Governors can best be likened to the non-executive directors of a public company. Their main responsibilities include determining the aims, values and overall conduct of the school with a view to promoting high standards of educational achievement.

Specific duties include setting staffing levels, appointing the Headteacher and senior staff, setting and agreeing the school budget, ensuring that a broad and balanced curriculum is delivered, as well as health and safety and the management of the premises.

The Governors work as a team with the Headteacher to raise the standards of achievement for all students at the school; they act as a critical friend by monitoring and challenging.

The Governing Body

The Governing Body is comprised of 13 Governors:

  • the Headteacher
  • 1 Governor appointed by the local authority
  • 2 Foundations Governors appointed by the Aylesbury Learning Partnership of Schools (ALPS) of which The Grange is a member
  • 3 Governors elected by the parent body
  • 1 Governor elected by the staff
  • 5 Governors co-opted (appointed) by the Governing Board of which a maximum of two may be staff members.

These documents below gives details of current membership, roles and attendance.

To keep informed of the work of our governors, please see the Schedule of Governors’ Meetings and Minutes of Meetings pages.