Martin Webster – Chair of Governors, Training Link, Outdoor Learning
Martin has been a governor at Welton school for three years and is now the Chair of Governors. His responsibilities include forest schools, outside learning and educational school visits. Martin recently retired as caretaker of the school and is keen to maintain his links.
Sharon Broughton - Special Educational Needs, Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare
Sharon teaches Year 6 pupils in a Hull school and is the SENCo, having worked in education for over 25 years. Since moving to Brough, Sharon wanted to become more involved with supporting the local community and felt that becoming a Governor was an area where she could use her professional skills and experience. Sharon’s role on the Governing Body is to monitor SEN, personal development, behaviour and welfare.
Rachael Fell-Chambers – Safeguarding and Prevent Strategy
Rachael has been a Governor at Welton Primary School for 6 years and she has lead responsibility for Safeguarding, Prevent and Disadvantaged pupils. Rachael has worked in the education sector for over 20 years and is currently a Senior Lecturer at Bishop Grossesteste University. Rachael is also a voluntary Director of a Care Farm and a Trustee of the Make it Shine Special Educational Needs charity.
Richard Sizer – Vice Chair of Governors, RE, SMSC
Rosemary Jennings - Early Years Foundation Stage, Humanities, Chair of the Finance and General Purposes Committee
Rosemary is delighted to be a Parent Governor for Welton Primary School. Her two children attend the school and both she and her husband have careers in Education. She works part time in an East Riding Secondary School where she teaches History, and has enjoyed time as a leader in a Primary School as well as an advisor for the Local Authority.
As a Governor, Rosemary chairs the Finance and General Purposes Committee which looks over all the financial decisions made in school alongside health and safety and site issues. She also enjoys being a link to the Governor team for the Humanities and Foundation curriculum in school. This sees her undertaking regular visits into school to meet with staff and pupils.
Rosemary feels the role is very much an opportunity to support the school, to offer opinions and to bring her own skills and experiences to act as a critical friend to challenge the school.
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