Welcome to the section of our website where you can find out more about the governors and the work that they do.
What do governors do?
Christ Church governors are volunteers. They are enthusiasts. And each one has a crucial role to play in being a “critical friend” to the school, working in partnership with the whole school community to help provide the best possible education for each and every girl and boy at Christ Church.
How often do governors meet?
Who are Christ Church’s governors?
Christ Church governing body consists of:
2 x parent governors - Appointed by the parents
1 x Local Authority governor - Appointed by the local authority
3 x foundation (parish) governors - Appointed by the Diocese of Bath and Wells
4 x co-opted governors - Appointed by the Full Governing Body
1 x staff governor - Appointed by the staff
1 x headteacher - Appointed upon position
Please see below for a full list of governors.
Who is the Chair of Governors and how can I contact him?
Mr John Price is the Chair of Governors. He can be contacted via email at: JNPrice (at) educ.somerset.gov.uk
Mr Alan Burgess is Vice Chair. He can be contacted via email at: aburgess (at) educ.somerset.gov.uk
Can I become a governor?
If you would like more information on becoming a governor please email (FAO Emma Hardy, Clerk to Governors) using the school admin address: email@example.com or phone the school office: 01373 463781. Alternatively, email John Price, the Chair of Governors.