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Lincewood Primary School

Our Governors

Staff Governors

Appointing Body - Staff

Mr Simon Barbero

Parent Governors

Appointing Body - Parents

Rachel Steel

Community Co-opted Governors

Appointing Body - Governing Body

Mr Scott Croly Vice Chair of Governors

Mrs Rochelle Bone 

Mrs Hilary Scarnell

Mrs Sallie Falvey

Mrs Nicolette Lamont Chair of Governors

Local Authority Governors

Appointing Body - Local Authority

Faye Knight

Associate Members

Appointing Body - Governing Body

Andy Williams 

Salome Payn

Ex- Officio

Mrs Julie Braithwaite (Headteacher)

The Role of the Governor

The role of the Governing Body is to help the Head Teacher to ensure that all our children are happy, safe and are given the opportunity to reach their full potential.

We are responsible for all aspects of the School from agreeing the curriculum to how money is spent on resources such as books, computers, pencils, the upkeep of buildings and grounds etc.

Our role is to act as a critical friend to the school by ensuring that standards and the achievements of the children and teachers continues to be of the highest possible.     

Governors have a collective responsibility for important financial decisions in the school. Governors complete skills matrices to ensure the necessary skills are in place. Governors have identified that the overall strategy for the school is 'to provide a quality standard of education to local primary age children using all the resources we have available to us to maximise the opportunities we can make available to them and be the local school of choice'.

School Governors come from all walks of life and experiences. If you are interested in joining us, no particular skills are required as full training is included at our expense.  Being a School Governor is however a very interesting role and one where you can help shape the future of our young people and our communities.

Governors Business Interests

Instrument of Governance

Attendance at meetings data 2020/2021

Attendance at meetings data 2021/2022