The Remit of the Achievement and Wellbeing Committee

 

  • To consider matters relating to the school’s curriculum, including statutory requirements and establish the relevant policies including:
    • A Curriculum Policy
    • Sex Education Policy
    • Special Needs Policy
  • To consider curricular issues which have implications for Finance and Personnel decisions and to make recommendations to the relevant committees or the Governing Body
  • To comment on or help prepare the curriculum sections of the School Improvement Plan for approval by the Full Governing Body
  • To oversee arrangements for individual governors to take a leading role in specific areas of provision, eg Special Educational Needs and, Looked After Children. To receive regular reports from them and advise the Governing Body.
  • To review annually the GCSE and other public examination results of the school including the data around specific cohorts, eg pupil premium students
  • To recommend targets to the Full Governing Body after receiving advice from the SIP and Headteacher
  • To review and agree the behaviour policy of the school
  • To review the process for information sharing with parents including the adoption and review of The Home / School Agreement and the post-16 learning contract
  • To review and report to the full governing body at least annually the matters of admissions, exclusion and attendance including the use of the BACS process
  • To oversee arrangements for educational visits, including the appointment of a named co-ordinator 
  • To review the School Behaviour and Discipline Policy, and make recommendations on changes to the Governing Body or relevant committee
    • Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education
    • Management of the process using the Disclosure and Barring Service

 

Achievement and Well Being - Admissions Committee

  • To determine within statutory provisions and the governing board policy whether any child should be admitted to the school
  • To review admissions arrangements and the oversubscription criteria
    • Should a review need to take place it is recommended that a working party be set up of no less than three governors to undertake the review, to report back to Full Governors.