The Finance & Personnel Committee (F&P) is responsible for agreeing and monitoring the three year school budget in line with the funding available and that it meets all of the legislative requirements and guidance as well as meeting the schools individual needs and responsibilities as identified via the school’s ‘School Improvement Plan’.
The committee also helps the school to plan, agrees and approves the level of staff employed within the school and again ensuring that all of our legislative employment responsibilities are managed. In addition, the committee has a responsibility to assist the school in ensuring that the school complies with all Financial and Personnel requirements in reporting to Warwickshire County Council.
Chair: Susan Robson
Performance and Standards
This committee is responsible for monitoring how well pupils at Milverton achieve and make progress, as well as discussing with the school all the policies which set out what children will be taught at school – this includes relationships and sex education, special educational needs, and extra-curricular activities.
We also keep an eye on policies which affect everyone’s life at school, like race equality and equal opportunities, and the home-school agreement. The committee works with the school to keep the prospectus accurate, attractive and up-to-date. We monitor attendance, and keep under review the progress the school is making in enabling children to stay safe, be healthy, enjoy and achieve, make a positive contribution, and eventually to achieve economic well being. We also review the school’s child protection policy and procedures annually.
Chair: Cheryl Scott
The Premises Committee at MPS takes responsibility for overseeing and monitoring all areas concerned with the health, safety and welfare of everyone using the school premises. To this end, we meet regularly to ensure that:
• the school has procedures in place to meet all relevant health and safety legislation • relevant policies are up to date and are being adhered to • all accidents on school premises are being monitored • the site is being maintained effectively • decisions are made about the best use of capital expenditure
In addition, we discuss any relevant issues and matters which have arisen with respect to the school environment and welfare of its community – for example travel arrangements.