We have a friendly and professional Governing Body that compliments the friendliness and expertise of St. Mary's staff. Our ethos, as guardians of the school, is to give positive support and assistance to ensure that the very high standards already achieved by the school are maintained and improved upon.
Please find below details of how our Governing body is structured, including the names, categories, responsibilities and terms of appointment for each Governor. Governors may be contacted through the school.
|County Council Governor||Mrs Sarah Coyne (Chair)|
|Foundation Governor||Mrs Jenny Lightfoot (Vice Chair)|
|Foundation Governor||Mrs Judith Baylis|
|Foundation Governor||Mrs Debbie Ellis|
|Foundation Governor||Mrs Lisa Mullings|
|Foundation Governor||Ms Maria Gomez|
|Foundation Governor||Mr Sean O'Shaughnessy|
|Foundation Governor||Mr Peter McCallion|
|Parent Governor||Mrs Rebecca Gribben|
|Parent Governor||Mrs Victoria Rouse|
|Teacher/Staff Governor||Miss Joanne Kelly|
|Co Opted Governor (Staff)||Mrs Denise McDonnell|
|Associate Member||Mrs Helen Woodhouse|
|Associate Member||Mrs Kirsty Smith|
|Headteacher||Mr Owen Finnegan|
|Clerk to the Governors||Ms S Moran|
Our Governors formed a Committee to review fundraising iniatives in order to raise the 10% funding required for the new building in Key Stage 2. This continued for Key Stage 1 and in 2012 for the new school Kitchen.
The Committee also compiles a 'List of Contacts' that could help us:
We may be able to utilise this information for additional fundraising at a later date.
If you think you can help in any way, please contact the school office. There is a form available to fill in and return "for the attention of the Governors' Fundraising Committee".
Towards the end of the Summer Term parents are asked to complete and return a Parental Questionnaire. Feedback from the answers given are recorded and analysed, with the aim of improving our school environment, our teaching and our pupil's learning at St. Mary's Catholic Primary School, Studley.