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Welcome to our Governors’ section. 

Please find below details of how our Governing body is structured, including the names, categories, responsibilities and terms of appointment for each Governor.

The purpose of the Clore Tikva School Governing Body is to:

  • set the strategic direction of the school
  • hold the headteacher to account for the educational performance of the school
  • ensure financial health, integrity and value for money


This is achieved via:

  • helping the school set high standards by setting challenging targets for school improvement and planning the school’s future
  • keeping focussed on exceptional school improvement
  • being a critical friend to the school, offering support and advice
  • helping the school respond to the needs of the community and parents
  • making the school accountable to the public and wider community for what it does
  • working with the school on planning, developing policies and keeping the school under constant review
  • exercising its responsibilities and powers in partnership with the Head Teacher and Staff
  • not intervening in the day to day management of the school unless there are weaknesses when their duty is to take a stance


The Governing Body consists of:

  • Two Parent Governors
  • One Local Authority Governor
  • One Staff Governor (elected by staff)
  • One Head Teacher
  • Nine Foundation Governors (appointed by the Clore Tikva Foundation)
  • Two -co-opted Governors

(Note: at least one third of the Governing Body should be parents of pupils at the school).


 All Governors are generally appointed for a four year term of office.


 The Chair and Vice Chair are appointed by the Governing Body, their term of office agreed also agreed by the Governing Body, currently a two year term.


Full Governing Body meets termly with sub-committees and briefing meetings for all governors being held as and when deemed necessary but at least termly.


Governing Body regularly undergoes a skills audit to ensure they have the necessary skills and expertise required for the success of the school and new Governors and/or Co-Opted Governors appointed to fill any gaps.