A Little Bit About Ourselves

Mrs C. Hillier  Chair of Governors

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.



Miss J. Tharratt  Vice Chair

I am a coopted governor who has had thirty years experience in early years. I have worked for the private sector and the local authority, including five years working in the foundation unit at this school. I have three children and have recently become a grandparent. I also live in a village and think it is very important that we keep our village schools. I believe in the value of local community and think this school forms an integral part of this. I am a relatively new governor and I am looking forward to my new role and using my skills and knowledge that I have acquired over the years to help to support this school.



Mr M. Cross  Foundation Governor

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. 



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.



Mrs H. Butler 

I have lived in Little Weighton with my family now for 6 years and have two children that attend the school. I became interested in becoming a parent Governor after hearing about how the Governor role can support the School. I am really passionate about the school and sustaining the School for the Village, as I feel it is such an important part of the Village. My two children are really happy at the School and I want to continue to support the school and this role I feel enables me to do this bringing the skills and knowledge I have from my own working life and personal village life to the school.

Revd. D Messer

 Mr C Pickering

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Governor meeting attendance 2017-18

Governing Body roles and responsibilities 2018-19

If you are interested in becoming involved with the governance of the school, please either speak to the Chair of Governors or the Headteacher.