Barlby High @Barlby_HighOur second-hand uniform shop will be open at school today from 5.30-7.30pm. Come and grab your bargains! Thanks to the Friends of Barlby High for organising #uniform #preloved https://t.co/ghh1eMrvha1 week ago
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Barlby High @Barlby_HighA reminder that if your son/daughter needs any pieces of uniform for the next school year (or even to see them through the rest of the summer term!), come along to our second-hand uniform shop at school tomorrow from 5.30-7.30pm #uniform #preloved #readyforschool https://t.co/YZA64ctJVH1 week ago
Barlby High @Barlby_HighA reminder that if your son/daughter needs any pieces of uniform for the next school year (or even to see them through the rest of the summer term!), come along to our second-hand uniform shop at school on Thursday 15 July from 5.30-7.30pm #uniform #preloved2 weeks ago
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Barlby High School
Barlby High School
Vale of York Academy
Manor CE Academy
Poppleton Ousebank Primary
Forest of Galtres Primary
Burton Green Primary
Barlby High School
Barlby High School
Vale of York Academy
Manor CE Academy
Poppleton Ousebank Primary
Forest of Galtres Primary
Burton Green Primary

BARLBY HIGH SCHOOL IS PART OF

Our Governors

A Multi-Academy Trust (MAT) is a legal entity accountable for the running of the organisation and all the academies within it. The MAT is a charitable company limited by guarantee, and has multiple layers of governance: the Members, the Board of Trustees and Board Committees, which include a Local Governing Committee for each academy within the MAT.

The Local Governing Committee serves as a sub-committee of the Hope Learning Trust York Board of Trustees, and their responsibilities are set out within the Trust’s Scheme of Delegation. If required, the Board can either delegate more powers to the Local Governing Committee or withdraw powers in exceptional situations. Governors are not involved in the operational running of the academy; the daily management of the academy is the responsibility of the Principal.  All decisions are made as a group; governors are there as a corporate body responsible for the governance of the academy and not to represent their own interests or the interest of others.

What does the Local Governing Committee do?

Local governors have three central duties:

            i) setting the vision of the local academy
            ii) holding the Headteacher/Principal to account
            iii) and ensuring the academy’s financial management is to the highest possible standard.

Governors carry out their tasks in a number of different ways, through regular meetings and visits to the academy. Meetings are held at least once a term.

For a full list of Trust Board and LGC meetings, please see below.

The Local Governing Committee provides the school with a wide range of skills and experience which supports the Senior Leadership team in vital decisions that enhance the academy’s environment, curriculum and delivery of the best educational experience possible. 

If you are interested in becoming a governor for our school, please contact us by email: hello@bhs.hlt.academy

Committee Structure

The governing body has three sub committees who each have responsibility for holding senior and middle leaders to account for various aspects:

 

Resources Committee

This committee is responsible for staffing, HR, finance and all aspects of leadership.  They meet on a regular basis to ensure financial accounting is appropriate and schools budgets are managed well.  This includes reviewing and approving start and revised budgets and the overview of the school fund charity account.  They review all requests for pay and progression considering outcomes, evidence and impact as well as attendance.  They lead on any restructure recommendations from the Principal and other senior leaders and participate in disciplinary/redundancy and attendance panels as appropriate (with the exception of staff governors).  They consider safeguarding matters and the link Safeguarding Governor is also on the Resources Committee.

 

Standards Committee

The governors review and challenge all aspects of achievement for the students at Barlby High School.  They consider data provided by the senior leadership team at all levels of KS3 & KS4 including investigating key groups such as Most Able, boys v girls, disadvantaged, SEND and others.  Governors also participate in book scrutiny, lesson drop-ins, Faculty Area Reviews and visit school to link with individual faculties/aspects.  They consider attendance and behaviour due to their strong links and impact on outcomes and achievement of students.

 

Skills and Training

Governors do not need specific skills, but many of the tasks they are required to undertake can benefit from general business knowledge such as understanding management systems, budget planning and HR functions.

Local authorities are required to ensure that training for governors is available and most governing bodies buy into their local authority training packages (which may include online learning) to ensure that governors are properly inducted to their role and trained for specific tasks such as appointing the Principal and then carrying out the Principal’s performance review.

 

Barlby High School Governor information

The LGC is made up of:

The Principal, three Parent Governors and one Staff Governor. The remaining governors are co-opted and all the above governors have full voting rights at Local Governing Committee meetings and on their relevant sub-committees. Information on the governors is below with detail of committee membership, business interests and terms of office.

There are two governors employed by Barlby High School, Julie Caddell, Principal and Sandra Chambers. There are no relationships between governors and any members of staff in school (in terms of spouse, partners or relatives).

To contact the Chair of Governors please email: chair@bhs.hlt.academy

NameGovernor PostFromToCommittee Responsibilities
Julie CaddellPrincipal (ex-officio)01/09/2017- - -
Sandra ChambersStaff (Elected)04/1/202103/01/2025
Jen MayneParent08/10/202007/10/2024
Ruth WatersParent21/02/201820/02/2022SEND Link
Alan BrownTrust Appointed20/01/202119/01/2025
Paul CannovanTrust Appointed08/07/201907/07/2023Chair, Safeguarding, Pupil Premium Link
Elizabeth RidleyTrust Appointed21/11/201920/11/2023
David WinterburnTrust Appointed17/07/201916/07/2023Deputy Safeguarding Link
Mark RamplingTrust Appointed (Staff)17/07/201916/07/2023Vice-Chair, Health & Safety Link
VACANCYTrust Appointed
VACANCYTrust Appointed- - - - - -
Jess SwarbrickGovernance Advisor (Clerk)01/09/2017- - -

 

Governors who have left the Governing Body in the last 12 months:

NameGovernor PostFromStepped Down
Carolyn BellParent21/02/201812/09/2020
Juan BrooksTrust Appointed19/12/2018June 2020

 

Meeting dates 2021-21

  • Wednesday 30 September 2020
  • Wednesday 25 November 2020
  • Wednesday 27 January 2021
  • Wednesday 21 April 2021
  • Wednesday 23 June 2021

Governor Business Interests 

 Name of Governor Nature of any business interests including details of the company or organisation Date of start of interest Details of governor membership at another school or academy Details of any relationship between governor and member of school staff (eg spouse) 
Mrs Julie Caddell NONE NONE NONE 
Mrs Sandra Chambers NONE NONE NONE 
Dr Ruth Waters NONE NONE NONE 
Mr Paul Cannovan NONE NONE NONE 
Miss Elizabeth Ridley Deputy Principal, Selby College 09/10/2000 Chair, Whitley & Eggborough Community Primary School 
Mr Mark Rampling Teacher at Vale of York Academy (part of the Hope Learning Trust, York) January 2013 NONE NONE 
Mr David Winterburn Exam Invigilator for Barlby High School June 2017 
Dr Jen Mayne NONE NONE NONE 
Dr Alan Brown Principal Resources – occasional supply work for Barlby High School September 2020 NONE NONE 

 

Governor Attendance

Click here to download the Barlby High School LGC Attendance Register 2019-20

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