The Governing Body of Esher High School is responsible for determining the overall strategy of the School and its educational character by:
- Setting the aims and objectives for the school
- Setting policies and targets for achieving those aims and objectives
- Monitoring and evaluating the progress of the school in achieving those aims and objectives.
- Overseeing clear and objective governance of the school
Governors make a very valuable contribution to the success of the School. They contribute their collective skills and experience to the Governing Body in a non-executive capacity on an unpaid basis. Governors are appointed on the basis of their skills which will assist the School in its development and are representative of our local community and our Christian foundation.
The Governing Body also includes staff and parent members. The Headteacher is also a Governor. The Governing Body does not manage the School nor organise its day-to-day affairs, as that is the job of the Head Teacher, who is appointed by the Governing Body. Full Governing Body meetings are the main forum for the Governing Body and these are held four times a year (or more if required) to discuss issues and make decisions. Each Governor is also a member of two committees, and these committees are held each term.
There are four main committees:
- Student Wellbeing Committee
- Teaching & Learning Committee
- Provision Committee
- Admissions Committee
We also have a Christian Ethos Group and a Pay Committee.
If you would like to contact the governing body or are interested in finding out more about becoming a Governor of Esher High School please contact Mrs Helen Coulson, Chair of Governors at email@example.com or via the school - please contact Mrs Morgan on Tel: 01372 468068.