Board of Governors

The Hautlieu Board of Governors are ambassadors for the school and what we do. The Board supports and monitors governance of the school, providing oversight of areas such as:

  • The financial performance of the school; making sure its money is well spent
  • The school’s leadership of educational standards and students’ achievement
  • The school’s clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction

Should anyone wish to contact any of the Governors, please contact Sarah Barton, the Clerk to the Board of Governors, in the first instance.

Members of the Hautlieu Board of Governors

  • Mrs Sylvia Roberts (Chair)
  • Dr Graham Root (Vice-Chair)
  • Mr Adrian Moss (Teacher Governor)
  • Mrs Melinda Isherwood (Parent Governor)
  • Mrs Catherine Kirby (Parent Governor)
  • Mrs Lee McGurty (Parent Governor)
  • Mr Ronald Isherwood (Parent Governor)
  • Mrs Patrycja Zakrzewska (Parent Governor)

Mr Nick Falle – Headteacher, Hautlieu

In Attendance:

  • Miss Kate Blackhall – Deputy Headteacher
  • Miss Claire Jackson – Deputy Headteacher
  • Sarah Barton – Clerk to the Hautlieu Board of Governors

Board of Governor Meetings and Sub-committee meetings

The Board of Governors meets as a whole, five times per academic year.  In addition, there are four Governor sub-committees, overseeing specific areas of the school’s work:

Safeguarding and Health & Safety sub-committee

Meets 3 times per academic year

Finance sub-committee

Meets 3 times per academic year

Curriculum, Staffing, Standards and Inclusion sub-committee

Meets 3 times per academic year

Governance and Risk sub-committee

Meets twice per academic year


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