Eynsham Community Primary School Governors

The school’s Local Governing Body (LGB) is actively involved in the management of the school. The Headteacher and Chair of Governors work closely throughout the year, and other governors participate in formal termly meetings and through Governors’ visits to see the school in action.  Governors also engage with parents through attendance at school events, via the email address shared below, and through regular parent forum meetings and an annual questionnaire.

The Governing Body has a responsibility for raising school standards, and ensuring it meets its statutory obligations, through the three core strategic functions of:

a. Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction;
b. Holding the Headteacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils; and
c. Overseeing the financial performance of the school and making sure its money is well spent.

Please follow the links to see full statutory information about our Governing Body, including full names, committee responsibilities and key responsibilities.

Full list of Governor information

Contact: If you wish to contact any of the school governors, please ask at the school office or e-mail eynsham.governors@gmail.com.  Thank you.

Governing Body minutes

Please click on the links below to access the minutes from the full meetings of the Local Governing Body that have taken place during this academic year.  Please note that the minutes are adopted at the next full body meeting meaning, for example, that the minutes from 26.6.17 will be adopted then published in October 17.

LGB Minutes 26.6.17

LGB minutes 23.3.17

LGB minutes 10.1.17

LGB minutes 13.10.16

The Multi-Academy Trust

Eynsham Community Primary School works within the governance structure of the Eynsham Partnership Academy (EPA) Multi-Academy Trust.  Key information relating to this structure can be found below.

Scheme of Delegation

The EPA Charity trustees’ and members’ names are available from the EPA website or by clicking here.


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