. This broadly concerns issues such as curriculum matters, finance and the use of buildings and facilities.

A particularly enjoyable role of the Governing Body is to make presentations at Founders' Day.  An afternoon of celebration of the achievements of our younger year groups in the name of the Founders of Gillingham School.  Click on the link below to see a list of all the various award winners this year.

Founders' Day Programme

Governors have no individual authority so if you would like to contact the Board of Governors, please do so via the School.

The Work Schedule for 2017

Governors' Work Schedule

Members of the Governing Body 

Mr Gordon Brown, Parent Governor

Mr Neil Demmar, Co-opted Governor, Vice Chairman of Governing Body

Mr Clive Drake, Foundation Governor

Mrs Su Hunt, Co-opted Governor

Mr Robin Hussey, Foundation Governor, Chairman of Governing Body

Mr Andrew Jenkins, Foundation Governor

Mr Mat Lake, Co-opted Governor

Mr Guy Lowton, Foundation Governor

Mr Paul Nicholson, Headteacher

Mr Gordon Raymond, Co-opted GovernoMrs Jane Rees, Co-opted Governor

Mrs Janet Robson, Local Authority Governor 

Mr Tim Sharp, Co-opted Governor

Ms Emma Vallender, Staff Governor

Clerk to Governors: Mrs Pam Henderson

Composition of the Governing Body

Governors' Attendance