Meet the Governors

Anne-Marie Emery

Anne-Marie Emery

 

Occupation:       Small Business Owner

Governor Role:   Parent Governor

Parish:                St Clare’s

Link to school (children grandchildren etc)

One child in Year 9. One due to start next year.

How important is the role of Governor at Trinity?

Extremely important in helping the school to move forward whilst being a support to staff and students in various different ways.

 

Wendy Kelly

Occupation:       MIddlesbrough Council Public Health

Governor Role:   Parent Governor

Parish:                Holy Name of Mary

Link to school (children grandchildren etc)

Parent of year 11 twins

What is the most important thing you do as a governor in school?

Ensure pupils feel happy and safe in school to enable them to achieve.

What is the one thing you would like to improve in education?

Over the last 10 years there has been almost continuous changes to the education system; the introduction of academies, changes to the curriculum, most recently radical review of GCSEs. I think that a period of stability and cohesion is required, in order to allow schools to work with pupils and families collaboratively and focus on learning.

How important is the role of Governor at Trinity?

I think the role of Governor is very important – we have a strategic overview of the school which enables us to see what is going well and what requires improvement. Our role is to scrutinise and challenge to make sure our pupils get the best possible education to ensure they succeed in life.

 

 

 Ann Whittingham

Anne Whittingham

 

Occupation:        Retired Health Visitor

Governor Role:   Vice Chair and Chair of Pupil Welfare

Parish:                Holy Name of Mary

What is the most important thing you do as a governor in school?

To support the safeguarding team as named governor.

 

Jane Woods

Jane Woods

 

Occupation:        University Lecturer

Governor Role:   Foundation Governor

Parish:                  Holy Name of Mary

Link to school (children, grandchildren etc)

Children in Year 7 and Year 13

How important is the role of Governor at Trinity?

Governors are important in providing support and guidance to the head teacher and teaching staff so they are able to provide the very best for the children.

 

  • Janet Granycome – (Headteacher)
  • Kevin Duffy (Chair) – Foundation Governor
  • Anne Teasdale – Foundation Governor
  • John Catron – Associate Governor