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06/02/23

A strange door has arrived at school this morning! Where has it come from? Where could it lead to? https://t.co/bOToDXPZ2h

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02/02/23

In nursery the children created their own crowns to become kings, queens, princes, and princesses. The children have also been exploring safety knives to cut up their own fruit at snack time, they have been so keen to demonstrate their independence! https://t.co/gcFpN4u6ra

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31/01/23

We are delighted to share that we received our silver certification for the Autism Aware Award today. We are proud of the work we are doing to make our school an inclusive environment where all children have the opportunity to reach their potential. https://t.co/GeHzMCV96z

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27/01/23

Year 1 have had a day to remember! Thank you to all of the parents who came to 'learn with your child' this morning to help them prepare a feast fit for a King! 👑 https://t.co/vLHkIwcdjx

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26/01/23

Year 3 worked collaboratively to divide numbers into groups by flexible partitioning using methods of their choice this morning. https://t.co/CdP8uuW1VN

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20/01/23

Year 3 had great fun this morning exploring different ways of preparing and cooking potatoes in D&T!🥔 https://t.co/qMPFJnbG2Z

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20/01/23

Nursery have been exploring the topic "do dragons exist" we have been learning about Knights, castles and dragons, they also created their own fire breathing dragons! https://t.co/Po9I96nGFl

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17/01/23

In Nursery, we have been celebrating Chinese New year, looking at lanterns, Chinese dancing and attempting to use chopsticks. https://t.co/hG9ysRZaZQ

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16/01/23

Some lovely creations from our Arts & Crafts club last week! 🖌️🎨 https://t.co/KQnMD5yJUq

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13/01/23

Don’t miss the admissions deadline on 15th January. Find out more about our great school https://t.co/GTDHku3imn and apply via WSCC online https://t.co/LvFSsvUQ9g

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13/01/23

Year 3 had an excellent time exploring and classifying different rock types in Geography as part of their 'Rocks, Relics and Rumbles' project this week. https://t.co/mh38YxHcFH

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06/01/23

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15/12/22

What a lovely week to end the term, Reception Nativity and community carols got us all in the festive spirit. Happy Christmas to all.

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15/12/22

The nursery children were so excited for their Christmas dinner. We have been exploring ice and snow, what better way than exploring real ice outside in this wintery weather. https://t.co/KgiPMhxsTg

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14/12/22

All set for Christmas dinner! 🎄 https://t.co/GGLLCSss7D

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13/12/22

Take care on your way to school, roads and pathways are still icy around Kilnwood Vale.

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12/12/22

Kilnwood Vale Primary School in the snow! ❄️ https://t.co/HDRIfsJXWh

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12/12/22

Due to weather conditions we are going to open at 10.30am today to give children and staff additional time to get to school safely. Please keep an eye out for emails and additional updates.

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08/12/22

This week in nursery we have performed our Christmas songs for our families, we all did such an amazing job! After our singing we then had a Christmas workshop where we enjoyed doing lots of Christmas crafts. https://t.co/ITnY3WROjy

Governing Body (SSB)

Structure of the SSB including roles and responsibilities

The School Standards Board’s three core functions are:

  • Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction;
  • Holding the Executive Headteacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils, and the performance management of staff;
  • Overseeing the financial performance of the school and making sure its budget has an effective impact on children’s learning.

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Role Responsibility
Chair
  • Be able to demonstrate the competencies set out in the DfE Competency Framework for Governors (in addition the Chair should be able to demonstrate the specific competencies for the Chair role).
  • Provide strategic leadership and direction for the school, within the overall vision for the Trust.
  • Contribute to the remit of the SSB to oversee educational and financial performance of the school and to ensure pupil and staff well-being.
  • Participate in stimulating excellent, well-rounded and carefully considered strategic decision-making.
  • Develop good working relationships with colleagues on the SSB to facilitate effective communication and decision making
SSB Members
  • Provide strategic leadership and direction for the school, within the overall vision for the Trust
  • Contribute to the remit of the SSB to oversee educational and financial performance of the school and to ensure pupil and staff well-being.
  • Participate in stimulating excellent, well-rounded and carefully considered strategic decision-making.
  • Develop good working relationships with colleagues on the SSB to facilitate effective communication and decision making
Clerk
  • Be responsible for advising School Standards Board (SSB) on constitutional matters, duties and powers and will work within the broad current legislative framework.
  • Secure the continuity of governing body business and observe confidentiality requirements.

 

Members of the School Standards Board 
Miss Jo Newton  Executive Headteacher
Mr Sandeep Sehrawat  Parent Member - KV
Mrs Yetunde Ntim  Co-Chair and Community SSB Member
Freya Pinks  Co-Chair and Community SSB Member 
Ms Sarah Morgan  Clerk to SSB 
Karel Bukola  Community SSB Member 

To view the membership, business interests and meeting attendance for our SSB members, please click on the following link: GLF Schools Register of Interest