Our Governing Body

Schools are run by a governing body who work with the headteacher and senior management team to ensure that pupils receive a good education. Governors hold an important public office, their role is to act as a "critical friend" to the school, and to use his or her knowledge and experience to constructively challenge any aspect of work in order to achieve this.

The Governing Body of Farington Moss St. Paul's C.E. Primary School

Chair of Governors: Mr. Ian Quinn (Foundation Governor)

Vice Chair of Governors: Father Matthew McMurray(Foundation Governor)

Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)

Foundation Governors

Mrs Deborah McLean (SEN/CLA Governor)

Mrs Carolin R. Mayor (H&S Governor)

Mr. Eddie Andrews

Mr. Ian Braddock

Ms Vicky Lemon

Mr Mike Otter

Parent Governors

Mr. Brian Campbell

Mr Alan Wilson

Mr Chris Taylor

LEA Governor: Mrs Emma McGrath

Staff Governor: Miss Anna O'Kane

Clerk to Governors: LEA Governor Services Team

 

All governing bodies are made up from people either appointed or elected to different categories of governor or are governors by virtue of their position. The Headteacher of St. Paul's school and the Minister of St. Paul's church are governors whilst they hold these positions, all other Governors serve a term of office of 4 years, though they may resign at any time by informing the Chair of Governors in writing. The constitution of the governing body of St. Paul's school allows for a total of 14 governors,

The different categories of Governor and their appointing body are;

8 Foundation Governors

  • The Diocesan Board of Education for the Diocese of Blackburn appoints 6 foundation governors.

• 3 are on the nomination of the Principal Officiating Minister of St. Pauls' Church on behalf of the Diocese, these are Mr. Ian Quinn, Mrs Deborah McLean and Mr. Eddie Andrews

• 3 are on the nomination of the Parochial Church Council of St Pauls' Church, Farington Moss, these are Mrs Carolin Mayor, Mr Ian Braddock and Ms Vicky Lemon.

  • One is appointed by the trustees of the Hutton (formerly Penwortham) Grammar School Foundation, this position is currently occupied by Mr Mike Otter.
  • The Principal Officiating Minister for the Church of St. Paul's is a foundation governor, this position is currently occupied by Father Matthew McMurray.

3 Parent Governors

  • Three parent governors are elected by parents or carers of children at St. Paul's school and serve for a 4 year term of office. These positions are filled by Mr. Brian Campbell, Mr Alan Wilson and Mr Chris Taylor.

1 Local Authority Governor

  • The LEA has the right to appoint one governor, this position is currently held by Mrs Emma McGrath.

1 Staff Governor

  • Any member of staff employed at St. Paul's school is entitled to be a staff governor, the position is filled by a ballot of all school staff and is currently held by Miss Anna O'Kane.

The final position on the governing body is filled by the Head teacher, Mrs Alison Gibson.

 

All governors have additional responsibilites, mainly discharged through working in committees that deal with Finance, Curriculum, Community and Premises Management. With regard to matters of Child Protection, notwithstanding the responsibilities of the Headteacher, there is a specific legal responsibility placed on the Chair of Governors with respect to this.

Mrs D. McLean is the governor with specific responsibility for SEN (Special Educational Needs) and CLA (Children Looked After) pupils.

Whilst the first point of contact for any matter of concern should be the Headteacher or her staff, governors are available to support and advise if the need arises. Contact can be made through the school office.

Code of Conduct for the Governing Body

This code sets out the expectations on, and commitment required, from the governors in order that the governing body can properly carry out its work within the school and the community.

The governing body has the following core strategic functions:

Establishing the strategic direction by:

  • setting the vision, values, and objectives for the school
  • agreeing the school improvement strategy with priorities and targets
  • meeting statutory duties.

Ensuring accountability by:

  • appointing the headteacher
  • monitoring progress towards targets
  • performance managing the headteacher
  • engaging with stakeholders
  • contributing to school self-evaluation.

Ensuring financial probity by:

  • setting the budget
  • monitoring spending against the budget
  • ensuring value for money is obtained
  • ensuring risks to the organisation are managed.

