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Governor Information

Governance Arrangements for Chilton Foliat Church of England VA Primary School

This information was correct as of 1st March 2017.

This information includes the details of all Governors who have served as part of the Full Governing Body of Chilton Foliat Primary School, at any point between 1st March 2016 and 28th February 2017.

This information will be updated annually.

Name and Type of GovernorAppointed byDate of original appointmentDate of end of current TermLength of current Term
Mrs Jane Parrack-Hartley
Local Authority
Wiltshire Local
Authority
01/01/2017
31/12/20204 years
Mrs Freya Priddey-Chan
Parent Governor
Elected by the Parents of Chilton Foliat Primary School01/12/201130/11/20194 years
Mrs Samantha Groffman
Parent Governor
(Term as Parent Governor ended 21/07/2016)
Elected by the Parents of Chilton Foliat Primary School22/02/201621/07/20164 years
Mrs Amy Malikov
Associate Governor
Chilton Foliat School Governing Body
26/11/201525/11/20194 years
Mrs Denise Weston
Staff Governor
(Ex-Officio)
(Ex-Officio – Head Teacher)
01/09/2014No end date (Ex-Officio)No end date (Ex-Officio)
Mrs Pam Smart
Staff Governor
Elected by the staff of Chilton Foliat Primary School25/02/201724/02/20214 years
Reverend Simon Weeden
Foundation Governor
(Ex-Officio)
The Archdeacon of Salisbury Diocese01/09/2010No end date (Ex-Officio)No end date (Ex-Officio)
Mrs Sam Wolcough
Foundation Governor
Salisbury Diocesan Board of Education12/07/201008/10/2019
4 years
Mr Ian Annand
Foundation Governor
Salisbury Diocesan Board of Education01/07/201330/06/20174 years
Mrs Sarah Stallabrass
Foundation Governor
Salisbury Diocesan Board of Education08/03/201707/03/20214 years
Mr David Stokoe
Foundation Governor (Term ended 21/07/2016)
Salisbury Diocesan Board of Education17/10/200621/07/2016 4 years
Mrs Penny Williams
Foundation Governor
Salisbury Diocesan Board of Education24/11/201123/11/20194 years
Mrs Ronna Bourne
Foundation Governor
Salisbury Diocesan Board of Education24/07/200823/07/20204 years
Mr A McLay
Co-Opted Governor
Chilton Foliat School Governing Body14/07/201613/07/20204 years
Mrs Angela Plank
Associate Governor (Term ended 21/07/2016)
Chilton Foliat School Governing Body01/01/201321/07/20164 years
Mrs Tara Elliot
Associate Governor
Chilton Foliat School Governing BodyApprox. 199001/10/20184 years
Mr David Franklin
Associate Governor
Chilton Foliat School Governing Body27/11/201426/11/20184 years
Mrs Catherine Le Poole
Associate Governor
Chilton Foliat School Governing Body01/12/201116/09/20174 years
Vacancy
Foundation Governor
Salisbury Diocesan Board of Education
Vacancy
Foundation Governor
Salisbury Diocesan Board of Education
Vacancy
Parent Governor
Elected by the parents of Chilton Foliat School Primary School

The Governing Body From 01/03/2016 to 28/02/2017

Governor Name% Attendance at FGB meetings% Attendance at relevant Committee meetings Business/ Pecuniary Interests*Governance Roles in other Educational InstitutionsMaterial Interests**
Mrs Jane Parrack-Hartley100%
N/ANilNilNil
Mrs Freya Priddey-Chan
100%100%NilNilNil
Mr A McLay100%100%NilNilNil
Mrs Amy Malikov
50%78%Director of the Chilton Foliat Community Enterprise (CIC)NilNil
Mrs Denise Weston100%
100%NilNilNil
Mrs Emma Pinnegar
Staff Governor
100%100%NilNilNil
Reverend Simon Weeden
Foundation Governor
(Ex-Officio)
50%N/ANilNilNil
Mrs Sam Wolcough100%100%Director of the Chilton Foliat Community Enterprise (CIC)
NilNil
Mr Ian Annand83%67%NilNilNil
Mrs Sarah Stallabrass
100%100%NilNilNil
Mr David Stokoe
0%83.5%NilNilNil
Mrs Penny Williams
83%100%NilNilNil
Mrs Ronna Bourne

