School Governing Body
The Governing Body at Moss Side Primary School is made up of representatives from school (headteacher and staff), parents, the local community and the local authority. All of the governors are volunteers and have a high commitment to sustaining our excellent school so that every child, member of staff and families have the very best of opportunities to achieve and extend their potential. Governors meet regularly to focus upon the school’s strategic direction, to ensure accountability at all levels including safeguarding, to monitor and evaluate pupils’ academic and wider standards and to ensure highly effective use of financial resources.
The Chairman of Governors is Mr Alan Fairey. He may be contacted via the school office and will respond promptly.
Please click on the link to find out full details of our governing body, their term dates, roles and responsibilities and a register of interests. The governing body constitution for Moss Side Primary School is 1 Authority Governor, 2 Staff Governors (one of which is the head teacher), 5 Parent Governors and 8 Co-opted Governors. 16 Governors in total.
The full governing body meets three times a year, once per term. Much of the work done by the governing body is delegated to committees. There are three committees who meet three times a year, once per term. They are Curriculum and Staffing, Finance and Buildings and Health and Safety.