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Victoria Road Primary School

Inspiring a Love of Learning


Welcome from the Chair of Governors


On behalf of all Governors, welcome to Victoria Road Primary School. As Governors, we have an important role in monitoring the safety, welfare and education of all our children. To do this we work as a team with the Headteacher, children, staff and families in an open and caring atmosphere where everyone feels valued.


Governors have responsibility in ensuring that school planning is ambitious yet realistic and that the school operates in an environment conducive to learning. It is our role to support and encourage the Headteacher and all staff to ensure each pupil has opportunity to progress. We are also involved in various aspects of school operation including:-Staff Appointments, Finance, Pupil Welfare Buildings & Maintenance and Public Relations.

Please take the time to browse our school website, where you will find more information about Victoria Road Primary School.


I would like to thank all families and staff for the support and encouragement they give Victoria Road children and the school. For children, this support nurtures key social and creative skills especially in these early years and helps build confidence and self-esteem. Family interest and support in promoting the school is invaluable and ensures Victoria Road Primary School has a strong partnership with the local community.

We are always interested to hear from potential governors.  Should you have an interest in becoming a school governor at Victoria Road Primary School , then please contact Mrs Sue Alcock, School Business Manager and Associate Governor and she will put you in touch with the right people at the right time for a completely non-committal chat.


I am available to discuss any matter relating to the school and I am always pleased to receive positive feedback. You can reach me via the school email .Together we can help Victoria Road Primary School maintain high standards and prosper for current children and future generations.


Barbara Saltmarsh

Chair of Governors