Withernsea High School

Withernsea High School

Inspiring confident young people to thrive in a changing world

Governance

Governance 

 

The governing body provides strategic leadership and accountability. It has three key functions:

• Overseeing the financial performance of the school and making sure its money is well spent
• Holding the Headteacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils
• Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction

These key are functions are delivered through four focussed committees. These are:

Finance and Premises 
Members: All governors. Mr J McKinley (Chair), Mr M Ainley (Vice Chair).

Behaviour and Attitudes
Members: All governors. Mrs C Heaton (Chair).

Curriculum 
Members: All governors. Mrs A Henderson (Chair).

Pay and Personnel 
Members: Mrs A Henderson (Chair of Committee), Mrs C Heaton (Chair of Governors), Mr J McKinley (Chair of Finance).

 

Governing Body 
Please click the links below to view each governor's profile: 

Mrs C Heaton (Chair of Governors) 

Mrs A Henderson MBE (Vice Chair of Governors) 

Mr M Crofts (Headteacher)

Mr M Ainley 

Mrs J Allen 

Mr M Cargill 

Mr J McKinley

Mrs D Miller 

Mrs S O'Hare 

Mrs C Tomes 


Recently Resigned Members  

Mrs J Johnson

 

Contact

To contact the Governing Body, please send all communications via:

Miss C Ralph (PA to the Governors)
Withernsea High School
Hull Road
Withernsea
HU19 2EQ

Phone: 
01964 613133

Email
: ralphc@wscampus.net 

There are four different categories of Governor at Withernsea High School:

Co-opted: Co-opted Governors are appointed by the governing body. They are people, who in the opinion of the governing body, have the skills required to contribute to the effective governance and success of the school.

Local Authority: Local Authority Governors are nominated by East Riding of Yorkshire Council but appointed by the governing body.

Staff: Both teaching and support staff are eligible to be Staff Governors. Their role will not be to represent staff but to operate as part of the governing body to provide strategic leadership and to hold the Headteacher to account.

Parent: Parent Governors are elected by other parents/carers of students at the school. Any parent, which includes a person with parental responsibility, or carer, of a registered pupil at the school at the time of election is eligible to stand. When vacancies arise, the Headteacher will write to parents/carers to seek nominations.

Name
 Governor Attendance at Meetings - 2023-24.pdfDownload
 Governing Body - Code of Conduct.pdfDownload
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