Sherdley Primary School
Growing Together, Respecting Each Other

Tel: 01744 678683
Email: sherdley@sthelens.org.uk
SEN Contact: Mrs K Bennett

The Governing Body of Sherdley Primary School

 

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7Kevin Harker - Chair of Governors - Co-opted GovernorI am Vice Principal of The Sutton Academy and a proud member of the governing body of Sherdley Primary. I believe in the importance of education and the impact it has on children's life chances. I have the highest expectations for all in everything that we do to ensure a calm, meaningful and happy environment for students and staff to thrive in.
5Cathey Briars - Vice Chair of Governors - Co-opted GovernorAs a co-opted governor, I am keen to ensure that the voice, aspirations and priorities of the parents of Sherdley pupils are a key part of school decision making at the most strategic level. My background as a teacher, and subsequent career supporting and writing about parental mental health are probably why I was elected to the role - but far more useful are the experiences I live every day raising two inquisitive, exhausting and terrifyingly unpredictable children!
1Kirsty Farrelly - Parent GovernorAs a mum of four young children I am passionate about helping to ensure our school provides the best environment to allow all children to fulfil their potential within a supportive and nurturing setting.

Professionally I am a Chartered Accountant and enjoy running my own business. This affords me the flexibility to work around our busy family life but essentially provides the opportunity to become fully involved in school life.

I am delighted to take on the role of Governors and enjoy being a member of the Governing Body. I look forward to continuing to work with all members of the Sherdley community to help to provide the best whole school experience for the pupils of Sherdley.
Hazel MorleyHazel Morley Co-opted Governor

I have been a  governor at Sherdley for over 10 years now it has been a pleasure to see the schools journey through to the ofsted categories to “good”


I am a retired accountant currently chair of the Resources committee. I am the  link governor for health and safety and governor training. I also represent the school on the local authority governors forum.

Laura PageLaura Page - Co-opted GovernorBeing a teacher at Sherdley, I spend a lot of my time in school with the children and staff and I wouldn’t have it any other way. I love teaching our amazing children and working alongside my amazing colleagues. I am dedicated to raising the progress of our children as well as making sure they are cared for, safe and are having funI want to support the school’s development and I want to see it succeed. It is important to me that the school does well and I am committed to helping the school reach its goals.
Alison May PicAlison May - Co-opted Governor
I am delighted to have the opportunity to become a Governor at Sherdley Primary School. I live in Great Sankey in Warrington, I and am mum of one and work in HR in the food manufacturing industry.

I am passionate about people achieving their potential through opportunity and encouragement and believe that schools have a crucial role in helping children shape their aspirations and encouraging them to believe in themselves to be able to achieve them.
Jen Heys picJennifer Heyes - Parent Governor

Having previously volunteered at Sherdley whilst completing my Level 2 & Level 3 Teaching Assistant Qualifications, I am now a mum of two! My eldest attends Sherdley and absolutely loves it. My youngest is due to start very soon.


I am proud to be part of such a great team of Governors at Sherdley who are as passionate as I am at succeeding and delivering the best for all our pupils.  
Going forward, I hope to be an excellent asset to the team.


Professionally, I work in the Customer Service department for a loft conversion company. 
I also love to bake (which has helped many a cake stall at various PTA events), I adore cheese (mainly cheese from France), spending time with all my family and most of all, I love weekends!

L HowardLeanne Howard - Co-opted GovernorI am proud to belong to an enthusiastic team of Governors, who are committed to help provide the best possible learning environment for the children of Sherdley Primary School. With a background in child safeguarding,  I believe schools also play a very important and vital role in the support of children and their families. I am keen to help the team continue improving the opportunities for each unique child to develop and thrive at Sherdley Primary.  
11Sandra Edwards - Co-opted GovernorI have 30 experience of working with children with special needs and I want to continue to help children enjoy their school days. I have two grown up boys who both attended Sherdley Primary and enjoyed their time there. I think all children should be nurtured and feel included within the family of the school.
4Alison McQueen - Parent GovernorI am a mum of two young children, with one who attends Sherdley. I believe children need the best possible start in life and I am proud to be part of a team of Governors who are all passionately willing to deliver that start. I am a parent volunteer working with babies to Pre-schoolers at Sherdley helping to build their confidence before they begin their own education.
8Karen Tilley - Staff GovernorAs an ex-student whose two children also attended Sherdley, I am passionate about seeing it continue developing into an outstanding school.

As a Governor and staff member I want to make sure Sherdley continues to give its students a great foundation so they can be the best they can be.
9Tony McCoy - HeadteacherI am an experienced Headteacher who always puts children first and am proud to be leading Sherdley. I am passionate about making a difference and preparing children for the future. In our school we aim to fully support children to become well-rounded individuals, ready to take up new challenges.

My four children are all grown up and my wife and I are now enjoying our 6 grandchildren! I love playing golf, cycling and following the 'exploits' of Everton Football Club.
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