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The Governing body’s role and work
The governors’ role is essential  for the development of the school, and assists  by sitting as a consultative and directive body. They make decisions regarding how the school  is implemented. The full body meets once every term, and there are regular subcommittee meetings to discuss aspects of staffing, finance, special education, curriculum  and buildings.

Governors are appointed to assist in:

  • Deciding and discussing  the school’s strategic path
  • Deciding what is taught
  • Standardizing pupils’ behaviour.
  • Interview and appoint staff
  • Decide how to make the best use of the school budget.

There is a representation of these people on the Governing Body:

  • Parents
  • Teachers and ancillary staff in the school
  • Education Authority representatives
  • Local Council representatives
  • Trading Services representatives.

A parent governor:

  • Has a child in school.
  • Is elected by the parents at the school.
  • Serves like every other governor for a period of 4 years.

A Parent Governor is crucial in bringing parents’ opinion to the attention of the whole body, but they can discuss as individuals. They have equal status and a right to vote.

You will,  as parents,  be electing 3 Parent Governors for a period of 4 years.

Current Membership of Ysgol Bodffordd’s Governing Body

Chair: Y Cynghorydd Mr W. Hughes
Vice-chair: Mrs Nia Wyn Jones
Clerk: Mrs Gladys Hughes
Local Education Authority representative: Mrs Nia Wyn Jones
Parents’ representative: Mrs Gaynor Jones
Mrs Sandra Ewing
Co-opted members:

Mrs Elena Evans Jones
Mr Gareth Parry

Teachers’ representative: Miss Ffion L Jones
Ancillary Staff representative: Mrs Meryl Goulding
Community Council representative: Mr Einion Williams
Council representative: Mr. W Hughes
Ex-officio: Rhys G. Roberts (Pennaeth)



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