Dunbury Church of England Academy
Local Governing Board
Who is the Local Governing Board?
The Local Governing Board is a voluntary group, called Local Governors, who carry out many of the functions of a Governing Body. The Local Governors report to an overarching body called the Diocese of Salisbury Academy Trust Board. The Local Governors are responsible for the strategic direction of Dunbury C of E Academy and monitor the impact and implementation of the School Improvement Plan by holding the school to account for its actions. In this respect, the Local Governors works alongside the Headteacher and are a key part of Dunbury’s Leadership Team.
Together with the school the Local Governors will promote high achievement in all curriculum areas so that children can accomplish the very best in all they do, in a safe and caring environment.
What do we do?
The Local Governing Board are bound by a Scheme of Delegation, Constitution and Terms of Reference. These documents provide the set of rules by which the Local Governors abide in supporting the Diocese of Salisbury Academy Trust Board (DSAT) take responsibility for Dunbury C of E Academy.
More information about DSAT and the Local Governor role can be found on the governance section of the DSAT website.