Meersbrook Bank Primary School

Welcome to Our School

Information for Parents

Please click on the link below.

Governor information for parents on website 2017-18.pdf

Governor Meeting Attendance Record 2017-2018.pdf

Governor Newsletter.pdf

 

Our Governing Body at Meersbrook Bank Community

Primary School

 Name

Roles/Committee  membership

 

Date of appointment

 

Who appointed them

 Term of office

 

 Kirsten Johnson

  •   Chair of governors
  •   Chair of School Improvement committee
  •   Local Authority governor
  •   Member of all committees
  •   No registered pecuniary interests
  •   Responsible for SEND, Looked After Children    and Prevent

 

 

Dec 2012 Dec 2016

Changed to

L.A Gov

 

Parents

Full Gov Body

 

Dec 2020

 Max Beatson

  •  Vice-chair
  •  Chair of resources committee
  •  Parent governor
  •  Member of school improvement and   resources
  •  Responsible for safeguarding and Pupil     Premium
  •  No registered pecuniary interests

 Jan 2015

 Parents

 Jan 2023

 Nick Rogers

  • Co-opted governor
  • Member and Chair of Teaching and Learning committee
  • Member of school improvement committee
  • Responsible for English
  • No registered pecuniary interests

 March 2010

 Full Govs

 March 2019

 Julie Petty

  • Co-opted governor
  • Member of Teaching and Learning committee and school improvement committee
  • Responsible for EYFS
  • No registered pecuniary interests

 

 Sept 2014

 Full Govs

 Sept 2019

Tom Bassindale

  • Parent Governor
  • Member of Teaching and Learning committee and school improvement committee
  • Responsible for Maths
  • No registered pecuniary interests

July 2017

Parents

July 2022

 Rachel Edwards

  • Head teacher
  • Member of all committees
  • No registered pecuniary interests

 Jun 2008

 Full Govs

 

Clare Shaw

 

  • Staff governor
  • Member of Resources committee and school improvement committee
  • No registered pecuniary interests

 

Sept 2012

 

Staff

 Sept 2020

 Amy Wright

  • Clerk to Governors
  • No registered pecuniary interests

Sep 2018

Full Govs

 

 

None of our Governors have any relevant business or pecuniary interests (for example roles in other educational establishments or material interests arising from relationships between Governors and school staff). It is important that governors act impartially – they have a responsibility to avoid any conflict between their business and personal interests and those of the school.