The school has a supportive Governing Body which assists in the governance of the school. Governors bring a range of interests, knowledge and skills and have responsibility for overseeing the organisation, curriculum and budget of the school.

Message from the Chair of Governors

The governors are representatives of parents, carers, school staff and the local community and they support the school vision and aims. The Governing Body meets once a term and more frequently in smaller sub-committees and groups. We have the responsibility for supporting the Head teacher in the development of the strategic vision, the curriculum and the budget of the school. The day-to-day running of the school is entrusted to the Head teacher and staff. We feel privileged to be able to play an active role in the life of such a happy, friendly school where all children are encouraged to reach their full potential.

Chandra Sisodia
Chair of Governors

  • providing strategic management
  • acting as a critical friend to the school ensuring accountability
  • promoting high standards of education and achievement
  • planning the schools long term future
  • setting the schools aims an values
  • appointing senior members of staff including the Head Teacher
  • budgetary allocation and control

Governors have an attached class/year group and aim to visit the class at least once each term. Visits help to ensure that governors are able to meet the children and experience the school during the working day. This provides an invaluable opportunity to see learning in action and gain a better understanding of how the school functions on a day-to-day basis in order to support their role as Governor.


“I feel privileged to be a Community Governor at Spring Grove Primary. I have a long affiliation with the school as a parent, a member of staff and a governor. All my children received their primary education here, SGP gave them a great start. I enjoy being part of the fast moving, caring and hardworking School of today. I am responsible of Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) and support the SEND Coordinator in her role. I am proud of being able to contribute and make a difference to the lives of children, staff and local community.”

“I am the Site Manager of Spring Grove Primary School and have been with the school for nearly 14 years. I also serve as a staff governor in the school’s Governing Body.
I have responsibility for the safety, cleanliness and upkeep of the school site. Before joining the Spring Grove team, I worked for a company installing electrical equipment into buildings such as The Houses of Parliament, 10 Downing Street and Portcullis House along with other government buildings.
I have 2 children at Spring Grove, a son in Year 6 and a daughter in Year 3. I was honoured to be asked by the headteacher to become staff governor. “

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