The Governors at St Andrew´s are a committed group of volunteers who passionately believe that all children should achieve their `personal best´ in all areas of their development both academically and socially during their time at the school.
We work tirelessly to support this objective by:
The Governing Body is made up of volunteers from Parents, Staff, Community and the Church who all bring professional skills to support the school. Our full Governing Body meets once a term. In order to delegate and share responsibilities of the Governing Body effectively, we have a key sub-committee that also meet once a term. This is the Finance, Premises & HR committee.
Each term the Governors spend a morning in school to focus on areas identified in the school's Development Plan. This also gives us the opportunity of talking to the children. In addition, we support other events taking place at the school. This enables us to learn more about the school and helps us make strategic decisions around school improvement.
We very much value and welcome the sense of community in Marks Tey and the commitment of parents in supporting the school and ultimately their child. We are proud of the progress that has been made at the school over many years through this excellent partnership at St Andrew's.
We all remain committed that this continues with the assistance of the community, parents, pupils and ex-pupils (who return to the school to help) to ensure that the school goes from strength to strength.
The school's current vision is:-
... a community where all children are empowered to achieve their Personal Best by placing the child at the heart of everything that we do. Through stimulating opportunities, children will develop the confidence and wisdom to prepare for the next stage in their lives.
'All things are possible for those who believe.' Mark 9:23
|Mr Martin Hawrylak
|Head of School
|Mr Keith Birbeck
Mrs Rachel Earnshaw
|Reverend Ian Scott-Thompson
|Mr Malcolm Bailey (Chair)
Mrs Gemma Ward-Strong
|Clerk to the Governing Body
|Ms Aisha Jefferies
At St Andrew´s Church of England Primary School we hope that the children, as they grow physically and mentally, will also grow socially and spiritually thus gaining a real respect for themselves, for each other, and indeed, for the whole of this exciting world - God's world - in which we all live.
We believe all children have something to offer. We endeavour to develop independence, motivation and enthusiasm for learning. We believe for a child to achieve they need a caring, stimulating and orderly environment. This is best achieved by children, parents, teachers and governors working together.