As individuals on the governing body of Farington Moss St. Paul’s Church of England School we agree to the following:

Role & Responsibilities

  • We understand the purpose of the governing body and the role of the headteacher.
  • We accept that we have no legal authority to act individually, except when the governing body has given us delegated authority to do so, and therefore we will only speak on behalf of the governing body when we have been specifically authorised to do so.
  • We accept collective responsibility for all decisions made by the governing body or its delegated agents. This means that we will not speak against majority decisions outside the governing body meeting.
  • We have a duty to act fairly and without prejudice, and in so far as we have responsibility for staff, we will fulfil all that is expected of a good employer.
  • We will encourage open government and will act appropriately.
  • We will consider carefully how our decisions may affect the community and other schools.
  • We will always be mindful of our responsibility to maintain and develop the ethos and reputation of our school. Our actions within the school and the local community will reflect this.
  • In making or responding to criticism or complaints affecting the school we will follow the procedures established by the governing body.
  • We will actively support and challenge the headteacher.
  • We are aware of the seven Nolan Principles of Public Life listed below.

Commitment

  • We acknowledge that accepting office as a governor involves the commitment of significant amounts of time and energy.
  • We will each involve ourselves actively in the work of the governing body, and accept our fair share of responsibilities, including service on committees or working groups.
  • We will make full efforts to attend all meetings and where we cannot attend explain in advance why we are unable to.
  • We will get to know the school well and respond to opportunities to involve ourselves in school activities.
  • We will visit the school, with all visits to school arranged in advance with the staff and undertaken within the framework established by the governing body and agreed with the headteacher.
  • We will consider seriously our individual and collective needs for training and development, and will undertake relevant training.
  • We will accept that in the interests of open governance, our names, terms of office, roles on the governing body, details of other schools governed, category of governor and the body responsible for appointing us will be published on the school's website. 

Relationships

  • We will strive to work as a team in which constructive working relationships are actively promoted.
  • We will express views openly, courteously and respectfully in all our communications with other governors.
  • We will support the chair in their role of ensuring appropriate conduct both at meetings and at all times.
  • We are prepared to answer queries from other governors in relation to delegated functions and take into account any concerns expressed, and we will acknowledge the time, effort and skills that have been committed to the delegated function by those involved.
  • We will seek to develop effective working relationships with the headteacher, staff and parents, the local authority and other relevant agencies and the community.

Confidentiality

  • We will observe complete confidentiality when matters are deemed confidential or where they concern specific members of staff or pupils, both inside or outside school.
  • We will exercise the greatest prudence at all times when discussions regarding school business arise outside a governing body meeting.
  • We will not reveal the details of any governing body vote.

Conflicts of interest

  • We will record any pecuniary or other business interest that we have in connection with the governing body’s business in the Register of Business Interests, and if any such conflicted matter arises in a meeting we will offer to leave the meeting for the appropriate length of time.
  • Similarly, we will declare any personal interest, such as friend and family connections, and offer to leave the meeting for the appropriate length of time.
  • We accept that the register of interests will be published on the school's website.
  • We will act in the best interests of the school as a whole and not as a representative of any group, even if elected to the governing body.

Breach of this code of conduct

  • If we believe this code has been breached, we will raise this issue with the chair and the chair will investigate; the governing body will only use suspension/removal as a last resort after seeking to resolve any difficulties or disputes in more constructive ways.
  • Should it be the chair that we believe has breached this code, another governor, such as the vice chair will investigate.

The Seven Principles of Public Life

(Originally published by the Nolan Committee: The Committee on Standards in Public Life was established by the then Prime Minister in October 1994, under the Chairmanship of Lord Nolan, to consider standards of conduct in various areas of public life, and to make recommendations).

Selflessness - Holders of public office should act solely in terms of the public interest. They should not do so in order to gain financial or other material benefits for themselves, their family, or their friends.

Integrity - Holders of public office should not place themselves under any financial or other obligation to outside individuals or organisations that might seek to influence them in the performance of their official duties.

Objectivity - In carrying out public business, including making public appointments, awarding contracts, or recommending individuals for rewards and benefits, holders of public office should make choices on merit.

