Message from Chair of Governors

I am really delighted to be invited to be the Chair of Governors. As someone who has been living in this part of London for twenty years and has three children at different stages within Invicta, I am passionate about children receiving the best education available.

The Governing Body are fully committed to Invicta being a fantastic place for our children to learn and grow in a safe and stimulating environment.

Peter Wilson

Invicta Primary School Governors

Invicta Governing Body meets once per half term.

The first meeting is clerked by a representative from the Local Authority. Much of the detailed work happens at our unclerked meeting in the second half of every term. Where we discuss the progress of the school in terms of:

  • Finance, Personnel & Premises
  • Curriculum, Learning & Achievement

It is important that Governors get to know the school well by visiting it, supporting events and by undertaking the training provided by the Governor Services Team.

The role of the governors includes:

  • setting the school's aims and policies
  • improving standards of teaching and achievement
  • setting the school's budget plan and monitoring expenditure
  • interviewing and appointing teachers and support staff
  • acting as a link between the local community and the school
  • dealing with complaints about the school
  • drawing up an action plan after an inspection, and monitoring the success of the plan

School governors play a vital part in the success of schools. They are volunteers, who work with the headteacher and the Council to improve standards in their school.

To contact our Governors please email: 

Chair of Governors -  Peter Wilson -

Vice Chair of Governors  -

Sukey Firth - / Lorraine Harper -

Governor Services Greenwich  - Clerk: Carol Ladbrooke -

The governing body is made up of a number of different governors. These are outlined below:

  • Parent governors
  • Those with a child at the school are elected by the other parents.
  • Staff governors
    Those who work at the school as teachers or support staff.
  • Local education authority governor
    Those appointed by the LEA from the political parties and the community.
  • Co-opted governors
    Those appointed by other governors for the skills and experience that they can bring to the governing body.
  • Associate governors
    Those appointed by the governing body from a wide group including school staff and people who want to contribute on issues related to their own expertise.


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