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St. Mary's Catholic Primary School

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Governors

Meet the Governors

St. Mary’s Catholic Primary School Governing Body

 

Mr. Les Rippon (Foundation) – Joined the Governing Body in September 2018

Chair of the Governing Body, Child Protection and Looked After Governor

 

Mrs. Mary Ormsby (Foundation) – Joined the Governing Body in July 2021

Vice Chair of Governing Body 

 

Father Hugh Somerville Knapman  (Parish Priest) - Joined the Governing Body in September 2021

RE Governor

 

Deacon Peter Mawtus (Foundation) – Joined the Governing Body in July 2019

Health and Safety Committee and Staffing and Curriculum Committee.

 

Mr. James Smith (Parent) – Joined the Governing Body in September 2020

 

Mrs B. Halsall (Foundation) - Joined the Governing Body in September 2020

 

Mrs. Angela Molyneux (LEA) – Joined the Governing Body on 3rd December 2015

Vice Chair of the Staffing and Curriculum Committee, SEN Governor

 

Mrs. Liz Smallwood – Joined the Governing Body on 1st June 2017

Educational Visits Governor

 

Mr. Neil Mason (Parent) – Joined the Governing Body on 17th October 2017

 

Mrs. Dawn McGrath (Staff) – Joined the Governing Body on 13th May 2004

 

Mr. Mark Nolan (Staff) – Joined the Governing Body on 6th June 2011

Headteacher

 

Mrs. Karen Jones (Clerk to Governors) – Joined September 2021

 

Committees:

Staffing and Curriculum Committee Membership:

Mrs. A. Molyneux (Chair), Father Hugh Somerville Knapman, Deacon Peter Mawtus, Mrs B. Halsall, Mr. N. Mason, Mr. L. Rippon, Mrs. D. McGrath, Mr. M. Nolan

 

Finance, Premises, Health and Safety Committee Membership:

Mr L. Rippon (Chair), Mrs. L. Smallwood (Vice Chair) Mrs. A. Molyneux,

Deacon Peter Mawtus, Mr. N. Mason, Mr. M. Nolan

 

 

Statements of business interests and salary declaration.

At the start of each school year, members of the Governing Body sign a declaration of business interests to avoid any future conflict of interest. This was signed by all members in Atumn 2021 and then updated at subsequent meetings.

 

The Governing Body declare that no empoyees receive a salary exceeding £100k.

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