A Message from the Chair of Governors
The Governors of Graiseley Primary School, many of whom are parents of existing or past pupils of the school, are aware that the decision about the choice of a primary school for your child is extremely important.
We hope that this prospectus will give you an insight into the values and culture that we promote at Graiseley, and encourage you to send your child or children to Graiseley. I know from my frequent visits to the school that Graiseley has a fine reputation for creating a friendly and homely atmosphere amongst pupils, staff and parents – an atmosphere in which all children are encouraged to do their best. Our size helps us to provide excellent pupil/teacher ratios. We now are looking to strengthen our links with local industry and the community to enrich our children's education and experience. Governors, staff, parents and pupils are extremely proud of Graiseley, which we believe creates an environment in which children from a range of backgrounds can work together to build a firm foundation for future academic and personal success.
If you wish to know more, please contact the head, Mrs. Sharifan Nasa, or any of the governors or staff. Please also feel free to come along and see us either formally or at one of our special events. We will be delighted to see you!
Governors are appointed for four years. It is their responsibility to supervise the management of the school. They meet at least twice every term to discuss and to make decisions about the many aspects of school management. At each meeting the Headteacher presents a report describing events of the term. The Governors also have to manage the school's budget, they have to appoint teaching staff and they have to plan for the school's future development. If you would like to contact a Governor for any reason you can do so through the Headteacher at the school, you can contact the Clerk to the Governors at the Civic Centre, or you can approach the Governor directly.
Our School Governors
All Governors presently have voting rights with the exception of Mrs K Crook (who is in attendance at meetings only).
No Governor has registered an interest. In addition no Governor has made us aware that they Govern at other Schools or have a relationship with members of staff, spouses etc with the exception of Simon Graeme who is a Governor at Highfields High School.