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Our governors aim to be approachable and transparent, and are interested to hear from parents, carers and staff who have opinions to share.

Our governors aim to be approachable and transparent, and are interested to hear from parents, carers and staff who have opinions to share.

Parents with a specific issue or complaint regarding their child should follow the school complaints procedure that asks parents to contact the class teacher in the first instance. If they are not satisfied with the outcome, or if the complaint is a more general school matter, they should make an appointment to speak to the headteacher. It is only if this does not result in a satisfactory conclusion that a complaint should be brought to the governing body.

However, if you have a more general observation or suggestion about the school, we welcome your views. Each term we host an informal coffee morning, where you can come along, meet members of the governing body and share your views and ideas. Several of the governors are parents at the school and are happy to chat to people if they are around at school drop off or pick up – have a look at our governor profiles to see who to look out for. Governors also make an effort to attend school events such as productions, concerts and PTA events and are happy to listen to parents on these occasions. If you would like to speak to the Chair of governors, or one of the Committee Chairs, they can be contacted through the school office.

If you are interested in becoming a governor or would like to find out more about what we do, please contact our clerk to the governing body, Mr Matthew Lake, Matthew.Lake@islington.gov.uk or by post at 222 Upper Street, Islington, London N1 1XR.