The Business Committee met at the beginning of May. There is much to discuss with regards to the  changeover of policies and finance procedures now that we have joined the LSP. Health and Safety and Premises development were also reviewed as part of the Committee’s 
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The Pupil Quality Assurance Committee of Governors met on Wednesday 27th September for our first meeting of the new school year. A new Chair was elected, and thanks given to Chris Jackson for all the work he has put into the role. Please look out 
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The Pupil Quality Assurance Committee of Governors met on Wednesday, 5th July. The excellent recent Ofsted report made us think that perhaps this would be a simple and quick meeting, but, in fact, we spent quite a bit of time discussing outcomes and achievements for 
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I am pleased to report that Governors at the Business Committee meeting on 4th July considered two items that will immediately benefit our pupils. Firstly, we appointed a contractor to refurbish the Junior ICT Suite for the use by all pupils across both schools.  This 
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The Pupil Quality Assurance Committee of Governors met on Wednesday, May 10th. Although this was the first meeting since the Ofsted inspection of the Junior school, the report of the inspection was still not available so we focused mainly on the Infants. The data show 
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Governors held a regular Pupil Quality Assurance committee meeting on 8th ​March. The data that were presented were from the Junior School, and we​ were pleased to see ​a set of ​strong ​results. Chris Jackson Chair of PQA .
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Governors held a regular Pupil Quality Assurance committee meeting on January 25th. They were pleased to see very encouraging data, particularly for writing, which has been an area of relative weakness in the past. Progress in all subjects is looking good in both schools. Chris 
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The Business committee met for its last meeting of 2016 on 22nd November.  Much of the discussions revolved around the current school budgets (we still have two, although the schools are federated).  The schools are experiencing a huge period of change as we move towards 
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The PQA Committee met on November 23rd. The main talking point at this meeting, in addition to our usual business, was a survey of parents/carers. The survey asks parents what they think about the school, whether their children are making good progress and are happy, 
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The Pupil Quality Assurance Committee of governors met on July 6th. Most of our discussion centred on the Key Stage 2 data released just the day before. The results show that the school has done a great job and is above local and national results 
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