Mrs F. Stevenson
Being a school governor is a really interesting role that I initially took on as my eldest daughter was a pupil at Little Weighton School.
Over the Years, my youngest daughter has started school and I have thoroughly enjoyed supporting the head and staff to ensure Little Weighton School is the best it can be.
I have run my own dance school for 24 years and have many transferable skills that have been very useful in my governing role.
My particular interests are teaching and learning, Special Educational Needs and I enjoy my 'Wake 'n' Shake' with the children each morning!!
Mr M. Cross
I'm a Foundation Governor for the Church of England on the governing body, being Churchwarden at St Peter's Rowley our Parish Church. I work as the financial administrator for a charity in Hull. I have lifelong knowledge of the local community and have the skills to help the school in its administration.
Mrs C. Hillier
My husband and I have lived in Little Weighton for twenty years. We have a son, daughter and grandsons aged seven and ten. I became interested in becoming a governor when I retired from my post as a manager in Adult Education. I wanted to do some voluntary work and hoped that my qualifications and experience in teaching and educational management could be useful. I am particularly interested in language and literacy and enjoy listening to the children read on Tuesday afternoons.
Mr J. Higgins
Growing up in Bransholme, yet becoming a graduate engineer I understand how important the early years of school can be to the overall future of a child. Enthusiasm and abilities of all staff can make all the difference. As a father I wanted to play a part in the strategic leadership of the school to ensure all children reach their full potential before moving onto high school. Working as a Sales Manager for a major world wide company, I hope the skills I have developed in facts and figures will be a benefit to school.