The Governing Body are an elected group of volunteers with a good mixture of parent, community and church based governors.
We meet six times a year as a full governing body and each sub-committee meets at least once a term.
Our role is to monitor, challenge and support the school in its decision making.
This link gives information on why you may like to become a governor - why-become-a-governor-in-Suffolk-leaflet.pdf
This link is to the National Governors' Association code of conduct for governors that the school has adopted - code of conduct
The documents below give details about the current members of our governing body -
Hopton's Governor Leaflet