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Meet Our Governing Body

Welcome from all of the School Governing Body! To see more about us and our vision of the school, please see below...

Finance and Personnel Committee    .

 

 Tammy Johnson, Local Authority Governor and Chair of Governors

My name is Tammy-Jo Johnson and I have been a parent governor since 2015. I have four children who have either been or are currently at Locks Heath Infant School. I enjoy supporting the school and the position of Governor has facilitated me making a positive contribution to the school that has done so much for my children. I work at the Office for National Statistics specialising in the legal and policy aspects of data sharing and enjoy running and playing the bassoon in my spare time.          

 

   Martin Tidby, Parent Governor

My name is Martin Tidby and I am currently enjoying my second spell as a governor at LHIS. I originally joined the Governing Body in 2005 at the point at which my daughter entered the school. Being a Governor certainly gave me a whole new perspective on      school life and what a fabulous job all of the teachers and staff do for our children.

 

After an extended first term I eventually had a break. When invited back in 2015 as a co-opted governor the temptation was too much to refuse. Whilst being a governor is quite a responsibility, it is also very rewarding, especially at such a great School.

 

   Sandra Fox, Co-Opted Governor

As a co-opted Governor joining early 2018, I’ve actively volunteered my time to support the school, which I manage alongside working for full time for the local Statistics office and parent to one.
What drew me to the role? The opportunity to shape the community, act as an extension to the senior leadership team and my willingness to learn something new.
What qualifies me to be a co-opted governor? Truth be told you don’t need qualifications. If you can spare the time and share the passion to support the school to ensure we get the best for the children, that is all the school requires.
Having said that however.  I’ve worked for the Civil Service in various Human Resourcing roles for the last 18 years, there are many skills that I can transfer to this role to challenge and support leadership as they strive to achieve the best for the school.  It’s exciting to be part something that helps shape the future of our younger generations.

 

Communities and Facilities Committee

 

Tammy Johnson, Local Authority Governor and Chair of Governors

My name is Tammy-Jo Johnson and I have been a parent governor since 2015. I have four children who have either been or are currently at Locks Heath Infant School. I enjoy supporting the school and the position of Governor has facilitated me making a positive contribution to the school that has done so much for my children. I work at the Office for National Statistics specialising in the legal and policy aspects of data sharing and enjoy running and playing the bassoon in my spare time.

 

 Jamie McLeod, Parent Governor

I am an Armed forces Veteran, I completed 23 years service in the Royal Navy. My last position included teaching/mentoring Oxford and Cambridge Royal Navy university students. I currently work as a Relief Marine Officer (Skipper) for the Southampton Harbour Master. 
 

I currently have a child in year 1 and another child who will hopefully attend the school in the future.
As a Parent Governor my aim is to utilise my skills and experience to ensure that we achieve the best education for our children.

 

 

 Robert Westerberg, Parent Governor

My name is Robert Westerberg, my son went through LHIS, my eldest daughter is currently at the school and my youngest daughter will come here in due course. I have spent my working life in Air Traffic Control doing various jobs and am currently engaged in International Relations so travel a fair amount. Through this though I have developed an eye for detail and a willingness to challenge assertions, skills I bring to the Governing body.

 

I am passionate about our school, it is an amazing place, a really brilliant environment for our youngsters to start their educational lives and I am fully committed, as are the rest of the governors to make sure the staff and pupils are fully supported every step of the way. I look forward to seeing you around the school sometime.

 

School Improvement and Curriculum Committee

 

Clare Georgeson, Parent Governor         

I am delighted to have joined the governing body for our school.  I am mother to two children, one of whom joined the school in September 2016.  Being a governor is very rewarding and has given me a new perspective on early years and primary education.

I am enjoying working with our school and being a source of support, challenge and a critical friend to our Headteacher and staff throughout the school.  I will strive to always consider and contribute to ensure consistently high standards are achieved and that the children's best interests are at the heart of all that I do as a governor.      

 

 Tammy Johnson, Local Authority Governor and Chair of Governors

My name is Tammy-Jo Johnson and I have been a parent governor since 2015. I have four children who have either been or are currently at Locks Heath Infant School. I enjoy supporting the school and the position of Governor has facilitated me making a positive contribution to the school that has done so much for my children. I work at the Office for National Statistics specialising in the legal and policy aspects of data sharing and enjoy running and playing the bassoon in my spare time.

 

 Katrina Jones, Associate Governor

 

    Angela Millar, Associate Governor

 

 


   

 

 

 

 

 

 

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