The school has 12 governors, including representatives of the parents, of staff and of the various foundations that support the school: the Parrott & Lee Educational Trust, the Parochial Church Council and the Diocese of Oxford. Most governors play the role of a school’s ‘critical friends’. In voluntary aided schools, governors have much greater responsibility for the operation of the school, including budgets, recruitment and school performance. The full governing body in Wootton-by-Woodstock meets three times a year, but governors actively contribute to the life of the school throughout the year: hearing reading, undertaking classroom visits, meeting parents, and ensuring the resources are available to give pupils everything they need to succeed at school and to be happy. Our governors come from all walks of life, but all live locally and understand the important role a small school plays in a village community.
For more information on our Governors please read School Governors 2017-18
Governor Register of Business / Pecuniary Interests for 2018-19
Parent Questionnaire Feedback for Parents 2017