The present All Saints Governing Body
The governing body of All Saints has 16 governor places. There are different categories of governors:
At All Saints we have 2 elected parent governors, chosen by parents after a ballot where every parent can vote. In October 2012, there were 2 parent governor vacancies. Two nominations were received and therefore there was no need to have elections. The next time to elect parent governors will be October 2016.
The elected parent governors are Ayshea Hay and Milen Bennett.
Elected Teaching Staff Governor
At All Saints we have 1 elected teacher governor. In October 2012 there was 1 vacancy. As there was only 1 nomination there was no need to have an election. The next time to elect a teacher governor is October 2016.
The elected teacher governor is Chantal Doffoh.
6 Foundation governors are chosen by the Church Council of All Saints Church and another 2 are chosen by the Anglican (Church of England) Diocese of Southwark. They have a particular duty to ensure that the school maintains its "distinctive Christian ethos.”
Our foundation governors are: Esther Akinmade; Jesse Nderitu; Stella Onwu and Chris Chikwendu. There are currently 2 vacancies for foundation governors.
The Diocese chose Jennifer Brown and Arthur Williams to serve until September 2016.
There are 2 Ex-officio Governors. They are the Head Teacher of All Saints Church of England Primary School and the Minister of All Saints Church. The personnel for these positions only change if the people occupying those posts change.
Presently our ex-officio governors are Jane Elliott, Head Teacher and Father Leonard Marsh, minister of All Saints Church.
Local Authority Governor
This post is chosen by Croydon Local Authority to represent their support of the school. The person who holds this position holds it for 4 years.
Shelisha Bent is the present local authority governor.
At All Saints we have 2 co-opted governors. These are co-opted by the rest of the governing body who choose people who will increase the skills and the representation of the school community. In 2012 the governors co-opted Christine Kent, who is a former staff member, to the governing body. She will serve for a period of 4 years. Janice Rawlins, a staff member who works within the Inclusion Team, was co-opted to the governing body in September 2013.
These are governors approved by the governing body to broaden its skills and expertise. We have one associate governor, Stephen Sin.