|NAME||TYPE OF GOVERNOR||OTHER ROLES||APPOINTING BODY||DATE OF APPOINTMENT|
TERM OF OFFICE
|John Moseley||Community||Chair||Governing Body||1.9.2019||31.08.2023|
|Carol Fletcher||Local Authority||Vice-Chair||Derbyshire LA||1.7.2019||30.06.2023|
|Robin Balderstone||Community||Governing Body||20.05.2020||19.05.2024|
|Suzanne Stewart||Parent||Parent Body||31.01.2022||30.01.2026|
|Becky Finney||Parent||Parent Body||31.01.2022||30.01.2026|
|Ian Cooper||Staff||Elected by school staff||29.04.2019||28.04.2023|
|Paul Hunter||Headteacher||Headteacher||Governing Body||While in post as headteacher|
Meet the Governors
John Moseley: Chair of Elton School Governing Body, also longstanding member of and current Chair of Elton Parish Council. John's children attended Elton School and he follows in his mother's footsteps as she was also a member of the School Governors. John is a local farmer and a keen sportsman who enjoys football!
Carol Fletcher: "I am a retired science teacher who is enjoying life in the Peak District with my husband and dog. I am pleased to support Elton School as a local authority governor."
Robin Balderstone: Parent of former pupil, background and experience in private sector finance and procurement
Sheila Laming: "Hello my name is Sheila Laming. I am a Foundation Governor, representing the local church on the governing body. I am a retired teacher and an active member of my local Anglican church. I am lead governor for Early Years and Foundation Stage matters and for Safeguarding."
Ian Cooper: "During a lengthy varied police career I supported and worked alongside schools. I retrained as a teaching assistant primarily to support primary school children (and find time for playground football). Previous experience as a governor at my daughters primary. Interests are mountain biking, taking pictures, music and the mighty Rams."
Becky Finney: "As a parent of an autistic child, I have developed a great understanding and fascination of the world through the neurodiverse mind. As a SEND parent governor it is important for me to explore strategies of learning to compliment individual learning needs. Inclusivity requires patience, resilience and simple adjustments in order for all children to experience enjoyable learning. I believe that children will thrive in a nurturing and accepting environment where they are encouraged to demonstrate their unique abilities.
I currently practice independently as an Advanced Clinical Practitioner (ACP). I work predominently within the Primary Care setting with a background of almost 20 years practicing as a nurse within the Emergency Department. Healthcare and education should be easily accessible and a positive experience for all."
Sue Stewart: "I am a parent of 4 children, 3 of whom are currently at Elton School. I am also a foster carer and part time maths tutor. I chose to be a parent governor to help support the school that teaches my children so well and to share parent views during planning and review meetings."