Resources agenda 15th Jan 2015

 

Castlewood School Governing Body

Resources Committee, Castlewood Road, Southwester, West Sussex, RH13 9US, Telephone: 01403 734822, Fax: 01403 734978. http://www.castlewood.w-sussex.sch.uk

Chair: Sarah Speed  Vice Chair:  Nicola Brown                              

 

Our School’s key strengths:

Care, guidance and support at all levels: Team Work

Creative Curriculum and enrichment opportunities

Positive behaviour – inside and outside of school

AGENDA

Resources Committee - Thursday15th January7.00pm

Max time          Lead

1.     Apologies for absence and pecuniary interests   2 mins    SS

2.     Approval of minutes from Resources Meeting 6/11/14  2 mins    SS

3.     Matters arising from Resources meeting 6/11/14:-  5 mins    SS

No

Detail

Responsibility

1.

Ensure the Medicines Policy is on the agenda for FGB in December, for formal approval.

JW

2.

Email a copy of the completed Health and Safety report for the Autumn term to all governors and the office

BA

3.

Amend the checklist for Supporting Children with Medical Conditions – section 9

JS/CR

4.

Make changes to the Emergency Plan and send this out to all governors and the office

BA

5.

Advise of changes to locality training with NB switching to 18/11 session

BA

6.

Start to plan for training event ‘Raising the Achievement of Disadvantaged Children’ for the Locality, held at Castlewood, 2nd half of Spring term (mid April)

BA

4.     Staffing Update  5 mins JS

5.     Update on Performance Management   5 mins JS

6.     Premises Update  5 mins JS

7.     Security  10 mins  JS

8.     Succession Planning    20 mins  SS

9.     Update on Governors SLA with WSCC   5 mins JW

10.  Training update inc John Yates Leadership Cluster reminder   2 mins  SS        

11.  AOB   2 mins SS                                                                             

Dates of next meetings:-

22nd January – Q&S Committee

5th March – Resources Committee

12th March – Q&S Committee

Wednesday 25th March - FGB

 

Priorities 2014/15

Raise standards in English – 100% of able pupils make expected progress and 45% make more than expected progress

Teaching and Learning increasingly moving from Good to Outstanding

Greater Engagement with hard to reach parents

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