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Greswold's Governors

Greswold's Chair of Governors - Mr Mark Draisey

Category: Parent governor

Appointed by: Greswold parents

Term of office: 4 years (January 2017- 2021)

Committees: Facilities, Curriculum and Finance

Responsibilities: Chair of Greswold's Governing Body and Chair of the Finance Committee

Pecuniary Interests: None

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Greswold's Vice Chair of Governors - Mr Stephen Lane

Category: Local Authority governor

Appointed by: Solihull Local Authority and the Governing Body

Term of office: 4 years (June 2020-2024)

Committees: Facilities, Extended Services and Finance/Communications

Responsibilities: Vice Chair of Greswold’s Governing Body and Chair of the Extended Services Committee

Pecuniary Interests: None

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Mr Peter Benson

Category: Co-opted governor

Appointed by: The Governing Body

Term of office: 4 years (November 2018-2022)

Committees: Personnel and Finance/Communications

Responsibilities: Chair of the Personnel Committee

Pecuniary Interests: None

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Mr Mark Chater

Category: Co-opted governor

Appointed by: The Governing Body

Term of office: 4 years (October 2019-2023)

Committees: Facilities and Extended Services

Responsibilities: No additional responsibilities

Pecuniary Interests: None

Information: I have worked at Greswold for over 14 years, starting as an NQT in Year 3. Since completing my induction year I have also worked in Year 5 and now Year 2, joining the leadership team in 2007. Throughout my time at Greswold there have been lots of changes. In joining the Governing Body I wanted to support a different aspect of the school – especially as we move from two to three form entry. It is rewarding to be part of shaping Greswold’s future.

 

Mrs Georgina Doyle

Category: Co-opted governor

Appointed by: The Governing Body

Term of office: 4 years (May 2019-2023)

Committees: Personnel and Extended Services

Responsibilities: No additional responsibilities

Pecuniary Interests: None

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Mrs Elaine Edmonds

Category: Co-opted governor

Appointed by: The Governing Body

Term of office: 4 years (November 2018-2022)

Committees: Facilities and Extended Services

Responsibilities: No additional responsibilities

Pecuniary Interests: None

Information: Mrs Edmonds works as a high level teaching assistant at Greswold.

 

Dr Ahmed Elsharkawy

Category: Parent governor

Appointed by: Greswold parents

Term of office: 4 years (January 2017- 2021)

Committees: Personnel and Curriculum

Responsibilities: No additional responsibilities

Pecuniary Interests: None

Information: Ahmed is the parent of 2 children at Greswold and works as a liver specialist at the QE hospital in Birmingham. He has been a parent governor since January 2017 and has a particular interest in the school thinking strategically about future challenges that are just over the horizon.

 

Mrs Jane Glover

Category: Co-opted governor

Appointed by: The Governing Body

Term of office: 4 years (October 2018-2022)

Committees: Extended Services and Curriculum

Responsibilities: No additional responsibilities

Pecuniary Interests: None

Information:  I was appointed as an NQT in 2003 and have taught in Yrs 4 and 6.  I currently teach 2 days a week in Year 5 and the rest of the week I support the Head Teacher with school improvement. I am also the DSL for the school.  I have been a govenor for 12 years and enjoy having an overview of Greswold from both a governance and teaching viewpoint.

- Mrs Glover works as a Year 5 teacher at Greswold and is an experienced school governor.

 

Mr Peter Groom

Category: Parent governor

Appointed by: Greswold parents

Term of office: 4 years (June 2019-2023)

Committees: Curriculum, Facilities and Finance

Responsibilities: Chair of the Facilities Committee

Pecuniary Interests: None

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Mr Ghulam Hassan

Category: Parent governor

Appointed by: Greswold parents

Term of office: 4 years (April 2019 - 2023)

Committees: Curriculum and Facilities

Responsibilities: No additional responsibilities

Pecuniary Interests:  None

Information: Having always had an interest in Education, I was pleased to be appointed as a Parent Governor. I’m a father of 2 children, the eldest of whom  is currently at the school, and have worked as a Project Manager for the last 12 years. Greswold is a great school and I look forward to being able to contribute to its continuing success.

 

Miss Vicky Nock

Category: Staff governor

Appointed by: Greswold staff

Term of office: 4 years (October 2019-2023)

Committees: 

Responsibilities: No additional responsibilities

Pecuniary Interests: None

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Mrs Karen Scott

Category: Headteacher

Appointed by: The Governing Body

Term of office: N/A

Responsibilities: Ex Officio

Pecuniary Interests: None

Information: As headteacher, Mrs Scott is automatically part of the Governing Body.

 

Ms Aysha Shabir

Category: Parent governor

Appointed by: Greswold parents

Term of office: 4 years (April 2019 - 2023)

Committees: Extended Services and Facilities

Responsibilities: 

Pecuniary Interests: 

Information: Aysha is an honours graduate in Psychology and a mother to two little boys. She is passionate about education and is dedicated to ensuring only the best for the pupils of Greswold Primary School.

 

Mrs Joanne Slater

Category: Co-opted governor

Appointed by: The Governing Body

Term of office: 4 years (April 2019-2023)

Committees: Personnel and Curriculum

Responsibilities: No additional responsibilities

Pecuniary Interests: None

Information: 

 

Mrs Charlotte Smith

Category: Parent governor

Appointed by: Greswold parents

Term of office: 4 years (April 2018-2022)

Committees: Finance, Personnel and Curriculum

Responsibilities: Chair of the Curriculum committee

Pecuniary Interests: None

Information: I have 2 children at Greswold and am proud to be able to support the school by acting as a governor. I have 22 years of experience in secondary education, the last 12 in senior leadership. I hope to bring to the governors an understanding of the challenges of running a school as well as a commitment to ensuring that our children are happy and successful in this crucial phase of their education.

 

Governors who have recently left the Governing Body

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