Welcome to the Governors’ section of the CJS website.
Our Governing Body plays a vital role in leading the school. Governors are a team of volunteers (including parents of pupils in our school) who work with the Headteacher and the staff to make important decisions about the school and its future direction.
Governors are at the heart of how a school operates, and the governing body’s main role is to help raise standards of achievement. As well as helping the school agree and maintain standards by setting and monitoring target and planning for the future, the governors also help the school to respond to the needs of parents and the wider community, and they are a friend to the school, offering support and advice.
Click here to visit the Dorset Governor Services site. This provides useful information about the role of governors and how to become a governor.
Constitution of Christchurch Junior School Local Governing Body
|Type of Member||Number||Term of Office||End of term of office||Name|
|Chair||1||1 Year||Fiona Richardson|
|Vice Chair||1||1 Year||Jonathan Gray|
|Parents||2||4 Years||20.10.20||Andrew Jolley|
|4 Years||03.10.22||Marta Deka-Turvey|
|Staff||2||4 Years||18.06.21||Ben Croton|
|Community Governors||Up to 9||4 Years||22.11.19||Tim Brittan|
|03.11.20||Phil Old (Chair Environment Committee)|
|05.07.20||Lesley-Anne Randell-Turner (Chair Curriculum Committee)|
|24.01.21||Phil Trevorrow (Chair Finance and Staffing Committee)|
|Chief Executive Officer||1||Indefinite||Gareth Morris|
Please click here to view the Register of Business Interests for CJS Local Governors