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Meeting and committees

Full Governing Body 

The full Governing Body meets once per half term to review the overall strategy and performance of the school, and make bigger decisions about the vision of the school. The Senior Leadership and staff team carry out the day-to-day running of the school.

Membership, terms and attendance can be found on our Governing Body Overview documents .

Register of Pecuniary Interests 

The Governing Body is required to publish any business interests (called Register of Pecuniary Interests) of the governors relating to the school, details of any other educational establishments they govern and any relationships with members of the school staff including spouses, partners and relatives.

Our register can be found on our Governing Body Overview documents. 

Curriculum and Standards Committee 

The Curriculum and Standards Committee meets 6 times a year and is responsible for reviewing and monitoring the curriculum offer and analysing the academic performance of pupils at the Meadows, working to ensure that the quality of teaching, learning and progress is as effective as possible. 

Membership and attendance can be found on our Governing Body Overview documents. 

Finance and Buildings Committee 

The Finance and Buildings Committee meets 3 times a year and is responsible for approving and reviewing the school budget, and holding the Head Teacher to account for the finances of the school. They are also responsible for decisions about the building, including health and safety across the site. 

Membership and attendance can be found on our Governing Body Overview documents. 

Other Meetings

There are also several other committees which only meet when necessary including: 

Pay Committee which meets to carry out the Performance Management of the Head Teacher and approve any other necessary pay related decisions. 

Discipline Committee which meets if a disciplinary issue arises. 

If a decision made by either of these Committees that was appealed an Appeals Committee would be formed from governors not involved in the original decision.