The staff and Governors at Martin Frobisher Infant School work very closely together to ensure that all children have access to high quality education. Our Governors have a range of skills which are utilised to support the strategic development of the school. If you need to contact any of the governors please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the school office who will then ask a governor to contact you. Several of our Governors are also parents of pupils and are often around at the beginning and end of the school day.
When may I need to contact a Governor?
Everyone has an anxiety or a concern at some stage of their child's education and the best first point of contact is always the class teacher, or the headteacher if it’s a concern about the structures and systems of the school or a child protection issue. Staff are very keen to know when things aren’t going smoothly for your child and calling in for a chat or booking an appointment to meet is always the best first step.
Governors look at the strategic 'big picture' for the school, and at procedures and policies that affect large numbers of children. So if you’re concerned about something that just affects your child, speak to the class teacher. If it’s about how we do things in school on a bigger scale, talking it over with a governor can be helpful
Who are our Governors?
Lyndsey Carter - Headteacher
Andrea Wright - Chair of Governors - Parent Governor
Rachel Adams - Co-opted Governor
Carol Thompson - Co-opted Governor (Safeguarding Governor)
Kelly Wilson - Vice Chair of Governors - Co-opted Governor
Diane Steinmann-Burnell - Staff Governor
David Hall - Local Authority Governor (Health and Safety Governor)
Sarah Nuttall - Associate Governor (No voting rights at full Governing Body meetings)
David Parry - Parent Governor (Data Governor)
Ruth Tolson - Co-opted Governor
Lindsey Wood - Co-opted Governor
Vacancy - Co-opted Governor
The documents below show the attendance by governors at individual committee and full governing body meetings and the register of interests. The register of interests outlines the relevant business interests of our governors and details of any other educational establishments they govern. The register includes details of any relationships between governors and members of the school staff including spouses, partners and relatives.