Being a governor is one of the best ways you can support your school. As a local person you will know what your community wants from its school.
When you are trained, you will know how to contribute to meetings, policies, decision making etc. so that local children make the very best of their education.
- What is governing?
- Who can become a governor?
- Why be a governor?
- I left school at 16...can I still be a governor?
The Education Authority has several pages on their website relating to governing.
Click on their logo to go to their site.
2014 - 2018
Chairman: Mr. W. Tomb(T)
Vice Chairman: Mr. R. Rainey(T)
Safeguarding: Mrs. G. Cunningham(EA)
Mrs. V. McIlvenna (T)
Mr. M. Young (T)
Mr. K. Kyle (P)
Mr. B. Ballantine (P)
Mr. R. McAllister (EA)
Mrs. R. Penny (Staff Member)
(T) = Church / Transferor Appointee
(EA) = Education Auth. Appointee
(P) = Elected by Parents