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Did you know that Alexandra School has 11 school Governors and an Associate Member, working as volunteers to improve the education and well-being of our children?
You can access full details of the structure and role of the Governing body and of our current Governors and Associate Member (including committee membership, attendance at meeetings and a Register of their Business Interests) using the drop down menu at the top of this page.
How and why might parents talk to Governors?
Governors like to know parents’ impressions of the school, and to hear whether parents have particular skills that might be helpful for improving the school. Governors’ work is mostly not confidential so you can ask them what they are working on or even read their meeting notes. Links to the most recent minutes of the full governing body are below.
Having said that, if you have any specific issues or a concern about a member of staff or a pupil, then please raise this with your class teacher or Mr Waiting.
You can reach the Governors by leaving a note in the office for the Clerk to the Governors or by speaking to one of the Governors directly.