Newport Primary School has a very supportive and pro-active Governing Body. The group consists of Local Authority members, community members, staff members and parents/carers.
The Governing Body have many important duties and responsibilities that link closely to the continuous provision at Newport Primary School.
|Miss Siobhan Gazeley - Chair of Governors (Joint)|
|My name is Siobhan Gazeley and I recently joined Newport Primary School as a co-opted community governor. I became interested in education and schools through a previous role at work and decided to become a governor to get involved in a school in my local community. I’m really pleased I’ve been able to join Newport Primary and have the opportunity to support such an exciting and dedicated school. I’m looking forward to working with the staff and governing body to ensure every pupil at Newport Primary receives the best possible education and is supported to achieve their potential.|
|Cllr Alma Hellaoui - Chair of Governors (Joint)|
Hello everyone, I would like to introduce myself, Alma Hellaoui, and give you some information about myself so that you feel you know me a little and feel able to ask me any questions or express any ideas that you may have. I was born and brought up in Middlesbrough and lived here for most of my life though, ever since leaving for university (London), I have travelled extensively in Britain, Europe and around the world. All my life I have worked for justice and peace in society and I am dedicated to supporting communities and individuals in their quest for fair treatment.
|Mrs Melanie Daley - Newport Staff Governor|
|My name is Melanie Daley and I am a Staff Governor at Newport Primary School. I have been a Governor here for 10 years. I was interested in becoming a Governor at Newport Primary School because I am very proud of our children and I wanted to be part of our School development. Standards are paramount and we must endeavour to achieve the best for our children.|
|Miss Patricia Maxwell - Head Teacher Governor|
|As Head Teacher of Newport Primary School, I am delighted to have such a strong, enthusiastic and challenging team of Governors to support me in the continued development and improvement of provision of education for all of our pupils|
|Mrs Ann-Marie Coulton - Co-Opted Community Governor|
|Mrs Margaret Walters - Co-Opted Community Governor|
|Mrs Claire Risker - Co-Opted Community Governor|
|Mrs Julie Thomas - Co-opted Governor|
|My name is Julie Thomas and I am a recently retired Head and I still wish to be involved in Education whilst my experience is still relevant. Newport Primary is very dear to me and I was employed here as a Deputy Head Teacher for 5 years until 2010. I am passionate about education and believe that all children deserve a good education irrespective of their background and start in life.|
|Mrs Abida Nayyer - Parent Governor|
|I Abida Nayyar was elected as parent governor in 2014. I believe that parental role in school and children’s learning is very important so I used my ideas, educational background and multilingual communication skill for community wellbeing. I am very happy to be involved myself with school activities and children’s support events. I always try to give my full commitment to school when it’s required. I will continue to support and challenge the leadership team to help to achieve the best possible schooling experience for our children and for Newport to continue to be one of the best schools in the country.|
|Mrs Jacqueline Smith - Foundation Governor|
|Mr Jonathan Woodhouse - Co-opted Governor|
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