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Cabinet Decision: 20th May 2010
Title of Item/Report
LA nominations
Record of the Decision
In accordance with the procedure for the appointment of school governors, approved at Minute 84 of the Cabinet (11th May 2000), Cabinet were requested to approve the nominations to school Governing Bodies as detailed within the report.

Cabinet was also provided with an addendum to the report which it also considered.

RESOLVED that appointments be made to the vacant Governorships subject to successful List 99 check and Personal Disclosure, as follows:-

High Clarence Primary School - Cllr A. McCoy

Ingleby Mill Primary School - PC Katrina Clarke

Mandale Mill Primary School - Mrs J. Taylor

Mill Lane Primary School - Mrs J. Coombs

Preston Primary School - Mr M. Cherrett

St Paul's RC primary School - Duncan Porter

Stockton Borough First Federation - Mr E. Jewitt
Norma Wilburn
Cllr A. McCoy
Cllr D. Coleman

The Glebe Primary School - Cllr D. Cains

The Links Primary School - Mrs J. McGuire

Tilery Primary School - Elizabeth Miller
Ms K. Sainbury

Bishopgarth School - Lorraine Crawford

Reasons for the Decision
As a result of the expiry of current Governors terms of office and a number of resignations, vacancies exist on the Governing Bodies detailed in the Appendix to the report. Under powers vested in them by paragraph 79 of the 1996 Education Act, the Local Authority had a duty to appoint representatives to serve as Governors on the Governing Bodies of all Schools maintained by them.
Alternative Options Considered and Rejected
See report in terms of Stockton
Declared (Cabinet Member) Conflicts of Interest
Councillor Coleman declared a personal non- prejudicial interest in the item entitled Local Authority nominations as he was a member of Mill Lane Board of Governors.
Details of any Dispensations
Not applicable.
Date and Time by which Call In must be executed
Not later than Midnight on Friday, 28 May 2010
Attachment

Date of Publication: 24 May 2010


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