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Terms of Reference - Curriculum

 

Curriculum Committee   (This Committee has delegated authority)

 

Membership: A maximum of 7 members of the Governing Body including the Head Teacher.

 

Observer/s:  As agreed by the governing body.

 

Quorum: 4 Governors

 

Meetings: One per term to be decided at the start of the school year, and more frequently if required.

 

Terms of reference

 

Curriculum committee:  

 

  • To advise the Governing Body on its statutory obligations relating to the curriculum
  • To keep under review the school’s curriculum policy
  • To monitor, evaluate and review the implementation of the curriculum policy
  • To review the policy and provision for Religious Education and Collective Worship, ensuring that it conforms to Diocesan guidelines, and where necessary make recommendations to the governing body
  • To ensure that the requirements of children with Special Educational Needs are met so far as is reasonably practicable
  • To monitor, evaluate and review the school’s achievement and standards protocols.
  • To set targets for pupil achievement.
  • To review the school prospectus and website
  • To support curriculum development, teaching and learning and associated staff continuous professional development, within the financial limitations set by the Finance Committee
  • To consider and determine complaints relating to the curriculum
  • To attend or commission appropriate training for governors

 

Quality:

 

  • To contribute to the school development plan and the SEF as required
  • To monitor a complaints policy and procedure for parents
  • To consider and review the school’s formal complaints procedure on an annual basis
  • To consider and review the school’s pupil behaviour policy
  • To evaluate the provision of Extended Services
  • To monitor, evaluate and review the personal development and well-being of pupils
  • To consider views of children, parents, carers and other stakeholders
  • To attend or commission appropriate training for governors

 

 

 

 


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