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The Governing Body meets regularly for both full governing body and individual committee meetings. Parents and carers may put forward items for discussion through parent governors and may also attend the first part of a full governing body meeting.
Fr Morris has lived and ministered in Tottenham since 2008. As well as coming in to school for meetings, he leads the occasional assembly and classes sometimes visit St Mary’s Church. On the Governing Body, Fr Morris is Vice-Chair and chairs the Resources Committee.
My name is Anita Gray and I have three children ranging from the age of 18 to 30 and all attended a Haringey school. I have been working at The Mulberry Primary School for nearly 3 years. Previously, I taught at another local Haringey school for over 15 years, holding many responsibilities from PSHE coordinator to lead in Reading across the school. I also thoroughly enjoyed my time working in Early Years, working alongside parents and the wider community. My hobbies are home renovations, gardening and self-improvement.
The Governing Body (GB) reaches its decisions using a voting system, and may delegate particular tasks to be decided, through a vote, to a sub-Committee. When Committees vote on matters, Associated Members may also vote providing the Full Governing Body has previously given them this right and have had this decision minuted. Associate Members may be excluded from any part of a Committee meeting should an item of business concern an individual member of staff or a pupil. In the event of a deadlock, the Chair of the Committee will have the casting vote. All decisions of the GB’s sub-Committees should be reported back to the GB at its meetings and recorded in the minutes.