Being a School Governor is a rewarding and effective way to help the lives of young people and to make a voluntary contribution to your community. Co-Opted Governors are appointed by the Governing Body. The Governing Body of Hatfield Peverel Infant School is looking to appoint new governors who either live or work in our community and who have a keen interest in the success of the school.

Do you have:

An interest in the future of our children?
Some spare time, energy and enthusiasm?
A desire to make a difference?
Readiness to accept responsibility?
An ability to work as a team?
Are you happy to ask questions, listen and learn?

If you do, then please consider joining one of the largest volunteer groups in the country, working with others to get the best for our children. If you are interested in becoming a Co-Opted Governor and would like any further information or to discuss the position in more detail then please contact our Chair of Governors, Louise Poulton by email

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