Representatives from the Local Community, Parents and Staff all make up what is an enthusiastic Governing Body, passionate about the work of Brompton Hall School. Governors meet three times annually for full governing body meetings and in between sub committee meetings are held. These cover curriculum, personnel, sites and finance. The Governors’ role is that of a ‘critical friend’. It is an extensive and demanding role, which is not always easy but is both challenging and rewarding.
What do Governors do and why do they do it?
Examples of what Governors do range from attending meetings, monitoring the curriculum and results, dealing with staffing issues, monitoring the budget, disciplinary hearings, to the more enjoyable occasions of attending our Christmas performance, celebration events and Sports day.
Simply because Governors care about young people having the best chance in life to develop social skills, achieve their best potential and move on to a bright successful future from a solid foundation at School.
The Governors aim is to have a dedicated ‘link’ Governor to each department who visit lessons and give support where necessary. Governors work with staff as Brompton Hall continues to go from strength to strength on the road to become recognised as an ‘Outstanding’ School.
If you feel you have some time to give and would like to know more about how you can become a Governor to help the young people of our community contact our Chair of Governors c/o Brompton Hall School