The Board of Governors aim to be a cohesive and professional team who use our skills and experience to work in partnership with the staff and parents. The Board shares the commitment that Marlfields should provide the best possible education for its pupils. The Board of Governors has a number of duties and responsibilities towards pupils, staff, parents, the local authority and the wider community.
The Board of Governors is required to achieve good value in the use of public resources. We report on this via our value for money statement which can be viewed by clicking on the document below:
The organisation of the Governing Board is shown below. To contact a member of the governing team, please write to the Clerk to Governors, Marlfields Primary Academy, Waggs Road, Congleton, CW12 4BT or send an email to the Clerk at the following address email@example.com who will forward to the relevant person.
For a summary of attendance at Full Governing Board meetings from the 2018-19 academic year, please click on the document below:
Attendance at all meetings from January 2020 is summarised below:
For current Governing Board membership and their register of business interests, please click on the document below:
The Full Governing Board meets 3 times a year; once every school term, to discuss matters relating to the running of the Academy. To view the minutes of the meetings this year, please click on the link below:
In addition to the Full Governing Boards meetings there are 4 sub-committees with duties delegated from the Governing Board.
Leadership & Management Chair: Gary Provis
Teaching & Learning Chair: Margaret Gartside
Finance & Audit Chair: Chris Nield
Environment & Community Cohesion Chair: Stuart Gruber
The Governors work closely with the Senior Management Team to support Business Continuity Planning. Business Continuity Plans provide a structured and informed response to specific threats that may occur to our educational setting.
To view the latest version in response to COVID-19, please click on the link below: