Welcome to the governors' page, now known as the Local Advisory Board. We are currently a team of individuals who each have a range of skills and represent staff, parents and the wider community. Currently the position of Chair of Governors is vacant and Teresa Skingle is temporarily chairing the meetings, Clerk to the governing body is Nick Rich.
Please look on our vacancy page for more details on how to become a Governor at our school.
The community/Co-opted  governors are:                    
Susanne James
Brian Dalton
Teresa Skingle
Staff Representatives are:
Miss Saunders
Mrs Jenkins
Mrs Hercus
Your parent representatives are:
Laura Mclelland
Kirsty Redgrave
Clerk to Governors
Nick Rich
What is the role of the Local Advisory Board?

The role of the Local Advisory Board is to secure school improvement through effective and accountable governance, challenge and support.

The Local Advisory Board monitors our key performance indicators and acts as a critical friend to the Head Teacher and the senior leadership team, providing challenge and support where appropriate. Our role is to facilitate school improvement at a local level. 

A Local Governing Body has a strategic role in the development of the school but does not become involved in day-to-day  management issues – that is the role of the Head Teacher.

The role can be varied and involve recruitment of staff,  meeting external stakeholders, working with other schools and ultimately ensuring children in our setting are given the support they need to achieve their full potential.


  To be a local governor you need to:
  •  Attend a range of training 
  •  Attend 6 meetings per year
  •  Complete a minimum of 3 school visits per year
  •  Be enthusiastic
  •  Maintain confidentiality
  •  Ask challenging questions
  •  Be curious.


 The local governors at Woodfield are united in their commitment to making a positive contribution to your child's education. 
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