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Welcome to the Governors' section. In this section you will find details of:

  • the roles of the governors as stated by the Department for Education
  • some links to useful websites to give more details of the generic role of being a governor
  • how to contact the governors
  • who the governors are (names and photographs)
  • the code of conduct that the governors follow
  • governor roles specific to Gilded Hollins and the attendance record of governors at meetings of the full governing body and subcommittee meetings

You will also find photographs of governors in school..

Finally, at the end of this governor section, are copies of the old Governor Newsletter. This was produced to share some of the work of the governors with parents, to give an insight into what the governors do. This has now been replaced by news about the governors, as appropriate, on the school newsletter, as these are more regular snapshots, but the Governor Newsletters are saved here as they contain more detail of some of the governors which you may find interesting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Governing body is responsible for:

  • ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction
  • holding the head teacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils, and the performance management of staff
  • overseeing the financial performance of the school and making sure its money is well spent

These are our three core strategic functions. 

 

 

More information on the role of the Governors can be found on the DfE website.

 

The Governor's Handbook can be found here

 

The roles and responsibilities of the Governors can be found here 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact the Governors

To contact the governors please contact the Chair, Liz Haworth, via her email address, lizhaworth@yahoo.co.uk. Alternatively, contact the school office who will ask Liz to ring you to arrange a meeting.

Gilded Hollins Governors 2022 to 2023

Governor Code of Conduct 2022 to 2023

 

The Code of Conduct sets out the expectations of and commitment required from

Governors’ in order for the Governing Board to properly carry out its work within the school and the community. The Governing Board can amend the Code to include reference to the aims and ethos of the school.

 

The Governing Board has the following three strategic functions:

· Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction;

· Holding the executive leaders to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils, and the performance management of staff; and

· Overseeing the financial performance of the organisation and making sure its money is well spent.

 

As individuals on the board we agree to the following:

 

Role and Responsibilities

1. We understand the purpose of the board and the role of the Headteacher and will ensure that the work of the board remains focused on the three strategic functions.

2. We accept that we have no legal authority to act individually, except when the board has given us delegated authority to do so, and therefore we will only speak on behalf of the governing board when we have been specifically authorised to do so.

3. We accept collective responsibility for all decisions made by the board or its delegated agents. This means that we will not speak against majority decisions outside the governing board meeting.

4. We have a duty to act fairly and without prejudice, and in so far as we have responsibility for staff, we will fulfil all that is expected of a good employer.

5. We will encourage open government and will act appropriately.

6. We will consider carefully how our decisions may affect the community and other schools.

7. We will always be mindful of our responsibility to maintain and develop the ethos and reputation of our school and ensure that the fundamental British Values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect, and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs are upheld within the school. Our actions within the school and the local community will reflect this.

8. In making or responding to criticism or complaints affecting the school we will follow the procedures established by the governing board.

9. We will actively support and challenge the headteacher.

 

Commitment

10. We acknowledge that accepting office as a governor involves the commitment of significant amounts of time and energy.

11. We will each involve ourselves actively in the work of the governing board, and accept our fair share of responsibilities, including service on committees or working groups.

12. We will make full efforts to attend all meetings and where we cannot attend explain in advance why we are unable to.

13. We will get to know the school well and respond to opportunities to involve ourselves in school activities.

14. We will visit the school, with all visits to school arranged in advance with the staff and undertaken within the framework established by the governing board and agreed with the headteacher.

15. We will consider seriously our individual and collective needs for training and development, and will undertake relevant training.

16. We accept that in the interests of open government, our names, terms of office, roles on the governing board, category of governor and the body responsible for appointing us and the register of interests will be published on the school’s website.

 

Relationships

17. We will strive to work as a team in which constructive working relationships are actively promoted.

18. We will express views openly, courteously and respectfully in all our communications with other governors.

19. We will support the chair in their role of ensuring appropriate conduct both at meetings and at all times.

20. We are prepared to answer queries from other governors in relation to delegated functions and take into account any concerns expressed, and we will acknowledge the time, effort and skills that have been committed to the delegated function by those involved.

21. We will seek to develop effective working relationships with the headteacher, staff and parents, the local authority and other relevant agencies and the community.

 

Confidentiality

22. We will observe confidentiality regarding proceedings of the governing board in meetings and from our visits to school as governors.

