Why do Schools Need Governors?
Every school has a Governing Body to represent the local community - "the stakeholders" in the running of our schools. School Governors bring external support perspectives from ordinary life, the staff and the Local Authority to help secure the best possible education for the children in the school. They have important responsibilites like managing the school budget, overseeing the curriculum and appointing staff.
What do School Governors do?
Governors work as a team to:
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Becoming a School Governor
|Governing Body Position||Date term of office started||Date term of office expires||Attendance at meetings 2015/2016||Pecuniary interests|
|Chair of Governors|
|Ms J.A. Devine||19th June 2015||18th June 2019||12 of 12||None|
|Mrs P. Bradshaw||25th March 2016||24th March 2020||4 of 4||None|
|Mrs S. Dolan||25th March 2016||24th March 2020||1 of 1||None|
|Mr D. Cummings||10th November 2016||9th November 2020||n/a||None|
|Mrs M. Foulds||10th November 2016||9th November 2020||n/a||Staff governor at primary school|
|Mrs A. Halstead||10th November 2016||9th November 2020||n/a||None|
|Mrs C. McDonald||10th November 2016||9th November 2020||n/a||None|
|Mrs L. Pender||15th November 2013||14th November 2017||5 of 6||None|
|Mrs N. Winstanley||10th November 2016||9th November 2020||n/a||Associate Governor at high school|
|Mr P. Hughes
||10th November 2016||9th November 2020||10 of 12||Officer at St Helens Council|
|Dr. L Iwanejko||5th July 2017||4th July 2021||n/a||None|
|Mr D.G. Marsh||1st September 2016||31st August 2019||5 of 8||None|
|Mr N. Rouch||10th November 2016||9th November 2020||n/a||Chair of Governors at primary school|
|Mrs A. Scott||1st September 2015||31st August 2019||7 of 8||None|
|Local Authority Governors|
|Cllr A. Burns||10th November 2016||9th November 2020||n/a||LA Councillor|
|Mr I. Murphy||2nd January 2015||1st January 2019||12 of 12||None|
|Mr K. Wright||10th November 2016||9th November 2020||6 of 6||Spouse is member of school staff|
At Haydock High School our mission is to care for and support
each student so that they fulfil their potential, make outstanding progress and become successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens. We will be relentless in developing our skills, and work with our parents, Governors and wider partners to ensure that every student is known, contributes to our community and is
fulfilled in achieving their ambitions.
The pace of curriculum change continues to accelerate, for example introducing a more flexible Key Stage 3. Our constant planning offers confidence for successful delivery and assessment of these areas.
Over the last few years we have been successful in achieving Sportsmark, Investors in People, Artsmark, Careers and Guidance and Healthy Schools accreditation. We were also awarded the accolade of a ‘Get Set’ school in the run-up to the 2012 London Olympics.
We take great pride in serving the needs of our students and are dedicated to each and every one of them making outstanding progress in their time at our school. To this end, we undertake a significant commitment and interest in them as individuals so that we can most effectively meet their specific needs. This care for their achievement means we have the very highest expectations of their attendance, respect for the school and our ethos, behaviour, happiness, fulfilment and academic progress.
Facilities With a £250,000 refurbishment in 2006, the PE department and Leisure Centre were refurbished to accommodate more people and classes, offering a wide range of activities to students and the wider community. The changing rooms are of a high standard with disabled access, automatic showers and private cubicles. Sports Hall The Sports Hall can accommodate the following: 5 a side football, whole Sports Hall Cricket, whole Sports Hall Badminton, whole or half Sports Hall Keep Fit and much more.