Accountability - Holders of public office are accountable for their decisions and actions to the public and must submit themselves to whatever scrutiny is appropriate to their office.

Openness - Holders of public office should be as open as possible about all the decisions and actions that they take. They should give reasons for their decisions and restrict information only when the wider public interest clearly demands.

Honesty - Holders of public office have a duty to declare any private interests relating to their public duties and to take steps to resolve any conflicts arising in a way that protects the public interest.

Leadership - Holders of public office should promote and support these principles by leadership and example.

Governor term of office record

 

Governor

Type of Governor Appointing Body Term of Office

Date of Appointment

End of term of office  
Mr Eddie Andrews Foundation Diocese Board of Education 4 years 1st September 2016 31st August 2020  
Mr Brian Campbell Parent Parents/Carers 4 Years 20th October 2015 19th October 2019  
Mrs Emma McGrath Local Authority LEA 4 Years 16th November 2017 15th November 2021  
Mrs Alison Gibson Ex-officio Headteacher N/A Ex-officio N/A  
Ms Vicky Lemon Foundation PCC 4 Years 20th March 2017 19th March 2021  
Mr Chris Taylor Parent Parents/Carers 4 Years      
Mrs Carolin Mayor Foundation PCC 4 Years 28th February 2014 27th February 2022  
Mrs Debbie McLean Foundation Diocese Board of Education 4 Years 1st December 2015 30th November 2019  
Miss Anna O'Kane Staff School Staff 4 Years      
Mr Alan Wilson Parent Parents/Carers 4 Years      
Mr Ian Quinn Foundation Diocese Board of Education 4 Years 1st October 2016 30th September 2020  

Father Matthew McMurray

Foundation Vicar of St. Pauls N/A Ex-officio N/A  

Mr Ian Braddock

Foundation PCC 4 Years 17th October 2016 16th October 2020  
Cllr Mike Otter Foundation Hutton Grammar School Foundation 4 Years 26th January 2018 25th January 2022  

Governors who have served in the previous 12 months

Governor Type of Governor Appointing Body Term of Office Date of Appointment End of term of office Date of Resignation
Mr Paul Carter Local Authority LEA 4 Years 29th May 2013 28th May 2017 4th February 2017
Mr Steve McGrath Parent Parents/Carers 4 years 15th June 2013 14th June 2017 14th June 2017
Mr Alan Pearmain Foundation Hutton Grammar School Foundation 4 Years 1st March 2015 28th February 2019 August 2017
Mrs Paula Parker Staff School Staff 4 Years 14th October 2015 13th October 2019 6th July 2017
Mr Anthony Marcella Parent Parents/Carers 4 Years 29th October 2016 28th October 2020 5th September 2017

 

 

Committees

Standards & Effectiveness Committee

The remit of this committee is to monitor the progress of the school improvement plan and incorporates the roles and functions of the curriculum, pupil welfare and admissions committees in order to avoid duplication and additional workload.

The Committee members are;

Mrs Deborah McLean (Chair)

Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)

Mrs Carolin Mayor

Fr Matthew McMurray

Mr Ian Quinn

Mr Chris Taylor

Mr Alan Wilson

This committee is clerked by Governor Services

 

Finance and Resources Committee

The remit of this committee incorporates finance, premises, health & safety and staffing.

The Committee members are:

Mr Eddie Andrews (Chair)

Mr Ian Braddock

Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)

Mrs Carolin Mayor

Mrs Emma McGrath

Miss Anna O'Kane

Mr Ian Quinn

Mr Alan Wilson

This committee is clerked by Governor Services

 

Extended Provision Committee

The remit of this committee is to monitor all aspects of operation of both pre and after school care and ensure it is of the standard expected by the Governing Body and adheres to all regulatory requirements.

The Committee members are:

Mr Brian Campbell (Chair)

Mr Eddie Andrews

Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)

Ms Vicky Lemon

Mrs Emma McGrath

Mr Ian Quinn

Mr Chris Taylor

The managers of the provision, Mrs T. Carmon and Mrs J. Braddock, also attend the meetings as a non-voting ex-officio members.

 

Appraisal and Pay Appeals Committee

This committee has two remits.