23. We will observe complete confidentiality when required or asked to do so by the governing board, especially regarding matters concerning individual staff or students.

24. We will exercise the greatest prudence if a discussion of a potentially contentious issue affecting the school arises outside the governing board.

25. We will not reveal the details of any governing board vote.

 

Conflicts of Interest

26. We will record any pecuniary interest (including those related to people we are connected with) that we have in connection with the governing board’s business in the Register of Interests, and in any such conflicted matter arises in a meeting we will offer to leave the meeting for the appropriate length of time.

27. We will also declare any conflict of loyalty at the start of any meeting should the situation arise.

28. We will act in the best interests of the school as a whole and not as a representative of any group, even if elected to the governing board.

 

Social Media

29. We will not identify ourselves as governors of the school at which we are a governor on any social medium.

30. We will not engage in activities involving social media which might bring the school at which we are governors into disrepute.

31. We will not represent our personal views as those of the school at which we are a governor on any social medium.

 

Breach of this code

If we believe this code has been breached, we will raise this issue with the chair and the chair will investigate; the governing board will only use suspension or removal as a last resort after seeking to resolve any difficulties or disputes in more constructive ways.

Should it be the chair that we believe has breached this code; another governor such as the vice-chair will investigate.

 

All governors will sign to say they have read and understand the Code of Conduct at the first governing board meeting each school year.

 

 

Annual Governance Statement 2023 to 2034

Governor roles

 

The Governing Body is responsible for:

 

  • Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction
  • Holding the headteacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils, and the performance management of staff
  • Overseeing the financial performance of the school and making sure its money is well spent

 

Subcommittees

Pay Committee: Delegated by the Full Governing body to make decisions about performance related pay for the headteacher, teachers and support staff. Made up of the Chair of Governors, the Headteacher, 4 other non-staff governors, 3 of whom are Head’s Reviewers 

 

Any committees required on an ad-hoc basis, to deal with issues such as complaints, will be drawn from those governors available at the time who have no relevant prior knowledge or personal interest in the situation being looked at

 

Information about the Governing Body (currently no vacancies)

  • Two elected parent governors appointed by parents of children at Gilded Hollins
  • Headteacher appointed by Gilded Hollins Full Governing Body
  • One staff governor appointed by Gilded Hollins staff
  • One Local Authority governor appointed by Wigan Council
  • Five co-opted governors appointed by the Governing body

Ten governors in total. 0 vacancies currently.                                                                                                                                                    

The reconstitution came into effect from 7th March 2019

Details about the Governors

 

All terms of office are 4 years, except for the Headteacher and staff governor, but governors can remain on the governing body for consecutive terms of office if reappointed.

 

 

Names in alphabetical order

 

Category of governor

Date of appointment

Current term of Office

Positions of Responsibility

Chair and vice-chair of Pay committee to be appointed at November 2023 meeting 

Other Responsibilities

Mrs Christine Burns

Headteacher

7.1.19

7.1.19 onwards

 

Head teacher

Pay Committee member

Mr Gareth Dickinson

Co-opted

5.1.21

5.1.21 – 4.1.25

 

Year 4 Class Governor

DT Subject Governor

Pay committee member

Governor Reviewer/Target setting

Mrs Samantha Grainey

Co-opted

14.1.20

14.1.20 –

13.1.24

Vice-Chair of Governors 

 

 

Year 5 Class Governor

PSHE Governor

RE Governor

Website Governor

Pay committee member

Governor Reviewer/Target setting

Mr Chris Hamer

Co-opted

26.4.22

26.4.22 – 25.4.22

 

Year R Class Governor

PE Subject Governor

Sports Premium

Mr Robert Hampson

Parent

1.10.21

1.10.21 – 30.9.25

 

Year 3 Class Governor

Science Governor

ICT Governor

Pay committee member

Mrs Elizabeth Haworth

Local Authority

~Sept 1992

18.4.20 –

17.4.24

Chair of Governors

 

Year 6 Class Governor

Maths Subject / Numeracy Governor

Music Governor

Safeguarding Governor / Single Central Record

School Council Governor

Governor Reviewer/Target setting

Link Governor

Recovery Funding Governor

Health and Safety Governor

Health and Wellbeing (including mental health)

