“The governing body of High Littleton Church of England Primary School offers a wide range of skills, abilities and interests. We are very aware of the importance of the school to individual children, parents, and its presence within the wider community. We endeavour to work closely with staff to ensure that high standards of teaching and learning are maintained, and that all children reach their full potential. Our aim is to ensure that the school is a welcoming, vibrant and creative place for children to learn.”
Mrs Sharon Wiseman, Chair of Governors
In August 2014, High Littleton Church of England Primary School became an academy and joined the Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership. It remains a Church of England school and the Diocese of Bath and Wells supported the school’s academy conversion and desire to join Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership. High Littleton School continues to have its own Local Governing Body (LGB) and Headteacher.
Our school governors have a wide range of responsibilities. They help to raise the standards of pupil achievement and plan the school’s future direction. The Governors are also accountable for the performance of the school to parents and the wider community.
Up to two parent governors, to be elected by the parents at that school or appointed by the governing body to represent the interests of the parents.
Director Appointed Governors
Up to four director appointed governors are appointed by the directors of the Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership (MNSP).
Up to two governors are appointed by the Diocese of Bath and Wells.
Up to two community governors being persons living or working in the local community of the school or such other persons having an interest in the school.
Up to one staff member is elected by the staff of the school (excluding the Head teacher.)
The Headteacher currently sits on both the school’s LGB and MNSP’s Trust Board.
|Mrs Sharon Wiseman||Director Appointed Governor|
|Mr Tony Wells||Foundation Governor|
|Mr Gareth Griffith||Headteacher|
|Mr Ian Gunning||Staff Governor|
|Mrs Samantha Easton||Director Appointed Governor|
|Mr Chris Wilford||Director Appointed Governor|
|Mrs Lara Turner-Rogers||Parent Governor|
|Miss Nicola Cunnington||Parent Governor|
|Vacancy||Director Appointed Governor|
|Dr Alec Bennett||Community Appointed Governor|
|Mr Paul Wyatt||Community Appointed Governor|
|Louise Brooks-Bryant||Clerk to Governing Body|
Sharon Wiseman – Chair of Governors
If you are interested in serving the school and wider community as a governor, you will need to contact the school.
Parent Governors are elected by other parents at the school for a fixed term of 4 years. Parents are advised in writing when a vacancy for a Parent Governor arises. Full details of the criteria and the process for nominations and any election are provided at the time.
Foundation Governors are nominated by the Church and Diocese of Bath & Wells.
Local Authority Governors are nominated by Local Councillors.
Staff Governors are members of the School staff who are elected by the staffing body (both teaching and non-teaching).
Community Governors are appointed by the Governing Body to represent community interests or to bring specific skills to the Governing Body.