|Chair of Governors||Dr Stephen Ellison|
|Vice Chair of Governors||Mr Robin Campbell||St Nicholas Parochial Church Council (PCC)|
|Elected Parent||Mrs Shivali Mathur|
|Local Authority Governor||Mr Nick Riley|
|Foundation Governor||Dr Stephen Ellison||London Diocesan Board for Schools (LDBS)|
|Foundation Governor||Mr Robin Campbell|
|Foundation Governor||Mrs Ann Squire||St Mary Magdalene Parochial Church Council (PCC)|
|Foundation Governor||Miss Vicky Cunningham||London Diocesan Board for Schools (LDBS)|
|Foundation Governor||Miss Sylvia Carter||St Nicholas Parochial Church Council (PCC)|
|Foundation Governor||Dr Catherine Hart||St Nicholas Parochial Church Council (PCC)|
|Co-Opted Governor||Mrs Louise Hirst|
|Co-Opted Governor||Mr Rich Lazell|
|Staff Governor||Mrs Nik Cook|
|Parent Governor||Mrs Kathryn Abate|
|Headteacher||Mrs Liz Felsing|
|Clerk to Governors|
Mr Frank Curry
The Governors can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail via the school office.
The Role of the Governing Body
The governing body is responsible for the conduct of its school, and must promote high standards of educational achievement at the school. It is the school's accountable body.
Who are we?
Staff, parents, local church and other interested parties from the local community
What do we do?
What do we not do?
How do we work?
Building and Maintenance Fund
As St Nicholas is a Voluntary Aided School it receives less financial support than schools controlled by Surrey County Council and, contrary to popular belief, the school does not receive any financial support from the church. Therefore, in essence, we are responsible for 10% of the costs of providing, extending, improving, repairing and maintaining all capital items such as the school buildings, the playgrounds and associated drainage, plant, fixtures and fittings etc.
In order to provide these very necessary costs, we ask parents to acknowledge a voluntary commitment to contribute each year to the school’s Building and Maintenance Fund. The present recommended contribution is £72 per child per year or £6 per month. Occasionally, some parents give more than this and we are grateful for their generosity. Others are not always able to pay this much and we are equally grateful for smaller contributions. The value to the school of most contributions can be increased by participation in the Gift Aid scheme that will be explained after your child is offered a place at the school.
Contributions can be sent to the school in cash or by cheque (made payable to ‘St Nicholas Building and Maintenance Fund’) or can be made using a Bank Standing Order which we prefer. Forms can be downloaded below or are available from the school office.
Number of school employees who have a gross annual salary of £100,000 or more: NIL
Click on the link below for the school Financial Benchmarking Service.