Governors | Join In
Being a governor is a rewarding experience. Governors play a critical role in improving children’s education, supporting the work of the Academy and whilst giving a lot, developing their own skill sets or further enhancing existing skills and knowledge, for example chairing meetings, speaking in public and supporting in the appointment of staff.
As part of their role, Governors:
meet as part of the Full Governing Body every half term.
serve on at least one of the three committees, which meet half termly.
read documents and prepare for meetings.
visit the Academy regularly to really understand the life and work of the Academy which enables them to offer the role of ‘critical friend’. The types of visits include coming into the Academy for events and planned monitoring visits which require a time commitment of normally three days over an academic year.
Get in touch
If you would like to be a part of the Governing Body of Fareham Academy, please enquire about any vacancies by emailing our Clerk to Governors.
The Governing Body are also keen to hear your views and opinions of the Academy. Please feel free to approach any of them either in person when they are in the Academy, via the school office or via email to the Clerk to Governors.
Minutes from Governing Body meetings are available on request via the Clerk to the Governors.