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Meet the Governors

At the end of the Summer Term 2018, Mrs Pam Randall resigned as Chair of the Governing Body. Mrs E Eland, who was the Vice Chair was elected as Chair.

 

Following the resignation of 2 other members of the Governing Body at the start of the Autumn Term, there are currently vacancies for a Local Authority representative, Parent Governor and Community Governor.

Liz Eland

Chair of the Governing Body

I joined the Governing Body in 2015. Ladywood is an important part of our community and I feel that being a governor is a great way to be involved and give something back to my local area.

I have 2 sons, my eldest is now in secondary school and my youngest is in Key Stage 2. 

 

 

 

 

Category Responsibilty Term of Office

Register of Business

/Financial Interests

Material Interests e.g.

Relationships with

school staff

Governance Roles

in Other Schools

Parent

 

GDPR

Human Resources

Pupil Progress,

EYFS, MFL, Music

26th May 2015 -

25th May 2019

None None Yes

Vacant

Parent Governor

 

Category Responsibilty Term of Office

Register of Business

/Financial Interests

Material Interests e.g.

Relationships with

school staff

Governance Roles

in Other Schools

Parent

 

 

 

     

Tony Parkinson

Community Governor

 

 

 

 

 

Category Responsibilty Term of Office

Register of Business

/Financial Interests

Material Interests e.g.

Relationships with

school staff

Governance Roles

in Other Schools

Community

 

Maths, Science, DT

Finance

 

None Recorded No

Shannon Marshall

Community Governor

Hello, I am very happy to be a part of the Governing Body at Ladywood. I feel very passionate about the schools ethos and believe it works very hard to nurture children’s wellbeing and help them to achieve academically in life. I am currently a stay at home mum but I have worked in childcare settings before, including nurseries and childminding. I have lived in Grimethorpe for 10 years and enjoy being a part of the school and wider community.

 

Category Responsibilty Term of Office

Register of Business

/Financial Interests

Material Interests e.g.

Relationships with

school staff

Governance Roles

in Other Schools

Community

 

 

Safeguarding

SEND

PSHCE/Thrive, History, RE

8th Nov 2016 -

7th Nov 2020

None None None

Ashley Peace

LA Governor

 

 

Category Responsibilty Term of Office

Register of Business

/Financial Interests

Material Interests e.g.

Relationships with

school staff

Governance Roles

in Other Schools

 

LA

Literacy, Computing, PE

Health & Safety

  None 1 recorded None

Clare Grainger

Headteacher

I am very proud to be both the Headteacher and a Governor at Ladywood Primary School. I have worked in Grimethorpe since 1998 and I have been Headteacher at Ladywood since 2003; I, therefore, feel part of the unique community that I serve. Ladywood is an excellent school where children are nurtured and thrive through the work of an amazing group of teachers, key attachment teaching assistants, higher level teaching assistants and a mixture of specialist support staff. The staff at Ladywood all work together as a united team to provide the best possible outcomes for our very special children. Our ultimate aim is for our children to be successful.

My role is to steer and lead that fantastic team of staff with the support of the dedicated Governing Body. In order to do that we are constantly evolving and developing while maintaining our ethos which centres on the power of relationships to teach positivity, resilience, care and success.

 

Category Responsibilty Term of Office

Register of Business

/Financial Interests

Material Interests e.g.

Relationships with

school staff

Governance Roles

in Other Schools

Staff

 

Headteacher

From 1st Sept 2003

None None None

Claire Hawkridge

Staff Representative

I have lived in the local area all of my life. I enjoyed working at Brierley Primary School in KS2 for many years and I am currently a class teacher in KS1 at Ladywood Primary School.

Although my role as a governor is from a staff representative perspective, my priorities, along with everyone involved with the school, are to educate, inspire, nurture and work with children so that they can achieve their potential. I completely agree with the school ethos, ‘if we can dream it, we can do it,’ and all of my work is dedicated towards this belief.

I am proud to be a teacher and a Governor at Ladywood Primary School.

 

Category Responsibilty Term of Office

Register of Business

/Financial Interests

Material Interests e.g.

Relationships with

school staff

Governance Roles

in Other Schools

Staff

School Improvement

Dec 2017 - 2021

None None None
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