SMSC/British Values/Equality/Community 

GDPR

Pay Committee member

Mr Brent Manning

Co-opted

26.1.23

26.1.23 – 25.1.27

 

Year 2 Governor

Humanities Governor

Attendance Governor

Mrs Madeleine Pires

Parent

21.5.21

21.5.21 – 20.5.25

 

EYFS Governor

English Governor

Art Subject Governor

PFL Governor

Mr Robert Taylor

Staff

1.9.21

6.9.23 – 3.9.24

 

Year 5 Class Teacher

PE and Humanities Subject Lead 

Mrs Allison Waywell

Co-opted

26.1.23

26.1.23 - 25.1.27

 

Year 1 Class Governor

SEND and Pupil Premium Governor

 

Meetings also attended by Mrs Cathy Malley, Deputy Headteacher and Observer and Mrs Amy Appleton, Clerk to the Governors

Mrs Joanne Gumm, School Business Manager, attends the first part of each meeting if required, to report on financial matters

 

Register of Interests

 

Name

Details of business interests or connections to other Wigan Council or neighbouring councils' educational establishments

Personal interest

Mrs Chris Burns

Headteacher, Gilded Hollins CE Primary School

 

Mr Gareth Dickinson

 

Parent

Mrs Sam Grainey

 

Parent

Mr Chris Hamer

Teacher, Culcheth High School

Parent

Mr Robert Hampson

 

Parent

Mrs Liz Haworth

 

 

Mr Brent Manning

 

Grandparent

Mrs Madeleine Pires

 

Parent

Mr Rob Taylor

Teacher, Gilded Hollins CE Primary School

 

Mrs Allison Waywell

 

Parent

 

Attendance Record

YES = attended

APOLS = apologies offered and accepted

NO = didn’t attend and no apologies offered prior to meeting / apologies offered but not accepted

N.A = Not applicable e.g. not a governor at that time

Name

Full Governing Body Meetings

 

26.9.23

 

28.11.23

30.1.24

26.3.24

30.4.24

2.7.24

Mrs Chris Burns

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

 

Mr Gareth Dickinson

YES

YES

NO

YES

YES

 

Mrs Sam Grainey

YES

APOLS

APOLS

YES

YES

 

Mr Chris HamerAPOLSYESAPOLSYESYES 

Mr Robert Hampson

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

 

Mrs Liz Haworth

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

 

Mr Brent Manning

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

 

Mrs Madeleine Pires

NO

YES

APOLS

YES

APOLS

 

Mr Rob Taylor

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

 

Mrs A Halliwell

APOLS

NO

YES

APOLS

YES

 

 

Mrs Cathy Malley (observer)

APOLS

YES

YES

YES

YES

 

Miss Amy Appleton

(clerk)

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

 

Joanna Gumm

(SBM)

YES

for finance items 

YES

for finance items 

APOLS

 

YES

for finance items 

YES

for finance items 

 

          

 

 

Name

Pay Sub Committee Meetings (more called if needed)

 

4.12.23

 

 

Mrs Chris Burns

YES

 

 

Mr Gareth Dickinson

YES

 

 

Mrs Sam Grainey

YES

 

 

Mr Rob Hampson

YES

 

 

Mrs Liz Haworth

YES

 

 

Miss Amy Appleton

(clerk)

YES

 

 

Annual Governance Statement

2022 to 2023

 

 

The Governing Body is responsible for:

 

  • Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction
  • Holding the headteacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils, and the performance management of staff
  • Overseeing the financial performance of the school and making sure its money is well spent

 

Subcommittees

Pay Committee: Delegated by the Full Governing body to make decisions about performance related pay for the headteacher, teachers and support staff. Made up of the Chair of Governors, the Headteacher and 4 other non-staff governors, 3 of whom are the Head’s Reviewers 

 

Any committees required on an ad-hoc basis, to deal with issues such as complaints, will be drawn from those governors available at the time who have no relevant prior knowledge or personal interest in the situation being looked at

 

Information about the Governing Body (currently no vacancies)

  • Two elected parent governors appointed by parents of children at Gilded Hollins
  • Headteacher appointed by Gilded Hollins Full Governing Body
  • One staff governor appointed by Gilded Hollins staff
  • One Local Authority governor appointed by Wigan Council
  • Five co-opted governors appointed by the Governing body

Ten governors in total. 0 vacancies currently.                                                                                                                                                    

The reconstitution came into effect from 7th March 2019

 

All terms of office are 4 years, except for the Headteacher and staff governor, but governors can remain on the governing body for consecutive terms of office if reappointed.

