Governor Information 2018-2019
|Name||Type||Committee||Position||Appointment Start Date||Appointment End Date||
FGB Meetings 2017/2018
|Attendance Committee Meetings 2017/2018||Business/Pecuniary Interests|
|Mrs Judy Williams||Co-opted||Performance & Standards||
Chair of Governors
High Attainers Lead
|Mrs Ellie Dunmore||
|Performance & Standards||
|Mrs Jayne Sansome||Co-opted||Resources||
Pupil Premium Lead
|Mr Keith Nichols||Local Authority||Resources||
Health and Safety
|Mr Paul Gilbert||Parent||Resources||
|Mr Clinton Bixter||Co-opted||Resources||
Vice Chair of Governors
|Mr Benjamin Pearson||Parent||Performance & Standards||Safeguarding lead||05.03.2018||04.03.2022||2/2||None declared|
|Mrs Alison Horsler||Staff||Performance & Standards||
|4.03.2022||2/2||Employed by the school|
|Mrs Rachel Ayres||Headteacher||
ResourcesPerformance & Standards
|Headteacher||01.09.2016||31.08.2030||4/4||Employed by the school|
|Mrs Judy Williams||
Chair of Governors
I joined the Governing body in 2013 as a Foundation Governor representing St Mary’s Church of which I am a member. I have worked for Leicestershire Education for 25 years as a teacher and since retiring, wanted to continue being involved in children’s education. I enjoy being back in a school environment and feel privileged to be able to share my knowledge and help the children and staff in any way I can.
This year I am a co-opted Governor and my main focus is to see children achieve their full potential.
My interests include singing in the Church Robed choir, being a member of the Parish Church Council and learning to play the piano.St Mary’s is a very friendly school with happy children where everyone is made to feel very welcome.
|Mrs Ellie Dunmore||Associate Governor||
I became a Foundation Governor in January of 2014 as a representative of St. Mary’s Church, to which I am an active member of the congregation.
I have three children, two of which are currently at St. Mary’s C.E. School, and work part time in an aromatherapy academy.I believe a good education is important at any age, and aim to support the school in giving the children at St. Mary’s the best possible start in their learning journey whilst promoting Christian values. I am also currently a member of the Performance and Standards Committee.
|Mrs Jayne Sansome||Co-opted Governor||I have recently become a governor at St Mary's and have had all 3 of my children go through the school, with my first starting 12 years ago and my last one leaving in Summer 2016. For the last 9 years I have been a member of FOSM, the school's PTA. I am a former governor for a local high school and have some experience of working with children as a volunteer. I attend St Mary's church and look forward to working with my fellow governors.|
|Mr Paul Gilbert||Parent Governor||
As a father of 3 children, including one at St Mary’s I am a passionate believer in the value of education, and the life changing effect it can have.
I want to support the teaching staff to deliver the best possible education for our children, no matter what their background or ability, so that when they leave St Mary’s they are fully prepared to take the next step.I approached the governing body in 2016 as I felt I had the enthusiasm and skills to support their work, and I was subsequently appointed associate governor. I have been a pharmacist for over 10 years and I currently work for Morrisons in the pharmacy.
|Mr Keith Nichols||
Local Authority Governor
I was appointed as a Governor at St Marys Church of England Primary School in September 2014. I have lived in Hinckley since 1968 and both of my children, who have now grown up and have children of their own, went to St Marys School and now my grand-daughter goes there also.
In 1968 I came to Hinckley as an Environmental Health Officer and worked for Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council for 37 years before retiring in 2005 as a Senior Environmental Health Officer responsible for Food Hygiene and Health & Safety. I became a Borough Councillor for De Montfort Ward in 2007 and am still a serving Councillor.In 2014 I was asked if I would like to give consideration to becoming a Governor at St Mary’s School and having given it considerable thought and looking into the duties and responsibilities of a Governor I felt it was a position I would be willing to denote my time and efforts to. Since then I have attended most Governors meetings, and I was appointed as the Governor responsible for Health & Safety and at the last meeting was appointed as Vice Chair of the Resources Committee.