Mr Tony Rose
Chair of Governors
12.09.2016 – 01.09.2022
Early Years / Literacy Governor
Trust Board member
Mrs Sarah Jane Tustain
Mrs Liz Rose
14.11.2018 – 13.11.2022
Miss Sophie Chilman
Co-opted Teacher Governor
12.10.2018 – 11.10.2022
Mrs Karen Allen
01.09.2016 – 31.08.2020
Mrs Lesley Taylor
Clerk to Governors
Mr G Nalder resigned as Co-opted Governor on 1st September 2020
Mr N Taylor resigned as Co-opted Governor on 5th July 2020
Mr D Adkins resigned as Parent Governor on 12th March 2019
Mr J Secker resigned as Co-opted Staff Governor on 26th September 2018
Mrs L Harvey resigned as Co-opted Governor on 1st September 2018
Mr J Stevens resigned as Parent Governor on 26th March 2018
Mr Didymus resigned as Co-opted Governor on 26th April 2017
Mr R Burns’ term of office expired in April 2017
Ms V Gibbons resigned as a Parent Governor in July 2016
Mr B Stirling resigned as a Parent Governor in July 2016
Mrs J Harvey resigned as a Parent Governor on 13th June 2016
Mr D Roberts resigned as a Co-opted Governor on 24th March 2016
‘The governing body challenges and supports the professional management of the school effectively’
The role of a Local Advisory Board (LAB) is an important one. The Local Advisory Board monitors each academy’s key performance indicators and acts as a critical friend to the Headteacher and the academy’s senior leadership team, providing challenge where appropriate. Its role is to provide focused governance for the academy at a local level. This section will tell you who the members of the Local Advisory Board are, how they are appointed and elected, what they do, what their legal duties are and how you can contact them or seek to get involved as a board member yourself.
What does the Local Advisory Board do?
The Local Advisory Board are a very important part of the school. They meet regularly and work alongside the academy’s Leadership Team to maintain the successful running of the school and drive school improvement work. The LAB holds the school to account, and monitors the effectiveness of its practice, vision and aims throughout the year. The board both supports and challenges the leadership team.
The main responsibilities of our school’s Local Advisory Board are:
How are members of the Local Advisory Board elected or appointed?
There are a number of different routes onto the Local Advisory Board. At Plympton St. Maurice Primary the board is made up of:
All members of the LAB (except the Head Teacher) serve a four-year term, which will be renewable subject to the post-holder meeting the required criteria. When a parent governor’s term ends, an announcement is made about an election and all parents or carers of pupils at the school are eligible to stand.
The chair and vice-chair of the Local Advisory Board are elected by the board at its first meeting of each school year. The current chair of the LAB is Mr Tony Rose.
How is the work of the Local Advisory Board organised?
The Local Advisory Board meet six times in each academic year. During these meetings a number of key areas are covered which include: academy improvement, teaching and learning, the learning environment and governance development.
Minutes of Local Advisory Board meetings are made available once they have been approved. These can be obtained upon request from the school office.
If you wish to contact the Chair of the Local Advisory Board please send an email addressed to the Chair of Governors via: email@example.com