The first is to appraise the headteacher's performance and recommend to the pay committee any salary increases.

The second is to listen to any pay appeals when staff are unhappy with a pay decision.

The committee members are:

Mr Ian Quinn (Chair)

Fr Matthew McMurray

Mr Alan Wilson

When appraising the Headteacher, support and advice is provided by the school advisor who also clerks the meeting at the committees request.

 

Pay Committee

The remit of this committee is to make decisions on the pay of the headteacher, based on recommendations from the Appraisal Committee, and staff members based on recommendations from the headteacher.

The committee members are:

Mr Ian Braddock (Chair)

Mrs Caroline Mayor

Mr Eddie Andrews

 

Pupil Discipline Committee

The remit and main purpose of this committee is to deal with cases of fixed period or permanent exclusions. The remit of this committee can be extended to consider matters other than exclusion hearings in which case the headteacher would be a member of the committee.

In dealing with exclusions, the committee shall consist of 3 untainted governors who have no prior knowledge of the incident but will exclude the headteacher who presents the exclusion case(s). In matters of discipline other than exclusions the headteacher will be a member of the committee.

 

Staffing committee

The remit of this committee relates to any issues with staff attendance, discipline, dismissal or grievances. The committee will consist of 3 untainted governors who have no prior knowledge of the incident. The headteacher is not eligible to be a member of this committee as he/she will usually be presenting a case for consideration.

 

Staffing Appeals Committee

The remit of this committee relates to any issues with staff appeals in reference to attendance, discipline, dismissal or grievances. The committee will consist of greater than, or equal to, the original decision-making committee panel, excluding any governors who sat on the original panel and the headteacher. The headteacher may attend to give advice, present the case or appear as a witness.

Register of interests

Register of Interests

From 1 September 2015, governing bodies have a duty to publish on their website their register of interests. The register should set out any beneficial interests which a governor, or persons closely connected with them, have with any businesses or organisations which may have dealings with the school. It must also detail any other educational establishments they govern. The register should also set out any relationships between governors and members of the school staff including spouses, partners and relatives.

 

 

Governor

Business Interests

Governor elsewhere

Relationship to Staff

 
  Mr. Eddie Andrews None No

None

 
  Mr. Brian Campbell None No

None

 
 

Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)

None

No

None

 
 

Ms Vicky Lemon

None No None  
 

Mr Alan Wilson

       
 

Mrs Carolin Mayor

None

No

None

 
 

Mrs Deborah McLean

None

No

None

 
 

Mr Chris Taylor

 

 

 

 
 

Mr. Ian Quinn

None

No

Married to Mrs J. Quinn, Nursery Nurse & HLTA

 
 

Miss Anna O'Kane (Staff Governor)

None

No

None

 
 

Fr Matthew McMurray

None

Yes

Lostock Hall High School

Moorhey

None  
  Mr Ian Braddock None No

Married to Mrs Jo Braddock, extended provision

manager and teaching assistant

 
 

Mrs Emma McGrath

       
 

Mr Mike Otter

       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Full Governor meeting attendance record

Full Governors meeting 5th July 2018

Governors present:

    Father Matthew McMurray (Chaired meeting)

    Mr Ian Braddock

    Mrs Carolin Mayor

    Mrs Debbie McLean

    Miss Anna O'Kane

    Cllr Mike Otter

    Mr Chris Taylor

    Mr Alan Wilson

    Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)

Also present:

    Miss Rebecca Walsh (Clerk to governors)

    Mr James Eccleston (DHT - Observer)

Apologies received and accepted from:

    Mr Eddie Andrews

    Mr Ian Quinn

    Mrs Emma McGrath   

    Mr Brian Campbell

    Ms Vicky Lemon

Full Governors meeting 15th March 2018

Governors present:

    Mr Ian Quinn (Chair)

    Mr Ian Braddock

    Ms Vicky Lemon

    Mrs Emma McGrath

    Cllr Mike Otter   

    Miss Anna O'Kane

    Mr Chris Taylor

    Mr Alan Wilson

Also present:

    Miss Rebecca Walsh (Clerk to governors)

    Mrs Carolin Mayor (Observer)

Apologies received and accepted from:

