Bradley Nursery School Governing Body
Bradley Nursery school has a Governing Body that is made up of 10 Stakeholders including staff, parents, community and Local Authority representatives. The Governing Body has a legal responsibility for the Nursery School and work with myself, the Headteacher to set the vision and strategic aims of the school and to monitor and evaluate performance.
Our Governing Body are actively involved with the school and regularly attend meetings, observe in nursery school, support on visits and join in celebrations and special events. They are always keen to hear your views and opinions on our school, so please feel free to approach them informally when they are in nursery, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by completing Parent View via our website.
Parents Governors are parents of pupils attending nursery school at the time of their appointment. Parents express an interest when there is a vacancy and where there are more applicants than places available, are chosen by the majority of votes made by parents. All parents of children in nursery school are eligible to be a Parent Governor.
Staff Governors are elected by the staff of the school, Local Authority representatives are elected by Lancashire County Council and Co-opted Governors are elected by the Governing Body based on their skills and experience relevant to the school.
Full Governing Body Meetings are held in nursery school termly, three per year. In addition there are termly Resources and Curriculum committee meetings also held in nursery school.
If you would like any further information about our Governing Body, please speak to the Headteacher or the school office.
Chair of Governors
Ms. S. Nike
(Child Protection, On-line Safety & PREVENT Governor)
Ms. C Hopkins
(Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Governor)
Mrs Kay Burke (acting Headteacher)
Mrs Sughra Bibi
Mrs Gulshan Shah
Mrs Sughra Hussain
Mrs K Robbins
(Finance / Progress, Attainment and Data)
Mrs Tracy Marlow
Mr Taseen Amin
If you are interested in becoming a Governor please speak to the Headteacher or a member of our office