Want to make a positive difference to the education of children and young people in your community?
Become a School Governor:
***Community Governor Vacancy***
Who should apply? We would love to hear from members of the community with an interest in, and commitment to, supporting the academy for the benefit of all our students.
What skills and experience are required? Our strong Governing Board is a team made up of a diverse range of skills, knowledge and experience. No one governor possesses all the necessary skills, and there is plenty of support and training available to assist you in the role.
Governors will ideally have some generic skills and local knowledge. You may also have specialist knowledge in a particular field. Knowledge and experience of Safeguarding and Special Educational Needs and Disabilities would be highly desirable.
How many vacancies are available? We currently have one Community Governor vacancy.
Am I eligible to be a Community Governor? A Community Governor must live or work in the community served by the academy or be a person who, in the opinion of the governing body, is committed to the government and success of the Academy.
Applications for Community Governors are considered and agreed by the Governing Body.
What is the role of a Governor?
The Governing Board has 3 core functions:
Governors and senior leaders use a robust framework to set the strategic direction for their school including improvement priorities, and then monitor progress against the strategic vision.
How do I access further information?
For more information on the Governing Board and our 2 vacancies go to the Academy website at www.theaxholmeacademy.com go to ‘About Us’ and then select ‘Governors’. For further information Contact us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to arrange a visit. Alternatively telephone the Academy on 01724 710368 and a member of the Governing Board will ring you back.
How do I apply?
Become a Governor and help keep our Academy strong.
Making a difference to the children and young people in our community.