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Oakley Vale Primary school


"Governors know the school well and are ambitious for its future. They are effective at holding the principal to account for school improvement. They provide appropriate challenge and question the information she provides."

Ofsted 2017

Governance Information

The Local Governor has responsibility for contributing to the work of the governing body in ensuring high standards of achievement for all children and young people in the school by:

  • Setting the school’s vision, ethos and strategic direction;
  • Holding the Principal to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils; and
  • Ensuring the school and staff have the correct resources and support to fulfil their function.

For information about our governing body, including membership, attendance and register of business interests, click here.

Oakley Vale Primary School is part of the Brooke Weston Trust. Brooke Weston Trust is governed by the Board of Directors who are ultimately responsible for holding the Executive Team to account. At Brooke Weston Trust we place great significance of the importance of governance in raising school standards and ensuring effectiveness in the running of our academies.

The Board of Directors delegate responsibilities to specific committees in order to aid them in carrying out their function. For more information about Brooke Weston Trust governance, including information about the Funding Agreement, Articles of Association, Annual Account and Report etc. please click here.

To contact a member of the governing body, please email the clerk to the governors on 



To find out about our current local governing body members please follow this link. 

Please click here to view the register of business interests for the governing body.

We often have vacancies for community governors. Becoming a governor is one of the most significant ways to help promote the partnership between the school and the local community. 

Anyone who has an interest in education and relevant skills to fulfil the role of a governor can apply when a vacancy arises. We warmly welcome candidates from every area of our school’s community. Governors need not be experts in the field of education but need to have an interest in the school and in the welfare of our children and have the time and willingness to get involved. Training is available for all governors and this governing body has an expectation that those new to being a governor attend free induction training. Further information can be found here.