Our School Governors

Governors normally meet once a term to receive reports from the Headteacher on the life and work of the school. Members of staff also report to Governors at the termly meetings, and this usually takes the form of an in-depth look at some aspect of the whole curriculum. Termly meetings are held at the school and are now open to the public.

This of course means that parents can attend as observers, although governors retain the right to take certain agenda items as confidential.

The Governing Body has formed several Committees, which focus on particular aspects of the Governors’ responsibilities e.g. Finance, Curriculum, Staffing and Premises.

With the wider powers given them by recent legislation Governors have a very significant role to play in ensuring that, along with the Headteacher and colleagues, they move the school forward in a coherent, cohesive way.

Governors are appointed to help:
Decide what is taught;
Set standards of behaviour;
Interview and select staff;
Decide how the school budget is spent.

Mountbatten School Governors

GovernorType of Governor/Appointed ByDate of AppointmentTerm of OfficeResponsibilities
Mr A AliExecutive Headteacher30/03/20Duration of tenure
Mr Antonio TombananeParent08/11/19 4 yearsChair
Safeguarding (incl. child protection)
Leadership and Management
Health and Safety
Literacy and Numeracy
Subject Leadership
Miss Paula ToddParent 01/05/184 YearsVice Chair
Looked after Children
Mrs Claire GreenfieldStaff22/06/154 years
Mr Richard LongAppointed23/01/194 yearsAttendance
Social, Moral and Cultural

Governor Interests

GovernorDeclared InterestDate Interest StartedRelationship with Governors/StaffMeeting Attendance
Mr Amraz AliVenn Deputy CEO/Director of School ImprovementJanuary 2018NoneN/A
Mr Antonio TombananeDirector of Constellation TrustPartner of Mrs Little (staff)2 of 2
Miss Paula ToddNoneNone1 of 2
Mrs Claire GreenfieldNoneNone2 of 2
Mr Richard LongNoneNone1 of 1

All governors can be contacted via the school office:

01482 375224


School governors are people who want to make a positive contribution to children’s education. Governors are one of the largest volunteer forces in the country and have an important part to play in raising school standards.