Could You Be A Foundation Governor?

Liverpool Archdiocese are currently recruiting Foundation Governors for schools.

Are you:

If so you can become a foundation governor.

School Foundation Governors Are Appointed For Four Years

Governors work as a team to support, challenge and decide what's best for the school, the pupils and staff. They are responsible for how the school performs and for raising standards. Their priority is to:

Governing Bodies usually meet at least once each term with extra meetings to deal with:

Liverpool Archdiocese

Foundation Governors are appointed by the Archbishop to assist him by sustaining and developing the Catholic ethos and distinctive Catholic nature of the school in which they serve.

Whilst it may not always be possible to find an appointment within your own parish, there are many areas that require foundation governors. We have 240 schools in 8 Local Authorities

Become a School Governor:

If you are keen to become foundation governor in a Catholic school and would like more information please complete the reply slip in this brochure and return it to:

Frances Coldicutt
Archdiocesan Schools Department
Croxteth Drive
Sefton Park
Liverpool L17 1AA

Archdiocesan Schools Department: 0151 522 1071