Inmans Primary School Governing Body
Inmans Primary School has a dedicated and dynamic Governing Body who oversee the strategic direction for the school. The achievement and personal well-being of all pupils is central to their vision.
Governors are appointed to:
- Monitor and review aims and objectives alongside pupil progress and achievement
- Set targets and priorities from the School Evaluation Plan
- Manage the performance of senior leaders through support and challenge by setting high expectations of staff
- Oversee financial performance of the school and ensure the budget is managed effectively
- Ensure effective safe guarding is in place
- Promote the fundamental British Values
Becoming a Governor If you are interested in finding out more about the Governing Body or wish to be considered for the position of School Governor, then please contact the Chair of Governors at email@example.com
Mrs J. Baker – Co-opted Governor
I joined the Governing Body at Inmans as a Parent Governor in 2004, when my youngest child was a pupil here. After a term as Vice-Chair, I became Chair in 2008 shortly after the terrible floods and was very involved with the planning and completion of the new build project. Having completed over ten years as Chair, I am now a Governor with a special interest in residential visits and pupil premium. I have attended many residential visits and hope to continue to support the school in any way I can.
I have lived in the local area with my family for over 30 years, originating from Liverpool. In my ‘other’ life I am a District Commissioner for Scouting and I work for Boots Pharmacies
Mrs C. Bunker – Staff Governor
I joined Inmans in the role of Business Manager in 2015 and was appointed Staff Governor in 2016. I have a wealth of experience from both the public and private sectors, in strategic and operational business management.My areas of particular interests as a school Governor are financial accountability and best value. Achieving this will help drive high-quality education for our pupils.
Mrs S. Daniels – Parent Governor
I joined the Governing Board in 2017 as a Parent Governor. With a background in HR in not-for-profit and private sectors, I am thoroughly enjoying learning about the education field.
With 10 years’ experience in a senior HR Management role, I have led several change management projects and developed many people management policies and procedures to drive the business strategy. I have vast experience in all aspects of human resources and have a real passion for driving business performance through effective performance management.
Within my new role of Parent Governor, I am currently supporting the review and update of the Governor page of the school website, and ERSIP is my special focus. I hope to support the school going forwards in any way I can in achieving continued and improved standards whilst maintaining children’s positive experiences of their primary school years at Inmans.
Mrs E. Everitt – Parent Governor
I joined the Governing Body in 2016 as a Parent Governor. I am a qualified teacher with experience in Secondary and Primary Schools, both here in the UK and in Australia. I also have qualifications in Counselling Skills.
I have a good understanding of the education system, its goals and pressures both on staff and students.
My current responsibilities as Governor are for EYFS and English. I hope to help support the school in its endeavours to become an outstanding school.
Mrs S.Fellows - Headteacher
Mr B. Hanson – Parent Governor
I joined the Governing Body in 2018 as a Parent Governor. I have worked in the public sector all of my career, holding positions in local government and the NHS. My roles have included responsibilities for strategic planning and service improvement of varying degrees in the fields of health commissioning, children’s services and housing. Having worked in children’s services, I’ve volunteered to take up one of the Governing Body’s safeguarding responsibilities.
I have vast experience in roles that require me to undertake detailed analysis of different types of information. I feel that I will be able to bring this skill to the role of Governor when scrutinising reports and performance information.
I hope to help the school with its continuous improvement and get the best outcomes possible for all of the children who are pupils here. What I would like to help the school to achieve is for every child who comes here to leave feeling happy, having had a really good time with their friends and enjoying whatever it is they’ve learned about.
Mr M. Jenkinson – Parent Governor
I joined the Governing Body in 2018 as a Parent Governor. I work in the Offshore Oil and Gas industry and have experience regarding Health and Safety. I am involved in day-to-day management of a multidiscipline team working in high a high-hazard industry. This role also involves the continual improvement of working practices and standards.
I aim to undertake Governor responsibilities in Health and Safety and I hope that my work and own learning experiences can be used to further enhance and develop the school to ensure the education of children attending the school is the best it possibly can be.
Mrs A. Mackenzie – Co-opted Governor
I live in Burstwick and joined the Governing Body of Inmans Primary School in 2012, as a Local Authority Governor.
I have worked for the local authority for the last 17 years and am currently Head of the science faculty at Withernsea High School.
Both my children have attended Inmans Primary School. My areas of special focus are Ofsted Framework, SEND and Achievement.
Mrs T. Marrow – Parent Governor
I joined the Board of Governors in 2017 as a Parent Governor. I was a pupil at Inmans myself after moving to Hedon as a child and now my two children are both at Inmans in Key Stage 1.
I worked as a scientist for most of my career, but recently trained as a science teacher. I am currently working part-time as a supply teacher in secondary schools, which allows me more time to spend with my family.
I am enjoying my new role as a Governor and learning more about the school and the pupils. My special focus is in Maths and Science and year groups Years 1 and 2.
Mr R. Milner – Co-opted Governor
I moved to Hedon from East Hull, with my wife and two children in 1987, and at that time my daughter attended Inmans School. Years later, my grandson started at Inmans, just after the school had reopened having been rebuilt. He is now in his final year, whilst his sister is in Year 3.
I retired in 2014 having worked mostly in the building, plumbing and caravan supplies industry, with short spells in the Civil Service and Local Government during the late 90s.
Sport has played a big part in my life – playing football, cricket, snooker, tennis and golf – and I was Captain at Ganstead Park GC in 2002.
My special focus as a Governor is Safeguarding. I hope that my life experience along with involvement with the school over the years will enable me to make a useful contribution to the future development and wellbeing of Inmans Primary School.
Reverend D. North – Co-opted Governor
I’m David and I’m so excited to be the current Chair of Governors at Inmans Primary School. I have been a Governor since 2014 and am finding that it’s a constant learning curve!
I am the minister of the local ‘New Hope Family Church’ which meets at Inmans on a Sunday morning. My wife is a teacher at Inmans, and I have 2 grown-up children.
As well as Governor duties, I regularly take part in events at the school including, assemblies, RE lessons, reading with children, philosophy classes. I help out on school trips when they need extra help and generally I visit the school regularly as part of my Chair Governor role.
I am pleased and excited to be part of the team that is taking Inmans on its journey to where it wants to be. I believe we’re all working together to make Inmans the best school in the area! Contact me and find out how you can get involved to help Inmans excel.
Mrs S. Rix – Co-opted Governor
I became a Governor in 2017. Previously, I had been employed at Inmans Primary School for twenty-seven years, holding various roles. I had always been very involved in the school and wanted to carry on supporting the children after I left, in any way I can.
I am interested in all curriculum subjects and across all age groups. At the moment, and when time allows, I volunteer to hear the children read. I am responsible for Investors in Pupils, Accreditations and Computing. I have a background in IT and have a continued interest in this. I feel my experience working in the school enables me to understand how the curriculum is applied and what the assessment process is and how this affects the children and what is needed to help them achieve their best.