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Governors

 

Colin Savage

CHAIR OF GOVERNORS 

and Outcomes for Pupils Champion

With over 35 years in the nuclear industry in leadership positions I was asked to bring my skill base into the school through the governor route. Having a detailed knowledge of what the school is about from Lesley and having a daughter who has thrived having attended the setting I feel honored in being asked to lead the governing body in their quest to ensure the combined settings deliver for every child who attends.

I would like every child to be given the support, care and attention that my daughter had, so they can then go on and be the best they can, and have the brighter future that parents and carers want for the children they are responsible for. I want to ensure this is done in a safe and caring environment and I hope that I can use my experiences to further develop the school

I recognise the potential conflict of interest, being Married to the head teacher, and give my commitment that I will retain integrity and not be involved in any discussions which give any personal benefit. I will declare all conflicts of interest and will expect the vice chair to take the decisions where appropriate.

 

 

Joanne Kight-Green

VICE-CHAIR OF GOVERNORS

Co-opted governor

 

 

 

I decided to become a parent governor as an extension of my involvement in school. I have trained through Cumbria Mentor Point as a mentor for school children and I am a Science & Engineering Ambassador who promotes science and technology , engineering and maths to children of all ages. I hope to be able to bring these skills to the school through my role as a governor.

Gwynneth Everett 

Local Authority Governor

 

 

 

I have been a governor since 2005. prior to this I worked in the nursery for 18 years as school secretary and over the years I have seen the nursery grow and develop. I became a governor as I am intensely proud of the service the nursery has given and continues to give the Frizington community and wanted in some small way to support the school

Lynda Bignell

Co-opted Governor & Governor with responsibility for Safeguarding

 

 

 

 

Lynda worked at Frizington Nursery school several years ago before becoming an Early Years Advisory Teacher for the Local Authority but she has always kept in touch and joined the Governing Body in 2012.

Julie Moore

Staff Governor

 

 

 

I have been working at the nursery since 2006 and I am fully committed to making our nursery a thriving centre of the community. I love to get involved in all the extra -curricular activities and fund raising  opportunities as well as the day running of our nursery.

Rebecca Bound

Parent Governor

Governor with responsibility for SEND

 

 

 

Rebecca has a background in early years and holds an early years teaching assistant qualification. She has three children of her own, two of whom have attended this setting and her youngest is just starting his journey here

Lesley Savage

Head Teacher

Being a governor is an interesting part of my role in school. Working with the parents, members of our local community and staff who make up the governing body is both important and enjoyable, in deciding on the strategic direction of our school and involving these stakeholders in our school community. The governing body meets 5 times a year with sub committees meeting between. Governors visit school on a regular basis to work alongside staff and children in the classrooms and to support me in my role as Head.