Governors

 

Our Governing Body is made up of twelve people with a range of different skills and experiences.  We are a mix of those with a connection to our school as teachers, parents or grandparents and those who bring a completely external perspective. Our job is to work with the Senior Leadership Team to make sure we run the school in the best way for our whole school community. We make sure that we look after our people, buildings and money and have an inclusive, creative and stretching curriculum that enables all of our children to thrive.

 

The full Governing Body meets once per term and we have two sub-committees: a Learning and Achievement  Committee and Resources Committee which each meet at least once per term. Our meetings are clerked by a representative from the Royal Borough of Greenwich Council. Our Governors also meet regularly with staff, undertake learning walks and visits, make themselves available to parents and meet with our school council. We each undertake external training to make sure we’re up to date with how best to fulfill our role. 

Invicta Governing Body is responsible for:

  • ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction of our School
  • holding the Headteacher to account for the educational performance of Invicta, and the performance management of our staff to make sure all of our children are receiving the best education and achieving the best outcomes. 
  • Setting the budget and overseeing the financial performance of the school;  making sure our money is well spent. 
  • Being accountable to all stakeholders for the school’s performance and for the decisions they make.

Mo Wiltshire is the Chair of the Invicta Primary Governing Body, the Safeguarding lead governor and a member of both the Resources Committee and Learning and Achievement Committee.  She has worked in the educational charity sector for the last two decades and is currently the Director of Education and Youth for Stonewall. She is passionate about working with young people to build communities and create change and has previously been a trustee for Changemakers, a national youth leadership charity. She has two children at Invicta Blackheath.

Message from Chair of Governors 

I know as a parent of two children at Invicta Primary School how central the school is to community life; our committed and creative leadership and staff team are dedicated to supporting our children to thrive and it’s an honour to be the chair of Governors of such a forward-looking school. Being a Governor is a hugely rewarding role – a chance to support and shape the future of Invicta. If you are interested in joining us please get in touch. 

Mo Wiltshire

mwiltshire@invictaprimary.co.uk

Chair 19/20

Invicta Governing Body Meeting

Tuesday 26th February 2019 Governors Attendance
Tuesday 16th July 2019 Governors Attendance

10.10.19

16.10.19

05.11.19

 

Governors Attendance

 

Invicta Governance Structure

 

Name

Type of Governor

Term Ends

Registered interests

Mo Wiltshire -Chair

Co opted Governor

August 2020

Employment by Stonewall as Director of Education and Youth- charity that provides LGBT inclusion training and services to the education sector. These are a mix of free to schools and fee-charging on a contractual basis.

Vicki Cuff

Ex Officio Governor

ongoing

None

Jamie Hill

Parent Governor

January 2020

None

Caitriona Price

Co opted Governor

January 2020

None

Alex Rolfe

Co opted Governor

December 2022

None

Kate de la Motta

Parent Governor

December 2022

None

John Cove

Local Authority Governor

December 2022

None

Nimi Ramamoorthy

Co opted Governor

December 2022

None

VACANCY

Co opted Governor

Interviews on the 24th of January 2020

For the application form, please click HERE

Alison Wood

Co Opted Governor 

December 2022

 

Neil McNulty

Teacher Governor

December 2022

None

Jodie Cawte

Associate Governor

ongoing

None

Victoria Gallagher

Associate Governor

ongoing

None

 

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