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School Improvement Board

 

The School Improvement Board (SIB) of St. Peter's actively runs the school with the Headteacher and the staff. Together, they determine the strategic direction, policies and practice of the school and monitor standards and achievement.

 

They meet five times a year as a full board and receive a report from the Headteacher.  They ask questions, debate issues and make decisions.  They act as a critical friend to the school.  In between the full SIB meetings the Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural Development (SMSCD) Committee and working parties set up to focus on key areas meet.  This is a large first school and there is always a lot of business to deal with.

 

For full details on the remit of the School Improvement Board, please see the Scheme of Delegation and the Terms of Reference which are published on the Rivers Multi Academy Trust site here.

 

Who are the Members at St. Peter’s?

Name

Type of Member

Chris Felgate

Chair of SIB, Community Member

Andy Tromans

Vice Chair of SIB, Community Member

Lucy Mills

Deputy Headteacher, Associate

Katie Donaldson

Parent Member

Rev Laura Handy

Community Member

Louise Hird

Parent Member

Helen Keen

Staff Member

Tracey O’Keeffe-Pullan

Headteacher, Board Appointed Member

Dr Neil Pyper

Community Member

Hayley Watson

Staff Member

Jill Wheeler

Community Member

Gail Hodnett

Clerk to the SIB

 

 

Newsletter from SIB Chair

Annual Questionnaire

 

Each year, the School Improvement Board send out a questionnaire to all parents/carers based on the Ofsted Parent View survey. There are some additional questions relating specifically to St Peter's and an opportunity for additional comments to be added.  A record of responses have been collated since 2010, however no data was recorded for 2014 as the questionnaire was released on Survey Monkey and the response rate was so low the data was not comparable. Below are responses from SIB members to feedback from the 2017/2018 questionnaire and also a graph record of responses since 2010. 

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