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Email: Governors.Waterloo@schools.sefton.gov.uk

 

Governors Declaration of Pecuniary, Business and Personal Interests 2016-2017

 

Governor Name and term of office

Pecuniary / Business Interests plus any other Educational Establishments Governed

Relationships to School Individuals

Ms Maria Patricia Moss (Chair).

5th January  2001 - 11th July 2018.

 

None declared

none

 Ms Melanie Burton

(Vice Chair).

4th July 2006 - 17th October 2018.

 

None declared

none

Mrs Sarah Michelle Robinson.

20th January 2014 - 19th January 2018.

 

None declared

none

Miss Trudi Louise   Hirsch.

1st April 2009 - 8th July 2017.

 

None declared

none

Mrs Claire Louise Gaudie.

7th October 2010 - 8th July 2017.

 

None declared

Family member works in school

Mr Gary Richardson.

3rd November 2015 - 22nd November 2019.

 

None declared

none

Mrs Helen Shaw.

23rd November 2015 - 22nd November 2019.

 

None declared

Child in school

 Mrs Emma Anne Graham.

23rd  November 2015 - 22nd November 2019.

 

None declared

Two children in school

Mrs Angharad Jenn.

23rd November 2015 - 22nd November 2019.

 

None declared

Two children in school

 Mr Andrew Thomas Morris.

23rd November 2015 - 22nd November 2019.

 

 

None declared

none

Ruth Baldwin (Headteacher).

 

1st September 2006.

 

None declared

none

Mrs Sarah Louise Maciver. Associate Member - no voting rights.

17th October 2016 - 16th October  2017.

 

None declared none

Miss Elizabeth Young. Associate Member - no voting rights.

17th October 2016 - 16th October 2017.

 

 

None declared. none

 

Governor Committee Dates 2016-2017 

        

Autumn Term

 

Committee

Time

Day & Date

Teaching Learning and Assessment

5pm

Monday 26th September 2016

Leadership & Management followed by Pay Review Committee

5pm

Monday 17th October  2016

Behaviour, Safety and Wellbeing

5pm

Monday 7th November 2016

Pupil Progress

5pm

Monday 14th November  2016

Full Governors

5pm

Monday 21st November 2016

Children’s Centre

5pm

Monday 5th December 2016

 

Spring Term

 

Committee

Time

Day & Date

Leadership & Management

5pm

Monday 9th January 2017

Behaviour, Safety and Wellbeing

5pm

Monday 6th February 2017

Pupil Progress

5pm

Monday 20th February 2017

Children’s Centre

5pm

Monday 6th March 2017

Teaching Learning and Assessment

5pm

Monday 13th March 2017

Full Governors

5pm

Monday 27th March 2017

 

Summer Term

 

Committee

Time

Day & Date

Leadership & Management

5pm

Monday 24th April 2017

Behaviour, Safety and Wellbeing

5pm

Monday 8th May 2017

Pupil Progress

5pm

Monday 22nd May 2017

Teaching Learning and Assessment

5pm

Monday 12th June 2017

Children’s Centre

5pm

Monday 19th June 2017

Full Governors followed by Budget Ratification

5pm

Monday 26th June 2017

 

 

Meet the Governors of Waterloo Primary School 

Responsibilities and Attendance at Meetings 2015-2016

 

Mrs Maria Patricia Moss - Chair of Governors / Local Authority Governor

Responsibilities:

Teaching Learning and Assessment meetings attended 2/3:*apologies received

Pupil Progress meetings attended 3/3:

Behaviour Safety and Wellbeing meetings attended 2/2

Leadership and Management meetings attended 3/3

Full Governors meetings attended 3/3

 have been a Governor at Waterloo Primary School for the past 16 years and Chair of Governors for the last six years. I became a Governor when my daughters first started school and have found the work I do on behalf of the school is very interesting and fulfilling. I am a full time working mum with two daughters, my hobbies are singing, swimming, reading, and going to the cinema. I have a strong belief in fairness and justice, and see education as the first step to help children discover and obtain an exciting life for themselves and create a better world for the future.

Ms Melanie  Burton - Vice Chair / Co Opted Governor

Responsibilities:

Leadership and Management 2/3*apologies received

Pupil Progress 2/2

Full Governors meetings attended 3/3

Hello my name is Mel Burton. I am now a Co opted Governor having originally been a Parent Governor whilst my daughter spent seven happy years at Waterloo Primary School. I am Deputy Head of Resonate, Liverpool's Music Education Hub. My work takes me into hundreds of schools across Merseyside and beyond and I think it gives me an objective view of education. As a governor I see my role as being a critical friend to the school - ready to challenge preconceived ideas and support our leadership team in their aim to constantly improve the opportunities available to our children. As a busy mum I used to take advantage of many of the extended services provided by the school and see these aspects of school as being just as important as the curriculum. I want our school to be pivotal in supporting our children to become productive, positive happy individuals.

