Responsibilities of the Curriculum, Staffing and Effectiveness Committee (CSE)
The responsibilities of the C&S Committee include:
● oversight of pupil progress and attainment, ensuring the school provides a high quality learning experience and delivers a broad and balanced curriculum in keeping with the school's aims, all pupil needs and legal requirements.
● support of the Headteacher and the Senior Leadership Team in carrying out their curriculum responsibilities and related staffing matters on behalf of the Board of Governors
● monitoring progress of the School Development Plan;
● reviewing curriculum issues, inspection reports, examination results, school self-evaluation process etc.
● keep under review the school’s curriculum and statutory obligations in relation to the
● monitor school based, local and national Progress and Attainment data and reports (e.g. Analyse School Performance, ASP), evaluating achievement and analysing the performance of different groups and subjects;
● keep under review the SEN policy, monitoring provision and ensuring that the school fulfils its responsibilities for pupils with special educational needs and with disabilities;
● monitor the provision for and evaluate the progress and attainment of vulnerable groups (e.g. children eligible for FSM, looked after children, young carers) and EAL provision, and evaluate the effectiveness of intervention strategies including the use of the pupil premium;
● ensure that all children have equal opportunities and the school meets Public Sector Equality Duties in relation to teaching and learning, curriculum, achievement and progress;
● monitor and evaluate the quality of teaching and learning and the professional development of staff.
● establish and review the Nursery Admissions Policy and procedures which comply with current legal requirements and make recommendations to the governing body;
● oversee the school's contribution to pupil well-being, including the extent to which pupils feel safe, adopt healthy lifestyles and contribute to the school and wider community;
● establish and recommend to the Board of Governors a policy on behaviour and associated policies (including anti-bullying), monitor their implementation and evaluate outcomes.
● establish, monitor and evaluate child protection and safeguarding policies/procedures and make recommendations to the governing body;
● monitor and evaluate the engagement of parents with the school, parental views and how these are taken into account; establish and review the working in partnership agreement.
● monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of communications with parents including statutory requirements such as the complaints procedure
● monitor community links and community use of the school, and evaluate the school’s
contribution to promoting community cohesion;
● monitor the range of the extended school offer and evaluate its impact;
● keep under review provision and policies for sex and relationships education, religious
education and collective worship and make recommendations to the governing body as necessary;
Behaviour and Discipline
Disciplinary Procedure (including Allegations of Abuse against Staff & Staff Discipline)
Flexible Working Policy
Staff Appraisal Policy
Self Evaluation Policy
|Governor||Governor Type||25 Nov 2019||20 Jan 2020||02 Mar 2020||29 Jun 2020|
|Mr Thomas Debost||Parent governor||Y||X||Y||Y|
|Miss Alexandria Flowers||Co-opted governor||X||Y||X||Y|
|Mrs Paula Garbett||Acting Headteacher||n/a||n/a||Y||Y|
|Tracey Sutton||Co-opted governor||Y||X||Y||Y|