 

Governor Roles 

 

 

Names in alphabetical order

 

Category of governor

Date of appointment

Current term of Office

Positions of Responsibility

Other Responsibilities

Mrs Christine Burns

Headteacher

7.1.19

7.1.19 onwards

 

Head teacher

Pay Committee member

Mr Gareth Dickinson

Co-opted

5.1.21

5.1.21 – 4.1.25

Vice-Chair of Pay Committee

Year 3 Class Governor

DT Subject Governor

Pay committee member

Governor Reviewer/Target setting

Mrs Samantha Grainey

Co-opted

14.1.20

14.1.20 –

13.1.24

Vice-Chair of Governors

Chair of Pay Committee

 

Year 4 Class Governor

PSHE Governor

RE Governor

Website Governor

Pay committee member

Governor Reviewer/Target setting

Mr Chris Hamer

Co-opted

26.4.22

26.4.22 – 25.4.26

 

Year 5 Class Governor

PE Subject Governor

Sports Premium

Mr Robert Hampson

Parent

1.10.21

1.10.21 – 30.9.25

 

Year 2 Class Governor

Science Governor

ICT Governor

Pay committee member

Mrs Elizabeth Haworth

Local Authority

~Sept 1992

18.4.20 –

17.4.24

Chair of Governors

 

Year 6 Class Governor

Maths Subject / Numeracy Governor

Music Governor

Safeguarding Governor / Single Central Record

School Council Governor

Governor Reviewer/Target setting

Health and Safety Governor

Health and Wellbeing (including mental health)

SMSC/British Values/Equality/Community 

GDPR

Pay Committee member

Mrs Sara Lawrenson

Co-opted

5.1.21

Resigned 22.9.22

Vice-chair of Governors

 

Year 3 Class Governor

English Governor

Pay Committee member

Mr Brent ManningCo-opted26.1.2326.1.23 - 25.1.27 

Year 1 Governor

Humanities Governor 

Attendance Governor

Mrs Madeleine Pires

Parent

21.5.21

21.5.21 – 20.5.25

 

Year R Class / EYFS Governor

English Governor

Art Subject Governor

PFL Governor

Mr Robert Povah

Co-opted

5.1.21

Resigned 2.10.22

 

Year 6 Class Governor

Humanities Governor

Mr Robert Taylor

Staff

1.9.21

1.9.21 – 31.8.23

 

Year 5 Class Teacher

PE and Humanities Subject Lead 

Mrs Allison WaywellCo-opted26.1.2326.1.23 - 25.1.27 

Year R Class Governor

SEND and Pupil Premium Governor 

 

Meetings also attended by Mrs Cathy Malley, Deputy Headteacher and Observer

 

 

Register of Interests

 

Name

Details of business interests or connections to other Wigan Council or neighbouring councils educational establishments

Personal interest

Mrs Chris Burns

Headteacher, Gilded Hollins CE Primary School

 

Mr Gareth Dickinson

 

Parent

Mrs Sam Grainey

 

Parent

Mr Chris Hamer

Teacher, Culcheth High School

Parent

Mr Robert Hampson

 

Parent

Mrs Liz Haworth

 

 

Mrs Sara Lawrenson

Headteacher, Ince C of E Primary School     No longer a governor

Parent

Mr Brent Manning Grandparent 

Mrs Madeleine Pires

 

Parent

Mr Rob Povah

No longer a governor

Parent

Mr Rob Taylor

Teacher, Gilded Hollins CE Primary School

 

Mrs Allison Waywell Parent 

 

Attendance Record

YES = attended

APOLS = apologies offered and accepted

NO = didn’t attend and no apologies offered prior to meeting / apologies offered but not accepted

N.A = Not applicable e.g. not a governor at that time

Name

Full Governing Body Meetings

 

27.9.22

 

22.11.22

26.1.23

21.3.23

2.5.23

20.6.23

Mrs Chris Burns

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

 

