About the Governors

Welcome to the Governor section of the website. Here you can find out who your school governors are and what they do.  More information on the role of a governor generally is available on our Governor Vacancies Page.

Governors contribute effectively to the process of school improvement because they are well informed and ask challenging questions. (Ofsted 2018)

Our Catholic schools are rightly celebrated for their high standards and outstanding pastoral care, and Our Lady of Lourdes school exemplifies those qualities fully.  There is a real family atmosphere in the school, and we as governors are continually impressed by the caring and thoughtful attitude of the children and all members of staff. As governors we certainly feel part of that family and appreciate the way we are always welcomed into the school for monitoring visits, worship and social occasions.  We value feedback from parents and children and take on board suggestions made in questionnaires or verbally and work closely with the Parents Council and PTA.   As governors we are very aware that we are part of a team, and together with the headteacher, staff, parents and children we relish the opportunity to continue to develop and improve our school.  The Leadership team and governors work together to cultivate first class partnerships with parents and carers, as well as the local community, all of whom play such an important part in the life of our thriving school.

We also work together with the Governing Bodies of other local schools and have formalised this in a Collaboration Agreement.  The Terms of Reference can be accessed by clicking here.

If you would like to contact the governing body then please email the Clerk at [email protected].

The School Governors

Every School Governor is a volunteer who dedicates a considerable amount of time to ensuring that the Governing body is effective.

Constitution as of 1 February 2014:
14 governors – Headteacher, 1 staff governor, 2 parent governors, 1 co-opted governor, 1 LA governor, 8 foundation governors

NameTypeAppointed byFirst appointed – end of termMeeting attendance 2018-19

FGB and committees

Pier AnscombeStaffElected by Staff16.10.2005-15.10.201919 out of 19
Paul BevertonHeadteacherEx officio01.09.2014-21 out of 21
Sandra HoganFoundationDiocese01.09.2009-31.08.20218 out of 12
Adrianne Nnadi (Vice Chair)FoundationDiocese10.10.2016-09.10.20209 out of 12
Noreen BuckleyFoundationDiocese04.07.2018-03.07.20223 out of 6
Giulia de Rosa (Chair)FoundationDiocese18.01.2012-17.01.202019 out of 19
Dee SimsonLAproposed by LA, appointed by GB09.10.2017-08.10.20218 out of 13
Helen SnowParentElected by Parents07.10.2013-06.10.202110 out of 14
Peter TierneyCo-optedGoverning Body01.12.2014-30.11.201911 out of 15
Ian WatsonFoundationDiocese12.03.2018-11.03.20227 out of 8
Mel FaneFoundationDiocese10.01.2017-09.01.202113 out of 15
Kevin GoldingAssociate MemberGoverning Body19.03.2015-18.03.20215 out of 7
The following governors were also serving on the Governing Body in the last year
Clive MüddFoundationDiocese06.11.2015-26.07.201911 out of 14
Lara WilliamsParentelected by parents28.11.2016-26.07.20195 out of 13
Zouhour Robinson-ZaabarFoundationDiocese04.07.2018-26.07.20193 out of 9

Committee Membership

The Governing Body works with the following committee structure:
Quality and Standards Committee: Pier Anscombe, Paul Beverton, Noreen Buckley, Sandra Hogan (Vice Chair), Adrianne Nnadi,  Giulia de Rosa, Helen Snow (Chair) – Terms of Reference
Resources Committee: Pier Anscombe, Paul Beverton, Mel Fane (Committee Vice Chair),  Giulia de Rosa, Peter Tierney (Chair), Kevin Golding (associate member) – Terms of Reference
Health and Safety Subcommittee:  Pier Anscombe, Mel Fane, Kevin Golding
Admissions Committee: Paul Beverton, Mel Fane, Helen Snow (Vice Chair), Peter Tierney,  Ian Watson (Chair) – Terms of Reference
Strategic Planning Group: Paul Beverton, Mel Fane, Sandra Hogan, Adrianne Nnadi, Peter Tierney, Giulia de Rosa,  Helen Snow – Terms of Reference
Pay Committee:  Giulia de Rosa, Dee Simson, Helen Snow, Ian Watson (Committee Chair) – Terms of Reference

Link Governors

Child Protection: Helen Snow
Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) Governor: Sandra Hogan
Looked After Children (LAC) Governor: Sandra Hogan
Every Child Matters: All governors linked to classes

  • Reception: Peter Tierney
  • Y1: Zouhour Robinson-Zaabar
  • Y2: Lara Williams
  • Y3:  Giulia de Rosa
  • Y4:  Clive Mudd
  • Y5:  Ian Watson
  • Y6:  Helen Snow

Governor Training and Development: Adrianne Nnadi
Health and Safety: Mel Fane
Headteacher Performance Management Panel: Giulia de Rosa, Helen Snow and Peter Tierney
Equalities Link Governor:  Adrianne Nnadi
Pupil Premium Governor:  Sandra Hogan (academic) and Clive Mudd (financial)
GDPR Working Group:  Ian Watson, Adrianne Nnadi, Paul Beverton

SubjectSubject LeaderSubject Link Governor
ComputingMatthew Deacon, shadowing Karina StintonIan Watson
Reading/Writing KS1Jo PearceHelen Snow
PhonicsKaren CordellGiulia de Rosa
Reading/Writing KS2Paul BevertonGiulia de Rosa
MathsAnita PhilbrookIan Watson
REKaren CordellClive Müdd
PEKarina StintonLara Williams (Sports Premium)

Register of Interests

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary School

Register of Interests 2018-2019

NameEmploymentBusinesses/ company directorships/ charity TrusteeshipsMembership of professional bodiesDate interest was registeredDate interest ceasedNotes
Pier AnscombeClass teacher OLOL15.10.2015
Paul BevertonHeadteacher OLOL15.10.2015
Noreen BuckleyDirector of Product Management, American Express20.07.2018Has one child at school
Mel FaneTrustee of OLOL PTA20.01.2017Child at school
Mel FaneTrustee of OLOL PTA22.11.2017Husband Nick Fane – PTA chair and also carries out small carpentry works at school
Sandra HoganSemi-retired teacher15.10.2015
Sandra HoganSemi-retired teacher (1:1 teacher for virtual school, LEA)28.09.2017Has two grandchildren at the school
Clive MuddRetiredDirector of Westbrook ManagementRIBA05.11.2015 Grandchild at school
 Adrianne Nnadi Director of JE Consulting Ltd (financial services and consulting) Regular membership of APM Project Management 21.12.2016Governor at Rudyard Kipling Primary School since October 2017
Zouhour Robinson-ZaabarNo interests
Giulia de RosaNo interests
Dee SimsonCity Councillor, Mayor since May 2018Trustee of Deans Youth Project15.10.2015
Dee SimsonMarket Trader21.11.2017
Helen Snow (parent governor)Theatrix Theatre Club operating in school hall15.10.2015 Child at school
Peter TierneyRetired21.09.2017
Ian WatsonBinary Stars IT Services Ltd13.10.2016
Ian WatsonTaekwondo operating in school hall27.09.2018
Lara WilliamsMomentum 4 – Learning and Development ConsultancyMomentum 4MAC – Member of the Association of Coaching03.03.2017Child at school

Record of Review (review to be conducted by the clerk)

Signature:Ruth AliRuth AliRuth Ali