Welcome to the Governance section of the CJS website.
Our Local Advisory Board (LAB) plays a vital role in leading the school. LAB members 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.
LAB members are at the heart of how a school operates, and the LAB’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 LAB members 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 Governors For Schools’ ‘The Role of a School Governor’ PDF guide. This provides useful information about the role of governance and how you can get involved.
You can contact the LAB by email via email@example.com or telephone the office and they will arrange for the Clerk to telephone you.
Constitution of Christchurch Junior School Local Advisory Board
|Type of Member||Number||Term of Office||End of term of office||Name|
|Chair||1||1 Year||Ian Mayhew|
|Vice Chair||1||1 Year||Maggie Fidler|
|Parents||2||4 Years||23.11.25||James Tyndale-Biscoe|
|Community Governors||Up to 5||4 Years|
Please click here to view the Register of Business Interests for CJS LAB members
Please click here to view brief profiles of the CJS LAB members
We are a member of the Twynham Learning Multi-Academy Trust.
Please click here for details of the Twynham Learning Trustees and Members.
Please click here to view the Trust’s Governance Handbook.
Please click here to see our Funding Agreement.
Please click here for Financial documents relating to the Trust.
Please click here for Documentation relating to the Trust.
The Trust also reports on the Gender Pay Gap.