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Beckingham Primary School

Governors

Governor Structure

 

Designated Governor for Child Protection - Mrs H Kilmore

 

Chair of Governors - Mrs S Bowes 

 

Vice Chair of Governors - Mrs L Trickett
 

Governors

                                                                                                                  Term of office

Mrs S Bowes - sub committee         F&GP/PP/Strategic                    January 2020

Mrs L Trickett - sub committee        F&GP/PP/Strategic                    February 2023

Mrs C Du Feu - sub committee        F&GP                                           February 2019

Mrs C Hickin - sub committee          F&GP                                           March 2021

Mrs H Kilmore - sub committee       P&P/Strategic                            March 2021

Mrs K Hamilton - sub committee     F&GP                                           September 2021

Mrs E Moore - sub committee         F&GP/P&P/Strategic                  Continuous

Mrs M Oughton - sub committee    F&GP/P&P/Strategic                  October 2022

Dr A Scott - sub committee              F&P/P&P/Strategic                     November 2022

The Governors are a group of dedicated people who help with the monitoring and development of the school. We take into account our members strengths when deciding sub committees. The Governing body at Beckingham consists of three parents, three co – opted, one Local Authority, one staff and the Head teacher. The Chair of Governors is Mrs Sarah Bowes.

 

Please be advised that copies of sub-committee Governors minutes and financial information are available to parents/carers if they wish to view them.

Attendance at Governor Meetings

as at November 2018

3 meetings per academic year

                                                                         2018/2019                                                             2017/2018

S Bowes                                                            1 out of 1                                                               1 out of 3

C du Feu                                                           1 out of 1                                                               1 out of 3

K Hamilton                                                       1 out of 1                                                                3 out of 3

C Hickin                                                            1 out of 1                                                                3 out of 3

H Kilmore                                                         1 out of 1                                                                2 out of 3 

E Moore                                                            1 out of 1                                                               3 out of 3

L Trickett                                                           1 out of 1                                                               2 out of 3

M Oughton                                                       1 out of 1                                                               Not a Governor

MEET OUR GOVERNORS

Mrs Bowes - Chair of GovernorsI started being a governor when my daughter was in primary school and really loved being able to understand how a school is run and how community schools are building the future generation. I love being able to help volunteer within the local community. I have now been a governor for nearly 8 years  and have been  a governor at Beckingham Primary School for two years as the Local Authority Governor.  As a school governor our aim is to get the best education possible  but also enjoy school and feel safe.  The governors look at how the school can improve and develop regularly to make sure that we are all doing the best for the students.  I am also Chair of Governors at Walkeringham Primary School. 

 

I do not have any close personal relationships with any staff members that could  influence (or be perceived to influence) my impartiality in financial decision making in the school.  Declaration of Financial and Business interests - none.

 

Mrs Trickett

I became a governor about 18 years ago when my sons were at the school.  I trained as a nursery nurse so I had some insight into how a school works.  When my children left I became a co-opted governor.  I enjoy handicrafts and I like to help in my local community.  

 

I do not have any close personal relationships with any staff members that could  influence (or be perceived to influence) my impartiality in financial decision making in the school.  Declaration of Financial and Business interests - none.

 

 

Mrs du Feu

I am a community governor for Beckingham Primary School.  I am interested in education and have been involved with schools and children all my working life.  

 

I do not have any close personal relationships with any staff members that could  influence (or be perceived to influence) my impartiality in financial decision making in the school.  Declaration of Financial and Business interests - none.

 

Mrs Hickin

I decided to become a parent governor to help Beckingham Primary School be the best school it can and ensure all pupils are safe and have a happy experience at school. I am a teacher at Lincoln Academy.  My hobbies include keeping fit, baking and going on holiday.  

 

I do not have any close personal relationships with any staff members that could  influence (or be perceived to influence) my impartiality in financial decision making in the school.  Declaration of Financial and Business interests - none.

 

Mrs Kilmore

I wanted to be a parent governor at Beckingham Primary School because all of my four children would at some point attend this lovely village school.  I wanted to be more involved with the school and watch all children progress to the best of their ability.  I thought by being a governor it would help me understand how staff and children work together to make this progression possible. I particularly enjoy visits to school to see the children working and playing in a school environment.  

 

I do not have any close personal relationships with any staff members that could  influence (or be perceived to influence) my impartiality in financial decision making in the school.  Declaration of Financial and Business interests - none.

Michelle Oughton

I decided to become a governor at Beckingham Primary School as I believe every child has the right to receive the best education they can in a safe and happy environment. 

 

I have been a volunteer in the school for many years, whilst my daughter attended and I still help in Foundation.  It is great seeing the children become confident and flourish through their school journey.

 

I do not have any close personal relationships with any staff members that could  influence (or be perceived to influence) my impartiality in financial decision making in the school.  Declaration of Financial and Business interests - none.

 

Anna Scott

My two children attend school in Years 3 and 6.  I support school as a PTFA member and parent helper and help run Beckingham Cubs.  I work as a public historian and in community engagement heritage projects.

 

I have experience of teaching in higher education and working in local authorities; project and event management experience, including managing budgets and grant funding; published writer and public speaker.  I am keen to support the school, its staff, pupils, ambitions and goals.

 

I do not have any close personal relationships with any staff members that could  influence (or be perceived to influence) my impartiality in financial decision making in the school.  Declaration of Financial and Business interests - none.

 

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