   Mr Eddie Andrews

   Mr James Eccleston

   Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)

   Mr Brian Campbell

   Mrs Debbie McLean

   Father Matthew McMurray

Full Governors meeting 16th November 2017

Governors present:

    Mr Ian Quinn (Chair)

    Mr Eddie Andrews

    Mr Ian Braddock

    Mrs Carolin Mayor

    Mrs Emma McGrath

    Mrs Debbie McLean

    Father Matthew McMurray

    Miss Anna O'Kane

    Mr Chris Taylor

    Mr Alan Wilson

    Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)

Also present:

   Miss Rebecca Walsh (Clerk to governors)

   Mr James Eccleston

Apologies received and accepted from:

   Ms Vicky Lemon

   Mr Brian Campbell

 

Full Governors meeting 6th July 2017

 

Governors present:

    Mr Ian Quinn (Chair)

    Mr Eddie Andrews

    Mr Ian Braddock

    Mr Brian Campbell

    Mrs Carolin Mayor

    Mrs Debbie McLean

    Father Matthew McMurray

    Mrs Paula Parker

    Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)

Also present:

   Miss Rebecca Walsh (Clerk to governors)

   Mr James Eccleston, Deputy HT (observer)

Apologies received and accepted from:

   Ms Vicky Lemon

   Mr Anthony Marcella

Not present due to suspension

    Mr Alan Pearmain

Full Governors meeting 23rd March 2017

Governors present:

    Mr Ian Quinn (Chair)

    Mr Eddie Andrews

    Mr Ian Braddock

    Ms Vicky Lemon

    Mr Anthony Marcella

    Mrs Carolin Mayor

    Mr Steve McGrath

    Mrs Debbie McLean

    Father Matthew McMurray

    Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)

Also present:

   Miss Rebecca Walsh (Clerk to governors)

Apologies received and accepted from:

   Mr Brian Campbell

   Mr Paul Carter

   Mrs Paula Parker

Not present due to suspension

    Mr Alan Pearmain

Committee meeting attendance record

Finance and Resources committee meeting Wednesday 9th May 2018

Present:

  • Mr Eddie Andrews (Chair)
  • Mrs Carolin Mayor
  • Mrs Emma McGrath
  • Mr Ian Quinn
  • Miss Anna O'Kane
  • Cllr Mike Otter
  • Mr Chris Taylor
  • Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)

Also present:

  • Miss Rebecca Walsh (Clerk)
  • Mr James Eccleston (Deputy HT) as observer

Apologies for absence were received and accepted from:

  • Mr Ian Braddock
  • Mr Alan Wilson

Finance and Resources committee meeting Wednesday 7th February 2018

Present:

  • Mr Ian Quinn (Chair of meeting in absence of Mr Eddie Andrews)
  • Mr Ian Braddock
  • Mrs Carolin Mayor
  • Mrs Emma McGrath
  • Miss Anna O'Kane
  • Mr Alan Wilson
  • Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)

Also present:

  • Miss Rebecca Walsh (Clerk)
  • Mr James Eccleston (Deputy HT) as observer

Apologies for absence were received and accepted from Mr Eddie Andrews

Finance and Resources committee meeting Wednesday 18th October 2017

Present:

  • Mr Eddie Andrews (Chair)
  • Mr Ian Quinn
  • Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)

Also present:

  • Miss Rebecca Walsh (Clerk)
  • Mr James Eccleston (Deputy HT) as observer

Apologies for absence were received and accepted from Mr Ian Braddock

Finance and Resources committee meeting Wednesday 26th April 2017

Present:

  • Mr Ian Quinn (Chair)
  • Mr Anthony Marcella
  • Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)
  • Mrs Paula Parker
  • Mr Eddie Andrews
  • Mr Ian Braddock

Also present:

  • Miss Rebecca Walsh (Clerk)
  • Mr James Eccleston (Deputy HT) as observer

There were no apologies for absence

Finance and Resources committee meeting Thursday 2nd February 2017

Present:

  • Mr Alan Pearmain (Chair)
  • Mr Paul Carter
  • Mr Anthony Marcella
  • Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)
  • Mrs Paula Parker
  • Mr Eddie Andrews
  • Mr Ian Quinn
  • Mr Ian Braddock

