SGS Pegasus School Local School Board
Welcome from SGS Pegasus Chair of the Local School Board, Chris Berry.
On behalf of the Local Governing Body at SGS Pegasus School, welcome to our website.
SGS Pegasus Chair of the Local School Board
On behalf of the Local School Board at SGS Pegasus School, welcome to our website.
As part of a Multi-Academy Trust, the Local School Board is a Committee of the SGS Academy Trust Board of Trustees.
SGS Pegasus School has high expectations for all, we are a committed School Board who both support and challenge the Head Teacher and Senior Management Team through the monitoring of quality activities and engagement with stakeholders of the school.
Pupils are our number one priority and all staff, school board members and trustees work together with a common aim of providing a safe and personalised learning environment in which all learners can reach their potential and have a positive time at school. Parents and carers are very much part of the whole school community and we welcome your input through links with Parent members and involvement with the school.
Do you want to make a difference in the lives of young people?
The Local School Board members are volunteers, playing an important part in raising the standards of achievement for all pupils.
The Local School Board encourages the recruitment of members from all sections of the community and applications are always welcomed from people of all cultural backgrounds, skills and experience. Details about the Roles and Responsibilities of the LSB members, together with current member details including Parent representatives, can be found below.
If you require any further information, please contact our Governance Officer – Jo Allman on Jo.Allman@sgscol.ac.uk.
The Trust Board of SGS AT believe it is important that Board reflect the diversity of the school communities they serve. Diverse boards promote inclusive school environments and provide diverse role models for staff and young people.
The SGS AT Trust Board are currently collecting data on the diversity of the board, including data on age, gender and ethnicity. They will use that data to inform their recruitment and training needs and ensure there is always a diverse range of perspectives around the table to support robust decision making.
Due to our relatively small governing bodies we do not publish this diversity data online as individual governors could be identified and we have a legal obligation to protect their personal data.