Chiltern Primary School governors are an active group who represent the community that the school serves. Working closely with the Headteacher and leadership team to set the future direction of the school; to act as a ‘critical friend’ by challenging policy and practice, as well as providing advice and support. The governing body at Chiltern Primary is made up of 12 members. Each governor is elected for a period of 4 years and is made up of the following representatives:
Local Authority Governors
Staff Governors, both teaching and non teaching.
The governing body is there to help the school in achieving high standards in education and raise expectations as we are interested in every child’s welfare to make sure that your child is safe, enjoys coming to school, achieves well and loves to learn. Governorship is open to anyone, although there is a degree of commitment required it is very rewarding to see the children leave the school with the appropriate skills to carry them on in their lives.