Also present:

  • Miss Rebecca Walsh (Clerk)

There were no apologies for absence


Standards & Effectiveness committee meeting Wednesday 13th June 2018

Present:

  • Mr Ian Quinn (Chaired the meeting in the abscence of Mrs Deborah McLean)
  • Mrs Carolin Mayor
  • Father Matthew McMurray
  • Mr Chris Taylor
  • Cllr Mike Otter
  • Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher

Also present:

  • Miss Rebecca Worthington (Clerk)
  • Mr James Eccleston (Deputy HT) (observer)

Apologies were received and accepted from:

  • Ms Vicky Lemon
  • Mrs Deborah McLean
  • Mr Alan Wilson

Standards & Effectiveness committee meeting Wednesday 17th January 2018

Present:

  • Mrs Deborah McLean (Chair)
  • Mrs Carolin Mayor
  • Father Matthew McMurray
  • Mr Ian Quinn
  • Mr Chris Taylor
  • Mr Alan Wilson
  • Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher

Also present:

  • Miss Rebecca Walsh (Clerk)
  • Mr James Eccleston (Deputy HT) (observer)

There were no apologies for absence.

Standards & Effectiveness committee meeting Wednesday 27th September 2017

Present:

  • Mrs Deborah McLean (Chair)
  • Ms Vicky Lemon
  • Mrs Carolin Mayor
  • Father Matthew McMurray
  • Mr Ian Quinn
  • Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher

Also present:

  • Miss Rebecca Walsh (Clerk)

Apologies were received and accepted from Mr James Eccleston (Deputy HT) (observer)

Standards & Effectiveness committee meeting Thursday 11th May 2017

Present:

  • Mrs Deborah McLean (Chair)
  • Mr Ian Quinn
  • Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)
  • Mrs Paula Parker
  • Father Matthew McMurray

Also present:

  • Miss Rebecca Walsh (Clerk)
  • Mr James Eccleston (Deputy HT) as observer

Apologies were received and accepted from Mr Steve McGrath and Mrs Carolin Mayor

Standards & Effectiveness committee meeting Wednesday 18th January 2017

Present:

  • Mrs Deborah McLean (Chair)
  • Mr Ian Quinn
  • Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)
  • Mrs Paula Parker
  • Mrs Carolin Mayor
  • Father Matthew McMurray

Also present:

  • Miss Rebecca Walsh (Clerk)
  • Mr James Eccleston (Deputy HT) as observer

Apologies were received and accepted from Mr Steve McGrath

Extended Provision committee meeting Thursday 29th June 2017

 

Present:

  • Mr Brian Campbell (Chair/Clerk)
  • Mr Ian Quinn
  • Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)

Also present:

  • Mrs J. Braddock (Joint Extended Provision Manager)

Apologies were received and accepted from Mrs T. Carmon

Extended Provision committee meeting Thursday 27th April 2017

Present:

  • Mr Brian Campbell (Chair/Clerk)
  • Mr Ian Quinn
  • Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)

Also present:

  • Mrs J. Braddock & Mrs T. Carmon (Joint Extended Provision Managers)

Apologies were received and accepted from Mr Steve McGrath

Extended Provision committee meeting Tuesday 8th November 2016

Present:

  • Mr Brian Campbell (Chair)
  • Mr Steve McGrath (Clerk)
  • Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)

Also present:

  • Mrs J. Braddock & Mrs T. Carmon (Joint Extended Provision Managers)

Apologies were received and accepted from Mr Ian Quinn

Extended Provision committee meeting Monday 27th June 2016

Present:

  • Mr Brian Campbell (Chair)
  • Mr Ian Quinn (Acting clerk)
  • Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)

Also present:

  • Mrs J. Braddock & Mrs T. Carmon (Joint Extended Provision Managers)

Apologies were received and accepted from Mr Steve McGrath

Extended Provision committee meeting Wednesday 27th January 2016

Present:

  • Mr Brian Campbell (Chair)
  • Mr Steve McGrath (Clerk)
  • Mr Ian Quinn
  • Mrs Alison Gibson (Headteacher)

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25 November 2016

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