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Moss Hall

Nursery School

Co-Opted Governor Vacancy

Co-Opted Governor Vacancy


The governing body of Moss Hall Nursery School has a co-opted governor vacancy and would love to hear from self-motivated and determined people who are interested in becoming a governor.

Co-opted governors are members of the local community who value the very important role early years development plays in the education of our children; co-opted governors are appointed by the existing governing body for a period of four years.

If you have enthusiasm, a willingness to learn, the confidence to challenge and actively contribute during discussions, an ability to work closely and collaboratively with others then volunteering to become a school governor is definitely for you.

Governors do not need experience in education, but rather the skills, character, enthusiasm, and time to contribute.


About us

Our governing body is made up of 11 governors:

  • 4 elected parent governors
  • 4 co-opted governors
  • 1 local authority governor
  • 1 elected staff governor
  • The Headteacher

The governing body normally meets 3 times a year and in addition governors choose to sit on a committee for which there are 3 meetings a year. Governors are also expected to visit the school termly for monitoring purposes.

The role

At Moss Hall Nursery School no specific experience is essential. However, the governing body would particularly welcome nominations from people with skills or experience in business.

You will need to:

  • attend meetings and take an active part in them
  • help the governing body make informed decisions
  • get involved with the school and its pupils

How to apply

If you are interested in becoming a school governor, fill in the attached form and return to