Graham School @grahamschoolWe are absolutely delighted with the final product. Our rainbow wall will be a permanent reminder of the efforts from the NHS for years to come. Well done again to all involved. #TeamGraham #RainbowofHope #ThriveWithHope https://t.co/NCfPqIBpsj6 days ago
Graham School @grahamschool****INFORMATION Y7-Y9 TUTOR MEETING LETTERS**** The letters have been sent home, however due to an error at printing the date shown is in the American format. 07/02/2020 actually means 2nd July 2020. We apologise for any confusion. Thank you.1 week ago
Graham School @grahamschoolWe are looking forward to seeing Y7 – Y9 students in school for their tutor meeting over the coming weeks. A great chance to catch up & think ahead to next year. Dates & times are being sent home. Please arrive at your allocated time. Please Note : Meetings for Students Only1 week ago
Graham School @grahamschoolImportant update from @BishopBurton - Please do get in touch if you would like any information. Details below... https://t.co/JNRR2EbkTK2 weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschool2/2.... Local vacancies are available on… https://t.co/YcW1KhPts1 Also use https://t.co/hg8XydADIG for useful information on applying for apprenticeships If need more help and guidance, please contact the school Career Adviser Mrs Green on r.green@grahamschool.org2 weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschoolCALLING EX YEAR 11 STUDENTS If you have been in touch with a local college/training provider and have applied for or had an offer of an apprenticeship before lockdown, they may have kept in touch with you over recent weeks, but if not please contact them without delay.... 1/22 weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschoolFantastic to see #GrahamAlumni doing so well. Some great resources available from @S6F to help support potential students with their future courses. Check out their website https://t.co/HyEplX9GEb https://t.co/j8Yxo6DKPa2 weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschoolA huge well done and thank you to all our Y10 students who have attended school this week. You have all been FABULOUS! We are very impressed with your positive attitude and approach. We’re looking forward to seeing you next week! #TeamGraham #GrowAtGraham #Learning https://t.co/z34w6bDcFF2 weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschoolAs home learning continues for the time being, please take some time to make sure that your child is safe online. Follow the link to some helpful information from the NSPCC. https://t.co/NLmzzi0UhH4 weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschoolWe really enjoy reading the things you are sending us about your time learning from home. Please do keep them coming! #homelearning #lockdownlessons #homeactivities #TeamGraham https://t.co/xYXVXBfU3E4 weeks ago

GRAHAM SCHOOL IS PART OF

Governors

Governors

The Governing Body

The work of a Governor in leading a school in the 21st century is complex, interesting, often challenging but always rewarding. Above all, Governors strategically lead the school, providing support and robust challenge to ensure the school continues to meet the needs of the students and community it serves.

The Governors are determined to deliver outstanding learning, educational achievement, care, guidance and support to enable successful progression and enhanced life opportunities for all our students.

Graham School and George Pindar School as part of the Hope Learning Trust are managed by a Local Governing Comittee

Graham School and the Governors are committed to the Safeguarding and protection of our students. All Governors must to submit to a Criminal Records Bureau check. There is also mandatory training which includes Child Protection awareness, Safeguarding & promoting child welfare and safer recruitment training.

For more information about governance within the Hope Learning Trust, please click here

Leadership and the Role of Governors

Governors have an essential role as part of effective leadership and school self-review. Governors give strategic advice to the governing body and senior management Team. They act as a ‘critical friend’.

It is not a requirement, or appropriate for individual governors or the governing body to become involved in day-to-day management of school, this is the responsibility of the Principal and the Senior Management Team.

Further information

Vacancies on the LGC occur from time to time. Anyone who would wish to be considered for appointment is invited to complete a Standard Form and skills matrix and return it to the Clerk to the Governing body.

Any voluntary body who may be interested in nominating a co-opted member of the Governing body is also invited to write accordingly to the Clerk to the LGC setting out details of the body and the reasons for their interest.

Documents available from the Clerk to the Governing body:
  • Job Description for Governors
  • Person Specification for Governors
  • Skills matrix
  • Register of Interests Form
  • Guidance on Completion of Register of Interests Form
  • Appointment of Governors and Related Issues.
  • Standard Form to be completed by Persons Interested in Appointment

Clerk to the LGC – Isabella Kvist-Hansen

If you wish to contact the LGC please write or email;
Clerk of the Governing body
Graham School
Woodlands Drive
Scarborough
YO12 6QW

Email:Isabella.Kvist-Hansen@york.gov.uk

If you are interested in becoming a governor within the Hope Learning Trust, you can find out more here

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