The St. Peter’s Governing Body has overall responsibility for supervising the strategic direction of the school. It is an integral part of the leadership structure of the school and challenges the Headteacher and staff to constantly raise standards and improve outcomes for all pupils.
Their duties include regular monitoring of pupil learning, progress and attainment, development of a school strategic plan and annual school development plan and input into school self evaluation processes, appointment of staff, monitoring of staff performance and pay, formulation and monitoring of statutory policies, approval of the annual budget and monitoring of spend including pupil premium initiatives.
They also oversee the curriculum and religious education within the school.The Governing Body comprises a combination of appointed and elected governors. The Diocese of Arundel and Brighton appoints the foundation governors. The parent governors are elected by the parents of pupils at the school and must be a parent/carer of a child attending the school.
The Headteacher is a member of the Governing Body and there is a teacher governor elected by the teachers at the school. Allister Piggott is the Safeguarding Governor. A list of the governors is set out below (a reconstitution of the Governing Body was agreed July 2015).
Any correspondence for the Governing Body should be addressed to the Chair of Governors, at the school. Emails can be sent to the Clerk to Governors: email@example.com
Foundation Governors (eight)
Allister Piggott (Vice Chair of Governing Body)
Andrew McCleave (Ashtead)
Dominic Saul – pending (Leatherhead)
Nuno Oliveira (Leatherhead)
Olivia Rodrigues – pending (Ashtead)
David Pattinson - pending (Ashtead) (Chair of Resources Committee)
LA Governor (one)
Marek Suchocki (Chair of Governing Body)
Parent Governors (two)
Tim Hinton (Chair of Admissions Committee)
Headteacher Governor (one)
Staff Governor (one)
Co-Opted Governor (one)
Catherine Woolford (Chair of Children and Learning Committee)
Ian Page (Associate Member).