Mr Gareth Dickinson

YES

YES

YES

YES

APOLS

 

Mrs Sam Grainey

APOLS

YES

YES

YES

YES

 

Mr Chris HamerYESYESYESNOYES 

Mr Robert Hampson

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

 

Mrs Liz Haworth

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

 

Mr Brent Manning Not yet a governorYESYES 

Mrs Madeleine Pires

YES

YES

APOLS

YES

YES

 

Mr Rob Povah

APOLS

No longer a governor

Mr Rob Taylor

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

 

Mrs Allison WaywellNot yet a governor YESYES 

 

Mrs Cathy Malley (observer)

YES

APOLS

YES

YES

YES

 

Miss Amy Appleton

(clerk)

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

 

Joanna Gumm

(SBM)

YES

YES

N.A.

N.A.

YES

 

          

 

 

Name

Pay Sub Committee Meetings (more called if needed)

 

28.11.22

 

 

Mrs Chris Burns

YES

 

 

Mr Gareth Dickinson

YES

 

 

Mrs Sam Grainey

YES

 

 

Mr Rob Hampson

YES

 

 

Mrs Liz Haworth

YES

 

 

Miss Amy Appleton

(clerk)

APOLS

 

  

 

 

 

Training undertaken by governors 2022 to 2023

  • Governors complete an annual skills audit and the clerk to the governors collates the outcomes on a governor skills matrix.
  • At the end of the year each governor completes a governor self-evaluation form and meets with the Chair to review their year so identify any training needs. The Chair’s performance is reviewed by the Vice-chair.
  • Governors attend training sessions run by Wigan Governor Services or take part in training sessions offered via e-learning links, provided by bodies such as the National Governors Association and the Home Office. Each individual governor books onto sessions which meet their own training needs, to enable them to better contribute towards the three core strategic functions of governance, listed above, to ensure that they are all up to date with safeguarding and to keep their skills, knowledge and understanding up to date.

All governors have completed level 2 safeguarding training

Other training completed by individual governors includes:

  • Prevent  
  • Health and Safety
  • Inclusion
  • Safer Recruitment
  • SEND
  • Ofsted for Governance
  • Succession Planning
  • Single Central Record
  • Governor Induction
  • New Governor training

 

Chair’s statement 2022 to 2023

We welcomed two new governors this year, who have already made a valuable contribution to our discussions. The profile of the governors remains diverse, with a wide range of ages, work and life backgrounds and skills, and a balance of genders. We hold face-to-face meetings, as this allows the discussions to flow more freely and also gives us chance to go on learning walks round school if time allows.

During the first half of the Autumn Term, we each met with the subject lead/s and class teacher to which we are linked, to discuss the implementation of their plans for the school year. This included sharing dates such as class assemblies, and events such as family learning session and trips, so governors could arrange to attend, work allowing.  

 

In the Spring Term we took part in Governors’ Day, where governors spent the day in school with the class to which they are linked. During this time, they saw their class being taught maths, and aspects of phonics or reading, and writing, as well as at least one foundation subject, and attended a whole school assembly.

 

Governors also visited school to review their own individual responsibilities, such as safeguarding, health and safety, attendance and SEND, and to attend class assemblies and other events, such as trips, or go on educational visits as part of their subject responsibilities. I was on the panel for several staff appointments, to monitor the use of safer recruitment processes, and was in school for some SATs to monitor the implementation of the tests. I also completed a safeguarding/health and safety walk with the head and caretaker, attended a school council meeting and regularly checked the school’s Single central Record. After each monitoring visit to school governors wrote a report and share it with school staff and the rest of the governors.

 

We were all delighted to see how well the children were doing when we were in on Governor Day. The staff have worked so hard with the children to make up for any learning lost during the pandemic and the children are well supported by their families. The children are always warm and welcoming, and are used to having governors around school. They understand the lanyard system which shows them who it Is safe to interact with, and say they feel very safe in school.

 

It is always invaluable to get into school so we can not only see that our vision and aims for the children are being met but also see the outcomes of our decisions in areas such as policy review and financial planning in the light of budgetary constraints, which is a constant challenge. However, the school is very fortunate to have a wonderful team of teaching and support staff who work tirelessly to provide the best education and learning environment they can. We are also lucky to have a very supportive Friends of Gilded Hollins group, who raise funds, provide resources and give their time and commitment to help the school.

