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22/11/20

Thank you so much for everything you have done, it’s helped get some of our kids connected. https://t.co/yI9vN0MzuD

20/11/20

Year 6 completed the HPAM circuit challenge! How many can you do in 3 minutes? https://t.co/N1oCJjjPEM

20/11/20

The weather is getting colder! Please ensure all children have appropriate coats and shoes for playing outside in the chillier weather.

18/11/20

Families, please check your phones for information on a form that has been uploaded to our website for parents and carers to complete.

17/11/20

We're looking for a parent governor. If you are interested you can find out more details here https://t.co/H6w33Wk98U

14/11/20

On Friday 20th we’ll be celebrating anti-bullying week by wearing odd socks! https://t.co/ov4hssiX6X

14/11/20

Happy Diwali to all our families that are celebrating this weekend. https://t.co/6E61x0KbZl

13/11/20

A huge well done to all our children and staff today! https://t.co/iQb1pb94Gf

13/11/20

Madness in pyjamas https://t.co/CPnMEewGK9

13/11/20

We have been busy reading the rainbow! 🌈 well done to all our children! https://t.co/gZLt2nkgTQ

13/11/20

It’s clearly today! https://t.co/3eca0VSH0w

13/11/20

There’s a bear on the loose! https://t.co/cimYqSmmPf

12/11/20

Remember you can wear spots or pyjamas for tomorrow!

10/11/20

Great tips on supporting reading and language when reading. https://t.co/pHqbBFREW1

08/11/20

Retweetd From Healthy Merton

Merton's has opened on a second day! They are now open on Wednesdays (16:30-18:30) and Thursdays (13:30-15:30). Come along to COLLECT a fresh food parcel and DONATE any good but unwanted food for others to take. https://t.co/1bs4kgKiAy https://t.co/UZ4BTAz0sI

08/11/20

Make sure you understand the pros and cons of Roblox if your child is playing it. https://t.co/wgpGuIPV4t

07/11/20

It’s Children in Need next week! All families should have received details about the day by email. It’s also on our website in the letters section. https://t.co/vgDCfWO4ua

07/11/20

Did you know our website has a Parent and Carer's page. We have a range of support from online internet safety courses to parenting support. Simply go to our website and click Parent and Carers at the top of the page.

07/11/20

Do you know what the age limits and safety ratings are for the apps and websites your children are using? Use https://t.co/ZjM5PJOHA1 to check the guidance and recommendations

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Governance & Scheme of Delegation (Academies)

 

The Role of Governor

Within England, there are over 300,000 School/Academy Governors, who form the largest volunteer force in the country.

The roles of individual Governors, and subsequently members of a Governing Body, work collectively to perform a strategic role and carry out key functions such as:

  • Discuss and set the aims and objectives for the Academy.
  • Set the required policies for achieving those aims and objectives.
  • Set the required targets for achieving those aims and objectives
  • Monitor and evaluate the progress that the Academy is making towards it’s set aims and objectives.

Finally the role of role of the Academy Governor is to be a source of challenge and support to the Principal, i.e. a 'critical friend.'

The Governing Body of Harris Primary Academy Merton

The Academy is a member of the Harris Federation. Ultimate responsibility for the Academy rests with the Board of Trustees of the Federation, (Federation governance details and scheme of delegation can be found here), but much of the work of the Board is delegated to the Local Governing Body (the Governors of the Academy). Some Governors are appointed by the Federation whilst others are elected by parents or guardians of students at the Academy or by staff. The details of the Governors at Harris Primary Academy Merton are shown below.

The Chair of the Academy Governing Body is Mr Robin Alcock 

The Governor responsible for Safeguarding is Ms Rebecca Bagguley

The Clerk to the Governing Body is Mrs Charlotte Porter

Name

Date of Appointment

Date of resignation

Term of office

Appointed as

Business and pecuniary interests

Full Governors Meetings Attended/

Total Attended

2018-19

Full Governors Meetings Attended/

Total Attended

2019-20

Sir Dan Moynihan

September 2018

 

4 years

Sponsor Governor

None

0

0

Barry Elliott

September 2018

 

4 years

Sponsor Governor

None

3

2

Robyn Alcock

January 2020

 

4 years

Chair of Govenors

None

3

1

Aaron King

February 2016

 

4 years

Sponsor Governor

None

2

1

Sabeena Hasan

September 2018

 

4 years

Sponsor Governor

None

0

0

Janette Clarke

December 2016

 

4 years

Staff Governor

None

3

1

Rachel Bowern

October 2017

 

Ex- Officio

Ex-Officio

None

3

2

Nicole Liddicoat September 2019   Ex-Officio Ex-Officio None 3 1

Nadine Reid

July 2018

 

4 years

Parent Governor

None

2

2

Victoria Forbes

September 2019

 

4 years

Sponsor Governor

None

1

0

Guy Collings

Sept 2019

 

4 years

Sponsor Governor

None

N/A

2

Henry Lynn

Sept 2019

 

4 years

Sponsor Governor

None

N/A

2

Rebecca Bagguley

Sept 2018

 

4 years

Sponsor Governor

None

3

2

Aquib Majid

December 2019

 

4 Years

Sponsor Governor

None

N/A

1

 

To contact the Chair of Governors/Safeguarding Governor or clerk to the governors, please write to Harris Primary Academy Merton, Abbotts Road, Mitcham, Surrey, CR4 1JW, or telephone 0208 679 3707, or send an email via C.Porter@harrisprimarymerton.org.uk

Should you wish to contact the Governing Body regarding a complaint please use the above email address.