Learning, Loving and Living with Jesus
Keep your roots deep in Jesus Christ the Lord, build your lives on him and always be thankful. Colossians 2:7
Our Governing Body
Dr Joanna Cubitt
Chair of Governors Quality of Education Governor
Revd Paul Hunter
Miss Kate Leyland
Mrs Sarah Nunn
Mr Rick Williamson
Sports Premium Strategy Governor
Mrs Penny Kemp
Ms Emma Butterworth
Mr Jonathan Palmer
Pupil Premium Strategy Governor
Mrs Helen Lewis
Mrs Louise Hill
Mrs Helen Gaskarth
Cultural Capital Governor
Our Governing Board has three key roles;
- To provide a strategic direction for the school
- To act as a critical friend to the school, and
- To hold the school to account for the educational standards it achieves, and the quality of education it provides
All Governors involve themselves actively in the work of the Governing Body and accept a fair share of responsibilities, including service on committees. Each Governor is attached to an area of development focusing upon our school improvement priorities and government funded strategies. This structure enables governors to work closely alongside members of staff measuring the impact of development areas. The Governing body meets, in full, at least once every term, as do each of the committees.
Governor Information and Duties
Instrument of Government
Governor Terms of Reference
Follow this link to visit the Lancashire Association of School Governing Bodies website
Schools Financial Benchmarking - What is financial benchmarking?
Financial benchmarking can be a valuable process as it enables comparisons of income and expenditure with other schools and academies. With this comparison our governors are then able to consider how our resources can be used more efficiently and identify areas of improvement that may be required.
Why should you benchmark?
Benchmarking is a requirement for the School Financial Value Standard (SFVS) that all maintained school governors need to complete.
Benchmarking allows you to understand your position and identify areas of strengths & areas to improve.
At Inskip St. Peter’s CE Primary School there of the school who fall into this category.