83%100%NilNilNil
Mrs Angela Plank33%75%NilNilNil
Mrs Tara Elliot
0%N/ANilNilNil
Mr David Franklin

0%N/ANilNilNil
Mrs Catherine Le Poole
0%N/ANilNilNil

*as recorded in the Register of Business Interests

** arising from relationships between Governors or relationships between Governors and school staff, including spouses, partners and close relatives

The Governing Body Structure by Committee


Resourcing Committee (Finance Staffing Premises & Health & Safety)

Freya Priddey-Chan – Chair
Amy Malikov
(Associate Governor with voting rights)
Eirwen Morgan & Kate Waite (School Finance & Admin Officer – with no voting rights)
Denise Weston
Sam Wolcough
Sarah Stallabrass
Ian Annand
Andrew McLay
Pam Smart

Clerk to be appointed at each meeting

Standards Committee

Sam Wolcough – Acting Chair
Freya Priddey-Chan
Penny Williams
Pam Smart
Denise Weston
Ronna Bourne
Jane Parrack-Hartley

Clerk to be appointed at each meeting

Foundation Governors Committee

Penny Williams – Joint Chair
Ronna Bourne – Joint Chair
Rev Simon Weeden
Sam Wolcough
Sarah Stallabrass
Denise Weston
Ian Annand


Clerk to be appointed at each meeting

General Governing Body Information

Chair of Governors:
Sam Wolcough

Vice Chair of Governors:
Sarah Stallabrass

Clerk to Governors:
Angela Plank

Instrument of Government

Chilton Foliat Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School was founded in 1953.  According to our Trust Deed, the school came into being to provide “a centre for the provision of facilities for the moral, spiritual, social and physical education and training of persons in conformity with the tenets of the Church of England”.  The Trust Deed granted and conveyed to the Diocese of Salisbury land “to hold…for the purposes of the said acts (School Sites Act) to be applied as a site for a school…in the Parish of Chilton Foliat”.

  1. The name of the school is Chilton Foliat Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School.
  2. The school is a voluntary aided school.
  3. The name of the governing body is “The Governing Body of Chilton Foliat Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School”.
  4. The Governing Body shall consist of:
    • 2 parent governors
    • 1 local authority governor
    • 2 staff governors (including the head teacher)
    • 1 co-opted governor
    • 8 foundation governors
  5. Total number of governors is 14.
  6. Foundation Governors – The Salisbury Diocesan Board of Education shall appoint the Foundation Governors, in consultation with the Parochial Church Council of the parishes or ecclesiastical districts in the area served by the school.
  7. The holder of the following office shall be a Foundation Governor ex-
    officio:

    • The Principal Officiating Minister of the parish or ecclesiastical district in which the school is situated.
    • The Archdeacon of the Archdeaconry in which the school is situated will appoint a Foundation Governor to act in the place of the ex-officio Foundation Governor whose governorship derives from the office named in (a) above, in the event that the ex-officio Foundation Governor is unable or unwilling to act as a foundation governor, or has been removed from office under regulation 23(2) of the Regulations.
  8. The Archdeacon of the Archdeaconry in which the school is situated is entitled to request the removal of any ex-officio Foundation Governor and to appoint any substitute Governor.
  9. The School has a trust.
  10. The Ethos of the School:
    Recognising its historic foundation, the school will preserve and develop its religious character in accordance with the principles of the Church of England and in partnership with the Church at parish and diocesan level.The school aims to service its community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice.  It encourages an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith, and promotes Christian values through the experience it offers to all its pupils.Mission Statement:At Chilton Foliat we honour our educational heritage, supported by a strong Christian ethos.  We strive to provide a diverse education that inspires children to develop a thirst for knowledge.  This is delivered in a safe, supportive and nurturing environment promoting self discipline, motivation and excellence in learning.  We encourage strong partnerships and positive relationships amongst pupils, parents, carers and the wider community.
  11. This instrument of government came into effect on 29th January 2015.
  12. This instrument was made by order of Wiltshire Council on 6th February 2015.

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