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Register of Interest

 

Governor

Relevant Business Interests

Any other educational establishments governed

 

Relationships with the school staff, including spouses, partners and relatives

 

Nature of Interest

 

Date Declared

Miss Gayle Jenkins

None

None

Headteacher

None

23 Nov 2015

Mrs Vanessa Louise Hackett

None

None

None

None

 16 Jun 2016

Mr Andrew Francis Harris

None

None

Spouse works at Tolworth Girls School

None

 21 Jun 2017

Ms Sandra Edwards

None

None

 None

None

21 Jun 2017

Mrs Karen Louise Nicholson

Photographer

None

None

School photographs, Marketing and website consultant, social media

23 Nov 2015

 

Mrs Amanda Anne Dunnell

None

None

None

None

 12 Oct 2015

Ms Sheila Mary Morrison

None

None

None

None

 22 Jun 2017

Mrs Jennifer Bridget Ede

None

None

None

None

 22 Feb 2017

Mr Mark Christopher Trueman

None

None

Deputy Head

None

 12 Oct 2015

Mrs Deborah Jane Drury

None

None

None

None

12 Oct 2015

Mrs Jean Elizabeth Inwood

None

None

None

None

 13 Oct 2016

Ms Louise Histed

(Miss Louise Young)

None

None

Director of Environation Ltd with partner

Currently carries out annual servicing of schools air conditioning and air handling plant

 

13 Oct 2016

Mrs Joanne Dobbe

None

None

Spouse is director of Dale Fencing

None

 19 Jan 2017

Mr Colin Andrew Rogers

None

None

Spouse works at Barrow Hedges Primary School

None

 13 Oct 2016

           

 

 

 

 

Governors must declare any relevant business interests as well as the details of any other educational establishments they govern. The register sets out any relationships between governors and members of the school staff including spouses, partners and relatives. It is important to address any perception of a conflict of interest by making clear where such potential personal or pecuniary interests might apply; this might be a conflict between personal interests and the interests of the school or County council when dealing with outside organisation or individuals.

Examples (potential conflicts):

  • A governor whose spouse/partner is employed by the school - should not take part in discussion regarding the schools pay policy or any staffing matter that might impact on their partner. Both direct and indirect decisions might impact on the salary range of senior staff e.g. increasing pupil numbers (PAN) or the age range (first to primary).
  • A governor on the management committee of a child care provider or after school club who rent part of the school - should not be party to discussion involving the use of the school or their charging policy.
  • A governor who is a supplier of goods or services to the school - should not take part in decisions regarding the letting of contracts for that type of good or services or where a sub-contract relationship might exist.

 

Examples (other declarations):

  • Being a governor on another or academy.
  • Relationship to staff members.

 

The register of governor interests must be reviewed and updated on an annual basis.

 

Associate governors must be included on the register and it should be clear where they have voting rights.

 

The school is required to maintain a similar register of staff interests that should also be reviewed annually. Staff had been previously been included with governors declarations but in light of the governing body register of interests being required to be published on the school website, a seperate register is drawn up. Staff governors need to be included on both registers.