 

Mrs Helen Louise Shaw - Parent Governor

Responsibilities:

Behaviour Safety and Wellbeing meetings attended 2/2

Full Governors meetings attended 3/3

I have a  child at Waterloo Primary and I am also a Teaching Assistant in the school. I became a  Governor in Autumn 2015 as this seemed like the next natural step to take. Having previously been in marketing I took the choice to stay at home with my children for a while and after a short period of home schooling I sent my daughter to Waterloo Primary where she is flourishing!  I am a member of the Behaviour, Safety and Wellbeing Committee and I really hope in my new role to be able to make a difference to the school and the experiences of the children there. 

 

Mrs Emma Anne Graham - Parent Governor

Responsibilities:

Pupil Progress meetings attended 2/2

Full Governors meetings attended 2/3*apologies received

I volunteered to become a Parent Governor following the last OFSTED report as I wanted to be able to contribute and play an active part in the development of the school. I am on the Pupil Progress Committee which helps ensure that every child is given the opportunity to achieve their maximum potential. As the designated Pupil Voice Governor, I also see my role as a critical eye- supporting Management but also providing a voice and perspective from the parents and children. Both my children are in the infants at Waterloo Primary and I pick them up most days so please feel free to come and and have a chat.

 

Mr Andrew Thomas Morris - Co Opted Governor

Responsibilities:

Teaching Learning and Assessment meetings attended 2/3*apologies received

Full Governors meetings attended 3/3

I became a  Co opted Governor in Autumn 2015. I am passionate about our children receiving the very best education they can in a safe and happy environment. I believe a sound education delivered in early years is essential to help them reach and ultimately exceed their aspirations, as such I hope to be able to support the Leadership Team in Waterloo Primary to achieve all of their aims and objectives. I am married with four children - the eldest is in University and my others are in Reception, Y2 and Y5. I am employed as an Engineer for Merseyrail having also spent twenty years in the RAF as an Aircraft Engineer. I enjoy,cycling,spinning, DIY and am a keen Liverpool supporter.  

 

Mrs Angharad Jenn - Parent Governor

Responsibilities:

Teaching Learning and Assessment meetings attended 3/3

Full Governors meetings attended 2/3*apologies received

I recently became a Parent Governor in Autumn 2015. I decided to become a Governor following the recent OFSTED visit as I felt this was not a true reflection of the school. I want to be able to contribute in any way possible to help the Headteacher and her team achieve their aims.  I have two children at the school in Y2 and Reception. 

 

Mrs Sarah Michelle  Robinson - Co Opted Governor

Responsibilities:

Leadership and Management meetings attended 3/3

Teaching Learning and Assessment 3/3

Full Governors meetings attended 3/3

I have been on the Governing body for nearly three years. I was a former pupil at the school and have very fond memories of growing up here – some of the teachers who taught me are still here today, which is lovely!

I wanted to become a Governor as I felt that I had a great education at this school and wanted to give something back to the pupils and staff to help other children develop in their own way. I have a little boy of my own, Sam, who has just turned 1 and I am learning a lot about the education he will receive as he gets older and it’s nice to have a part to play in the education he will receive.

Iam a member of the Leadership and Management Committee, which ties in nicely with my job at Santander. I also sit on the Teaching,Learning and Assessment Committee and recently, I was appointed as the Governor for Special Educational Needs and am working closely with Ruth Jones to assist in any way that I can.

 

Mrs Claire Gaudie - Co Opted Governor

Responsibilities:

Leadership and Management Committee meetings attended 2/3*apologies received

Behaviour Safety and Wellbeing meetings attended 3/3

Full Governors meetings attended 3/3

I became a Parent Governor when my children Sophie and Jackson attended the school. They are now grown up but I have continued on the Governing Body as a Co-opted Governor as I feel such a strong connection with Waterloo Primary School and feel that it plays such a strong role in the community. The children never cease to impress me as they always seem so happy and enthusiastic in their learning.

 

Miss Trudi Louise Hirsch - Co Opted Governor

Responsibilities:

Leadership and Management meetings attended 2/3*apologies received

Teaching Learning and Assessment meetings attended 2/3*apologies received

Full Governnors meetings attended 3/3

I have worked as a Finance Officer with the National Health Service for nearly twenty years, initially at Sefton Health Authority based just down the road at Burlington House, and currently at NHS England in Liverpool. I joined the Governing Body six years ago because I wanted to give something back to the area where I had worked. I am a Community Governor on the Leadership and Management Committee as well as a member of the Staff Discipline and Appeals Committees. In my spare time I love the Theatre and am very proud to be the 2015-16 Chair of the Southport Dramatic Club. I am also a Rotarian with the Ormskirk Clocktower Rotary Club.

 

Mr Gary Richardson -Co Opted Governor

Responsibilities:

Leadership and Management meetings attended 2/3*apologies received

Behaviour Safety and Wellbeing meetings attended 2/3*apologies received

Teaching Learning and Assessment meetings attended 2/3*apologies received

Full Governors meetings attended 1/3*apologies received

 

Staff Governor - Vacancy

 

Mrs Sarah Louise Maciver - Associate Member

Miss Elizabeth Young - Associate Member

Mrs Ruth Baldwin - Headteacher

Mrs Helen Marie Owens - Clerk to Governors

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