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Meet the Governors

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Here are the members of our Governing body.  If you would like to know more about becoming a Governor, please contact the school office on 01752 660566 or if you wish to contact the Governors by email their address is:

governors@salisburyroad.plymouth.sch.uk

 

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Mr Mason

Mr Mason- Chair

I am currently Chair of the Local Advisory Board; I started as a parent Governor when my two sons were in the junior school, and was co-opted when they had finally left Lipson!  I work at Mount Gould Hospital, managing a ward for older people.

Mrs Moran - Executive Headteacher

I have been Headteacher at Woodfield Primary School since 2011. Prior to that,  I was a School Improvement Consultant for Plymouth Local Authority, supporting schools in difficulty, working with both Senior and Middle Leadership Teams across the city.

I has  been designated as an LLE, working with the PTSA School to School support team. In this role I has successfully supported colleagues in schools, which has in turn led to tangible improved outcomes for children.

I became the Executive Headteacher of Salisbury Road Primary in January 2017. 

I am committed to improving the education and life chances of pupils in Plymouth, and recognise the opportunities and richness that collaboration can bring.

 

Mrs Minty - Staff Governor

Hi, my name is Mrs Minty and I am a year six teacher at Salisbury Road Primary School. I have worked here for 5 years and I am committed and dedicated in helping to move our wonderful school forward. As a governor, I will ensure that the 'teacher voice' is heard and that any new initiatives and changes have a positive impact on the outcomes for all pupils. 

 

Mr Minty - Staff Governor

I have worked at Salisbury Road Primary for the last five years in several different roles. As a member of staff I see the amazing work that goes on to enrich the children and have seen tools that are shared with them to ensure every young person becomes an independent learner.  As a Staff Governor I want to ensure that all staff members are being heard and consulted on how the school is improving. I have seen many positive changes here. 

 

 

 

 

Ms D'Haussy

Ms D'Haussy

I have been a parent governor since December 2014. Being part of the school governing body that my daughter attends has given me an incredible insight of how Salisbury Rd Primary works. I want to support the amazing work and effort that teachers and staff are doing to provide a caring education and an exciting time at school to our children living in St Judes’ multi-cultural community.

 

Mrs Preece

Hi, I'm Mrs Preece and I am a parent governor. I joined the governing body in September 2012 so that I could be more involved with my daughter's school. I am a trained secondary English teacher and I am on the Curriculum and Standards Committee, as well as being part of the Literacy working party. I am particularly interested in reading and writing.

Mrs Ward

Mrs Ward

I joined the governing body as a parent governor in 2014. I am on the Resources Committee. I have previously worked as a primary teacher and currently work as an administrator. I hope that in my role as a Governor I will be able to support the staff team, which in turn will enable them to give their best for all the children at Salisbury Road School.

 

 

Dr Parry

I was elected as a parent governor in 2014 in November. I am a research scientist and hope to use my analytical skills to optimise resources. I also aim to develop links between the curriculum and local employers to enrich the experience of children at school.

 Ms Piper

Ms Piper

I was elected parent governor in March 2017 and currently have a daughter at Salisbury Road Primary. I am an Arts lecturer as well as a community arts practitioner. I hope to use my skills to support the school and it’s pupils in their amazing work. I am also a safeguarding governor for the school.

 

                     

 

              

 

 

 

 

 

 

                    


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