Our school Governors are a crucial component of our school’s leadership. The Kentmere Academy school governors are there to ensure the standards of our school are the best that they can be. There are also their to represent the views of parents on how to best improve the school. If you would like to speak to the governors or raise any concerns that you may have, please contact the school office and they will pass on your request.
All our full governing body minutes are available upon request from the school office.
“I am delighted to have been appointed as a Governor to Kentmere Academy. My daughter, Miss Day currently is a teacher in the school and it is through her that I have come to know much of the impressive work which goes on daily, in and beyond the classrooms.
I have extensive experience in Primary Education, as a classroom teacher, mentor, subject leader and in the role of head teacher of 2 primary schools. I believe this experience will enable me to make a valuable and meaningful contribution to the Governing Body and the school in general. Kentmere is a vibrant and happy community and the children never fail to impress me with their enthusiasm and willingness to learn. I look forward to becoming more closely involved in the school’s journey, as it continues to ‘Soar to Success.’”
For all queries for the Chair of Governors, please contact the Kentmere Academy Governors’ Clerk, Mrs C. Grantham on 01706 647 533 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Kentmere Academy has come a long way since its conversion to Academy status in 2015. The academy has not been without challenges and there has been much hard work in order to get to where the school is today.
The hard work has paid off and I am delighted to announce that the SATS exams this year were the best results that Kentmere Academy has ever achieved. The combined national averages for the Key Stage 2 SATs this year was 52%. Kentmere Academy achieved 91%! This is an outstanding achievement for the school, staff and most importantly, the children.
A big thank you to everyone who has supported the school over the past two years. These results show that the hard work is paying off and that Kentmere Academy is achieving to its full potential.
As Headteacher of Kentmere Academy, I am very proud of the outstanding progress we have made in what is relatively a short period of time, and I am looking forward to our school’s exciting future.”
“My name is Hannah Duffy and I am the staff governor at Kentmere Academy and Nursery. I have worked at this school for six years and it has been fantastic to be part of the team which has transformed the school into the successful and thriving school it is today.”
“In February 2015 Kentmere Academy became a part of the Wardle Trust. I currently hold executive responsibilities within the Wardle Trust. Since joining us, Kentmere Academy has grown into a fantastic school with exceptional teaching at the forefront of it’s mission to be successful.
I am very proud that Kentmere Academy is a member of our multi - academy trust.”
“Thank you to Kentmere Academy for this opportunity. I am looking forward to working with the school to make a difference and continue to improve the learning and welfare of its students.”
“I am looking forward to making a positive difference to the governance here at Kentmere Academy.”
Kentmere Academy and Nursery is a thriving school that offers pupils a fantastic education. I am proud to maintain the high standards expected in our schools as a school governor.
Reehana has worked for the NHS for over 15 years supporting and undertaking audits and was involved in governance processes and procedures. Reehana has a degree in Psychology and a Masters in organisation change and development. She is passionate about contributing to high quality service delivery and wants to support the school in delivering the best education for the children in the community.
I am excited to have joined Kentmere Academy at such an exciting time as a Parent Governor. I look forward to using my skills as a Civil Engineer to help further the success of this Academy. These children are the future pillars of our diverse multicultural community therefore it is important we equip them with the right skills/knowledge and I want to be an integral part of this process.