Headteacher: Emma Hickerson | School Contact: Mrs Diane Charlton | Tel: (01325) 348600

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Governors

RCC Governors (members of our Management Committee) have a vital role to play in making sure Rise Carr constantly strives for high standards and enabling all our young people get the best possible education.

Our Governors maintain a strong focus on three core strategic functions:

  1. Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction;
  2. Holding the Headteacher of RCC to account for the educational performance of the school and its young people; and
  3. Overseeing the financial performance of the school and making sure its money is well spent.

The relationship between Governors and the headteacher is strong and supportive.  Many of the Governors are serving senior managers in local schools, and the Chair of Governors is an experienced headteacher who between them have the skills, experience and commitment to bring about positive and effective change.

Darlington Local Authority Members
Mrs Y Coates Darlington Borough Council
Mrs H Ellison Darlington Borough Council

 

Community
Mrs B Clifton Chair Retired Deputy Headteacher
Mr N Lindsay Vice Chair Deputy Headteacher – Hurworth School
Mr P Haycock Senior Assistant Headteacher – Longfield Academy
Mrs L Hunter Vice Principal – Carmel RC College
Miss K Kelly Vice Principal – Hummersknott Academy
Mrs K Phillips Assistant Headteacher – Wyvern Academy
Mr B Sutherland Head of Upper School – Hurworth School
Mr C Kipling Virtual School Headteacher for Looked After Children
Mr P Stephenson Vice Principal – St Aidan’s CoE School

 

Headteacher
Mrs E Hickerson Headteacher – Rise Carr College

 

Parent
Miss P Gordon HLTA – HHTS

 

Staff
Miss L Bowron Teacher – Rise Carr College
Mrs A Dixon Teaching Assistant & Assistant SENCO – Rise Carr College
Mrs M Mills Head of HHTS

 

Vacancies
Associate Member (non voting)
Associate Member (non voting)

 

To view information about the Governors Register of Interests please click here

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