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The Governors are a group of people drawn from the staff, parents and the community who work together for the benefit of our school.

The Governors perform most of their duties in 2 main committees (Resources and School Improvement) which meet each term. The full Governing Body also meets termly.

The aim of the Governors Preston Primary is to work with the staff in helping the children achieve their full potential in a happy and caring environment.

Working with the school we do this in four main ways:

  • Alongside the staff we continually Monitor and Evaluate performance and progress of our children;
  • Working closely with our staff we help to support them to teach and care for our children;
  • As part of the leadership and management team we help to decide on how the resources of the school can be utilised.
  • Together with the Headteacher we strategically plan to ensure the performance of our children and school continue to grow.

You can email the Governors at the following address – [email protected]

The Governing Body

Chair – Mrs Kerry Stockley
Vice Chair – Mrs Sarah Phillips

GovernorMembership CategoryCommittee
Mrs Sue RichardsonStaff GovernorResources / School Improvement
Mrs Kerry StockleyLocal Authority GovernorResources / School Improvement
Mrs Claire Allred Parent GovernorSchool Improvement
Mrs Sarah PhillipsParent GovernorSchool Improvement
Mr Andrew Robinson Co-opted GovernorResources
VacancyAssociate GovernorResources
Mrs Charlotte BenjaminCo-opted GovernorResources
Mrs Jane BlythCo-opted GovernorResources
Mr Duncan CliftStaff GovernorSchool Improvement
VacancyCo-opted GovernorSchool Improvement
Annual StatementView
Annual Statement of Governing Body 2019-2020View
Governors Pecuniary Interest Report
Preston Primary Remits
Governors Behaviour Statement

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If your child is unwell with,

Please call 119 to book a test

If you have a confirmed test result for your child please email [email protected] immediately