Governors

 

 

 

Mrs Janice Rush - Chair of Governors

Chair of Governors.

Co-opted Governor (01/12/17 - 02/12/19)

I am a parent and my son is currently in year 11 at Allerton Grange, having joined the school in year 7. I have been a governor in the Primary Sector since October 2006 and have held the post National Leader of Governance. I work for IBM and I currently manage a global team reporting on and evaluating the effectiveness of education  delivered internally. I also tutor on courses covering Professional Development Skills to our graduate intake. Previously, I have worked in a variety of roles including IT Support, Computer Programming, Project Management and Financial Analysis & Management. I also have a PGCE and have taught in the Adult Education sector.

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Mr Mike Roper

Head Teacher (20/04/15 - )

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Ms Barbara Trayer

Co-opted Governor and Co Vice Chair (11/07/16 – 10/07/20)


As an experienced former Deputy Headteacher/Acting Headteacher coupled with my experiences as an independent Education Consultant, I provide quality, reliable, supportive as well as challenging additional capacity to the Governing Body. I bring rigour, organisation, commitment, flexibility and excellent communication skills in the areas of school improvement.


With the ongoing changes in education and the OFSTED framework, I strongly believe that the areas that are high risk to the school are: Standards, Leadership and Management at all levels, self-evaluation and the quality of Teaching and Learning, thus ensuring that the school provides value for money and a quality education service to the students, staff and the wider community.


I ensure that I am up to date with the latest trends, legislation and initiatives in education. My practice and feedback from centres with whom I have worked closely is that I am honest, transparent, patient and resourceful. I believe in sharing good practice both within and across organisations. A key part of my work is to monitor, review and evaluate, not only the colleagues with whom I work, but my own contribution to avoid complacency. This is important in ensuring that the Headteachers, Principals, Governing Bodies and other key staff receive consistent information and guidance to keep the organisations moving forward, thus impacting positively on student outcomes.

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Ms Linda Chapman

Co-opted Governor (10/07/17 – 09/07/21)

I have a son who is now in the 6th form at Allerton Grange.

I am a former Assistant Head teacher, experienced English teacher, Moderator and Examiner.

I have an interest in Special Educational Needs and Disability. I am also the chairperson of a small charity supporting the provision of extra-curricular activities for primary school children in the North East of Leeds.

 

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Mr Tony Byng

Parent Governor (05/06/15 – 04/06/19)


I have two children at the school, one in year 10 and one in year 8.


I am currently the Programme Director for the MA Corporate Communications, Marketing & Public Relations at Leeds University Business School.

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Mrs Catriona Wilkinson

Parent Governor (07/07/15 – 06/07/19)


I am an elected parent Governor linked to special education needs at Allerton Grange. I am currently in my second term, having started as a Governor in the summer of 2011.


I work part-time for Leeds City Council Children’s Services and I am a volunteer parent representative for Bliss, a charity for families of babies born premature or sick. I am married with three children, one who has since left 6th form at Allerton Grange, one in year 11 and one in year 7.

I am not a Governor at any other schools, nor am I on the board of any voluntary organisations.

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Mrs Bev Manfredi

PA to the Headteacher and Clerk to the Governors

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Ms Anna Lattimer (Associate Governor)

Anna Lattimer is an Associate Governor from Hovingham Primary School.

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Ms Helen Haigh (Associate Governor)

Helen Haigh is an Associate Governor.

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Mr Maninder Dev (Parent Governor)
Mr Andy McKinlay (Parent Governor)
Mr Dan Carver (Parent Governor)

 

Full Governing Body Meetings for 2019/20

COMMITTEE DATE OF MEETING TIME OF MEETING

GB Meeting - Results Review

Fri 27/08/19 2.00 pm

FULL GOVERNING BODY

 

17/09/19

6.00 pm

Strategy & Resources

05/11/19 6.00 pm

FGB 1 (PD & BA)

19/11/19 6.00 pm
FGB 2 (QoE)

03/12/19 6.00 pm

FULL GOVERNING BODY

HT Report

21/01/20 6.00 pm

Strategy and Resources

25/02/20 6.00 pm
FGB 1 (PD & BA)

10/03/20 6.00 pm
FGB 2 (QoE) 24/03/20 6.00 pm

FULL GOVERNING BODY

HT Report

29/04/20 6.00 pm

Strategy and Resources
Budget Approval

19/05/20 6.00 pm

FGB 1 (PD & BA)

09/06/20 6.00 pm
FGB 2 (QoE)

23/06/20 6.00 pm

FULL GOVERNING BODY

HT Report

07/07/20 6.00 pm

 

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- Year 8 Parent
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- Prospective Parent
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- Prospective Parent, September 2018
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- Year 8 Parent
"I have observed behaviour that illustrates strong team bonds between teams within the school; again another positive feature about the school culture engendered"
- Parent
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- Year 7 Parent on Parents' Consultation Evening, October 2018
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- Parent
“Excellent facilities, improving school”
- Prospective Parent, September 2018
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- Prospective Parent
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- Prospective Parent, September 2018
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- Year 7 Parent on Parents' Consultation Evening, October 2018
"Staff are passionate and committed to developing and improving"
- Parent
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- Prospective Parent, September 2018
"Pupils look smart and are well engaged in their lessons"
- Prospective Parent
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- Prospective Parent, September 2018
"So pleased that both my children are at a school, where the performing arts (and other arts) are such a priority."
- Parent
"Fantastic student ambassadors who are a credit to the school."
- Prospective Parent
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- Prospective Parent, September 2018
"Strong leadership and motivation with an emphasis on progress"
- Parent
“Great facilities. Dedicated and enthusiastic staff”
- Prospective Parent, September 2018
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- Year 7 Parent
"Safe, Supportive, Diverse"
- Local Authority Representative
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- Year 7 Parent on Parents' Consultation Evening, October 2018
"A great learning environment; light, bright and spacious classrooms, clean and well organised."
- Prospective Parent
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- Prospective Parent, September 2018