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Welcome to our Governors’ section.


Please find below details of how our Governing body is structured, including the names, categories, responsibilities and terms of appointment for each Governor.

Drury Primary School

Governing Body

Governor Category Term of Office  
Mr Simon Griffiths -  Chair Community 30/05/17 - 01/05/21  
Mr Ken Iball Community 24/09/18 - 23/09/22  
Mrs Sian Catherall Community 25/09/17 - 24/09/21  
Mrs Claire Evans Community 28/09/17 - 27/09/21  
Mr Paul Whittaker Parent 14/10/18 - 13/10/22  
Mr Ian Magill - Vice Chair Parent 14/10/18 - 13/10/22  
Mrs Caroline Peacock Parent 08/02/16 - 07/02/20  
Mrs Trish Thompson Parent 06/02/17 - 05/02/21  
Mrs Mary-Anne Evans LEA 04/02/17 - 03/02/21  
Mrs Susan Thompson LEA 01/03/18 - 28/02/21  
Cllr Dennis Hutchinson LEA 21/03/18 - 20/03/22  
Mr Jack Crompton Teaching Staff 19/09/16 - 18/09/20  
Mrs Ern Dorans Non Teaching Staff  06/02/17 - 05/02/21  
Mr Mark Biltcliffe Headteacher Ex-officio  
Mrs Elizabeth Jones Deputy Head Observer  
Mrs Sarah Tomlinson Clerk    

 

Curriculum Links for Staff and Governors

Area of Learning Staff Leader                           Governor Link
Expressive Arts Mrs E Jones

Mrs C Peacock              

Health and Well-being Mrs S Ellis Mr P Whittaker
Humanities Mrs R Phelps Mrs M Evans
Languages Mrs M Roscoe Cllr D Hutchinson
Maths and Numeracy Mr J Crompton Mr I Magill
Science and Technology Miss J Williams Mrs M Evans

 

To Drury Staff,

 

I just wanted to pass on my thanks and appreciation for everything you have all done throughout Covid-19. I have been so impressed by the way you have risen to the challenge and adapted. You have created online resources that have been interesting and engaging. 

 

You have also, welcomed children of key workers into the Hub at Mountain Lane and Drury, where they have felt safe and very happy. You have adapted to allow children to access the 'Check in, Catch up and Prepare for September'' sessions for  the children and they have really benefited from being able to see their friends and return to the familiar environment of their classroom and teacher, and you have also dealt with all the other extra strains of writing policies, risk assessments and implementing cleaning regimes. 

 

I understand that it has been really tough, tiring, and demanding, however, despite the craziness, you have been able to bring some normality and structure to what otherwise has been a worrying and anxious time. 

 

I thank you as a governor, for keeping learning and the well-being of the children at the centre of everything you do. I also thank you as a parent, your input and your understanding of individual circumstances has been a welcome comfort during these uncertain times. 

 

September is going to bring a set of new challenges!, I really hope that you all manage to have time out to do something for yourself over the summer, you very much deserve it.  

 

Thanks again 

Maryanne Evans

 

For the latest guidance on Covid-19, please look at Heath Advice under the Parents Tab. Take care everyone.
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