Our Governing Body is made up of 12 governors who are from different categories – Foundation Governors (appointed by the Diocese), Parent Governors, a Local Authority Governor, a staff Governor and the Headteacher.
The role of the Governing Body of a Catholic School is detailed below in the fact sheet from the Catholic Education Service and the Nottingham Roman Catholic Diocesan Education Service. This document also explains what it means to be a governor in the school and who is suitable to serve as a governor.
Should you wish to make enquiries about becoming a governor at St. Patrick's or should you wish to make representation to the governing body, please make contact with Mr Niven, Chair of Governors, at the school.
The following documents are available to view:
Parent governor ELECTION results
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the parents who supported the school by standing for election and all those who took the time to cast their vote.
The votes for the Parent Governor election were counted this afternoon (24th May 2017). 151 votes were cast in total and I am pleased to inform you that, with a majority of 13 votes, Ruth Bishop has been elected as Parent Governor.
Thank you for your continued support.
Chair of Governors