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Meet our Governors

The School Council interviewed some of our Governors to find out more about them and discover why they became Governors.

 

Chair of Governors

What is your name?   Steven Walker

Where are you from? Leeds

What is your favourite drink? Tea

What is your favourite country? U.S.A

What do you like doing in your spare time? Cycling

When did you start being a governor? 2007

Staff Governor 

What is your name?  Mrs Kearns

Where are you from?  Somerset

What is your favourite drink?  White wine and tea

What is your favourite country? Croatia

What do you like doing in your spare time? Gardening

When did you start being a governor? 2014

Co-Opted Governor

What is your name? Kirsty Hanks

Where are you from? Lincoln

What is your favourite drink?   Coffee

What is your favourite country?  U.S.A

What do you like doing in your spare time?  Reading

When did you start being a governor?   2010

Brian MarshallBrian Marshall

Co-Opted Governor

Mr Brian Marshall

 

 

 

 

 

 

Co-Opted Governor

Mr G Dyer

Co-Opted Governor

Mrs Kim Wailling

LA Governor

Mrs Hilary Williamson

Parent Governor

Mrs Vicky Cahill

Co-Opted Governor

Mr Jeff Coultish

Parent Governor

(Vice Chair)

Julie Duckett

 

Governor’s Interview

By the School Council

Why do you want to help our school?

We want the children to have the best education and are well looked after. All their needs are met. 

What do you do as a governor?

We ensure that you receive that you have the best education. We make sure the school doesn’t run out of money.

Why did you want to become a governor?

As a parent, I wanted to see that the school was doing a good job. We also want to help the head teacher and to ensure that all children have a good education and have fun. Mr Walker is a retired teacher-he wanted to help.
 We think Barlby Bridge stands you in a good steady position for high school.

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