 

The children and staff are always at the forefront of our discussions and decision making and I am confident that we have continued to support the school to the best of our abilities this year.

 

Liz Haworth

Chair of Governors

 

 

Governor  Attendance 2021 to 2022

 

 

 

Attendance Record

YES = attended

APOLS = apologies offered and accepted

NO = didn’t attend and no apologies offered prior to meeting / apologies offered but not accepted

N.A = Not applicable e.g. not a governor at that time

Name

Full Governing Body Meetings

 

28.9.21

MS Teams

23.11.21

MS Teams

18.1.21

MS Teams

8.3.22

In school

26.4.22

In school

21.6.22

In school

Mrs Chris Burns

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

Mrs Joanne Crombleholme

YES

YES

APOLS

 

Mr Gareth Dickinson

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

Mrs Sam Grainey

YES

APOLS

NO

YES

YES

YES

Mr Chris Hamer

Not yet a governor

                             YES

APOLS

Mr Robert Hampson

Not yet a governor

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

Mrs Liz Haworth

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

Mrs Sara Lawrenson

YES

APOLS

YES

APOLS

YES

YES

Mrs Sue Mair

YES

YES

YES

No longer a governor

Mrs Madeleine Pires

YES

YES

NO

YES

YES

APOLS

Mr Rob Povah

YES

APOLS

YES

YES

APOLS

YES

Mr Rob Taylor

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

 

Mrs Cathy Malley (observer)

YES

YES

APOLS

YES

YES

YES

Clerk

Mrs Sharon Goodland

28.9.21

Mrs Catherine Collier 23.11.21

Mrs Michelle Foster 18.1.22

Mrs Marie Collier 8.3.22

Miss Amy Appleton clerk from 26.4.22

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES 

YES

Lucy Swift for first three then Joanna Gumm (SBM)

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

NA

          

 

 

Name

Pay Sub Committee Meetings (more called if needed)

 

23.11.21

18.1.212

 

Mrs Chris Burns

YES

YES

 

Mrs Joanne Crombleholme

YES

APOLS

No longer a governor

Mr Gareth Dickinson

Not yet a member of the pay committee

 

Mrs Sam Grainey

YES

YES

 

Mrs Liz Haworth

YES

YES

 

Mrs Sara Lawrenson

YES

YES

 

Miss Amy Appleton 

(clerk)

YES

YES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Governor  Attendance, 2020 to 2021 

 

Attendance Record

YES = attended

APOLS = apologies offered and accepted

NO = didn’t attend and no apologies offered prior to meeting / apologies offered but not accepted

N.A = Not applicable e.g. not a governor at that time

Name

Full Governing Body Meetings

 

6.10.20

MS Teams

17.11.20

12.1.21

2.3.21

27.4.21

22.6.21

Mrs Louise Bailey

Not yet a governor

YES

YES

YES

YES

APOLS

Mrs Chris Burns

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

Mrs Joanne Crombleholme

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

Mr Gareth Dickinson

Not yet a governor

YES

NO

YES

YES

Miss Nicola Dickson

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

Mrs Sam Grainey

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

Mrs Liz Haworth

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

Mrs Lyndsay Johnson

YES

No longer a governor

Mrs Sara Lawrenson

Not yet a governor

YES

YES

YES

YES

Mrs Sue Mair

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

Mrs Madeleine Pires

Not yet a governor

YES

Mr Rob Povah

Not yet a governor

YES

NO

YES

YES

Mrs Beth Thornley

YES

YES

No longer a governor

Mr Anthony Wakefield

YES

YES

YES

YES

No longer a governor

 

Mrs Cathy Malley (observer)

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

Mrs Sharon Goodland

(clerk)

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

YES

 

 

Name

Pay Sub Committee Meetings called if needed

 

6.10.19, MS Teams

12.1.21, MS Teams

22.3.21

Mrs Chris Burns

YES

YES

YES

Mrs Joanne Crombleholme

YES

YES

YES

Mrs Sam Grainey

Not yet a member

YES

YES

Mrs Liz Haworth

YES

YES

YES

Mrs Lyndsay Johnson

YES

No longer a governor

 

Mrs Beth Thornley

YES

No longer a governor

 

 

 

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