Governing Body Members

We are a ‘Voluntary Aided’ Church of England school provided initially by the Church Trustees. Governors have responsibility for areas such as admissions, safeguarding, curriculum, staffing, resources and financial management. The Governing Body meets regularly and much of the basic work of the Governors takes place through its committees, most commonly the Curriculum Committee (includes pupil welfare/online safety) and Resources Committee (includes staffing /finances/buildings).

Our Governors also get involved in a wide range of activities in school in their role of both support and challenge to the school community.

This table shows membership at the beginning of the school year.

Type of Governor Role (2020/21)Governor NameGovernor ResponsibilityRegister of Interest
Foundation Ex-OfficioRev Martin KeighleyChair of Governors on all CommitteesGovernor of Carleton CE Primary School, Singleton CE Primary School and Baines High School, Poulton-le-Fylde
Acting Head TeacherMr Jonathan LeemingEx-Officio on all CommitteesActing Head Teacher
Foundation DBEMrs Michaela HancockCurriculum CommitteeDirector of Poulton St. Chad’s Nursery
Foundation PCCMrs Linda HastingsVice Chair of Governors on all Committees
Foundation DBEMrs Rebecca PaleyCurriculum Committee
LEAMrs Marcia RoperResources Committee
Foundation PCCMr Ralph WhittinghamResources Committee
StaffMrs Carole HopwoodResources CommitteeMother to Teacher Miss Emma Hopwood
Foundation PCCMr Dean WallsCurriculum Committee
StaffMiss Emma HopwoodCurriculum CommitteeTeacher
Volunteer / GovernorMrs Vanessa BradleyResources Committee
GovernorMr Michael PowerResources Committee
GovernorMrs Susan SuterResources Committee
Volunteer / GovernorMrs Julia RobertsCurriculum Committee

Contact details: Chair of Governors: Revd Martin Keighley (Safeguarding Governor)

The Vicarage
7 Vicarage Road
Poulton-le-Fylde
FY6 7BE
Tel: 883086

Other Governors may be contacted via the school office.

Governors attendance at meetings

Committee membership can change throughout the year, so the table below shows the possible number of meetings that can be attended, as well as the number actually attended.

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