How to become a Governor
There are four ways of becoming a Governor at Rosecroft Primary School.
- Co-opted Governors - are recruited from the community around the school and can bring a community perspective/interest to the governing body.
- Parent* Governors - are appointed to represent the parents within the school. Parent governors are elected by the parents or guardians of children attending the school. All parents or guardians of children attending the school are entitled to propose or second candidates and vote. We welcome all applications.
- Staff - are represented on the governing body. Elections are held via the school.
- LA (Local Authority) Governors - are nominated by local County Councillors on behalf of the Local Authority. These are processed through Governor Services.
*Parent is defined for the purposes of the Constitution Regulations as including any individual who has or has had parental responsibility for, or cares or has cared for, a child or young person under the age of 18. It includes a person who the child lives with and who looks after the child, irrespective of what their relationship is with the child. The reference in the definition must be to someone involved in the full-time care of the child on a settled basis.
Anyone who is interested in becoming a school governor should contact the school office:-
Telephone:- 01953 453127
For more information you can visit the Norfolk County Council Website, click on the link below:
No vacancies at present.