All state funded schools are required by law to have a governing body. The governing body oversees the development of the school but does not deal with the day to day management of the school which is dealt with by the Head and staff. The governing body’s three core strategic functions are:

  1. Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction
  2. Holding the head teacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils
  3. Overseeing the financial performance of the school and making sure its money is well spent

We do this through our half termly full governing body meetings.  Governors are regularly in school talking with staff and pupils, and observing particular areas of work. Such visits are planned and are an important aspect of our role in monitoring the school’s development and improvement. Our governors are all volunteers and come from all walks of life bringing to the school a wide range of skills and experience. Our agreed strategic priorities for the next stage of school development are:

  • To raise our standards and expectations even further so that attainment in all subjects is significantly above average and all children make exceptional progress regardless of starting points by the end of KS2
  • To provide the best learning experience to promote high impact learning
  • To develop every child as an engaged, responsible, independent learner
  • To establish Frimley as the school of choice within the community with a track record of excellence

Parent Governors

Richard Forster (Chairman)

Andrew Barnard

Natalie Stoker

Local Authority



Phil Parker

Roberta Wolff


Clare Wright

Deputy Headteacher

Rachel Farage


Sarah Romp


Tony Ryles (Vice Chair)

Sam Laws

Vanessa Land


Corinne Diss

Parents can contact the Chair of Governors at or the Clerk at

Teaching and Learning

Terms of Reference Resources

Terms of Reference Curriculum

A Christmas Newsletter from the Governors

Dates for Governors’ meetings 2017/2018: 10th October 2017, 21st November 2017, 30th January 2018, 1st May 2018, 22nd May 2018 and 17th July 2018

Governor Portal