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Meet our Governors

Welcome to our Governors' section


Please find below details of how our Governing body is structured, including the names, categories, responsibilities and terms of appointment for each Governor.


We have also provided a Register of Governor Interests and an Annual Statement of Issues for your information.

Governor Statement

 

Governors are required to disclose any relevant business and pecuniary interests at each Governing Body Meeting and at least once annually. Currently, there is no relevant business or pecuniary interests as recorded in the register of interests as of October 2016.


Governors attend meetings regularly and overall attendance is high. It is rare that a governor does not attend meetings over a prolonged period of time. Records of attendance are held in school.
 

If you would like more information about becoming a school governor, or have matters that you may wish to raise with the governing body, you can contact us through the school office by writing to;


Chair of Governors
c/o St Margaret’s CE Primary School
Heywood Road
Prestwich
M25 2 BW

Governor Profiles

 

Rev’d Deborah Sandercock-Pickles

 

I am Rev’d Deborah Sandercock-Pickles, priest in charge at the parish of St. Margaret’s and St. George’s Prestwich. I am therefore on the governing body as a foundation governor as

the parish priest of a church school.

 

I come into school on a weekly basis for the prayer and reflection group and to lead assembly once a week. St. Margaret’s School come to church (both St. George’s and St.

Margaret’s) for special occasions such as Harvest, Christmas and Easter. I am particularly involved in collective worship, RE and Christian values.

 

Prior to my role as a priest I was head teacher of a church school in Salford for eleven years and have been in education for 20+ years.

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