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Drighlington Primary School

Nurturing, supporting, believing, achieving!

Moorland Road, Bradford
West Yorkshire, BD11 1JY

0113 2853000

info@drighlingtonprimary.org.uk

Headteacher: Mrs Sue Jackson

  1. About Our School
  2. Meet the Staff and Governors

Scroll down this section to find:

Contact Us, Our Staff Team, Our Governing Body, Meet the Governors, Governor Annual Statements, Governor Attendance at Meetings, Governing Body Action Plan, Teacher Training Opportunities

Contact Us

Moorland Road, Bradford, West Yorkshire,  BD11 1JY

01132853000

info@drighlingtonprimary.org.uk

Our Admin Team will always try to support you and the telephone system is managed from 8.00am to 4.30pm. You may leave a message on our school answer phone if we are not available. Our Admin Team will ensure your queries or concern is passed onto the right member of staff.

Our Admin Team staff are:

Pat McKenzie (Business Manager)

Debbie Sharp

Anne Reynolds

Linda Newsome

Louise Birkenshaw

Lisa Palfreyman

Our Staff Team

Staff list updated January 2020

Our Governing Body

The 3 core strategic functions of the Governing Body of Drighlington Primary School are:

  • To ensure clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction.
  • To hold the Head Teacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils;
  • To oversee the financial performance of the school and making sure its money is well spent.

Governance Structure

The constitution of the Governing Body of Drighlington Primary School is made up as follows:

  • 1 Head Teacher
  • 2 Parent Governors appointed by ballot of the parents at the school
  • 1 Local Authority Governor appointed by the Local Authority
  • 1 Staff Governor appointed by ballot of the staff
  • 8 Co-opted Governors who are appointed by the Governing Body and are people who, in the opinion of the Governing Body, have the skills required to contribute to the effective governance and success of the school.

The school does not publish personal contact details for Governors. To contact a Governor, please send a letter to the school, marked "for the attention of... “or email info@drighlingtonprimary.org.uk and it will be passed onto the named Governor.

How to become a Governor:

If you are interested in becoming a Governor, please contact the Head Teacher or Chair of Governors to discuss any special skills that you may be able to provide to support and strengthen the Governing Body. You may do this in writing, email info@drighlingtonprimary.org.uk or by telephone using the contact details provided at the top left hand section of each page on the website. We look forward to hearing from you!  

Name

Appointed by

Date of appointment

Posts held

Relevant business and pecuniary interests

Charlotte Bowers

Co-opted by GB

5/12/2018

Child Protection

Children Looked After

None

John Feaster

Elected by Parents

12/11/2015

Financial Data

Sports Premium

UKS2 Link

None

 

Natalie Felton

Chair of GB

 

Appointed by LA

08/11/2017

Complaints

Leadership Link

LKS2 Link

None

Jayne Ford

Co-opted by GB

5/12/2018

Early Years

EYFS Link

EY Advisor Leeds

Nicola Warren

 

Elected by Parents 27/3/19 SEND None

Steve Housden

Co-opted by GB

17/10/2017

Pupil Premium

Health & Safety

KS1 Link

Training

None

Sue Jackson

Head Teacher

1/4/2004

Head Teacher

Induction

Head Teacher

John Kehoe

Elected by school staff

8/2/2018

Attendance

Equalities and Anti Bullying

Site Manager

Governors who have resigned in the last 12 months

Name

Appointed by

Date of appointment

Date stepped down

Anneliese Hillyer-Thake

Co-opted by GB  Associate member 5/12/2018 Autumn Term 2019

Sue Roberts

Vice Chair

Co-opted by GB  Associate Member

 

18/6/2015

31/08/2019

Meet the Governors

Natalie Felton (Chair of Governors) 

Direct email: n.felton@drighlingtonprimary.org.uk

I have been a Governor at Drighlington Primary School for 5 Years and was elected Chair of the Governing Body in September 2017, a position that I’m very proud to hold. I sit on both of our committees, Resources and Teaching & Learning and I’m the responsible governor for Anti-bullying and Equalities. I truly believe that all children deserve the best possible education and that I have the skills to contribute to helping our school achieve the best results for them. In my spare time I like to spend time with my family. I am very passionate about books and love to read. 

Sue Jackson (Head Teacher)

I have two sons and three grandchildren. The spare time I have is dedicated to my family, to music, gardening and reading. My previous teaching experiences have included teaching age ranges from three to sixty three year olds, having worked in primary, secondary, special, youth opportunity and further education settings. My appointment as head teacher of Drighlington Primary School commenced September 2004. This is my third headship, meaning that I have been able to draw upon many years of experience when leading Drighlington Primary School. I am always aware of the vision for the school and am determined to promote respect, resilience and self-belief so that children can thrive and reach their full potential. I am passionate about this school .

Steve Housden

In July of 2017 the opportunity arose to apply to join the school’s board of governors and because I had now moved to part-time employment I felt that I had the time, to fully commit to the requirements of this important role. In addition I felt I had a number of work related skills that could support the school moving forward. I am currently a Non-Executive Director for a regeneration company and part-time consultant to them on business strategy and development. Prior to this I spent 10 years with the Construction Industry Training Board as Sector Manager for the North of England working on developing partnerships with LEP’s, Local Authorities and industry. Prior to this I worked in careers guidance field for nearly 30 years developing and implementing information, advice and guidance strategies that supported the delivery of the key activities supporting young people and adults into employment. I have lived in Drighlington for nearly 30 years and both my children attended school in Drighlington. I am keen to see that the school continues to be a positive, enjoyable and successful experience for all pupils.

John Feaster

I am a solicitor and chartered tax advisor and have been based in the Morley/Drighlington area for over 10 years. My daughter is in key stage 1 at the school and my son started in nursery in September 2017. I am a strong advocate of broadly based early years education to inspire children in different disciplines (e.g. sport, music, drama, arts) and the particular challenge of engaging boys to enjoy learning at primary school age.  I strongly believe that the opportunity to socialise, learn new skills and build confidence though education in its wider sense is something which should be available to all children.  In my spare time I enjoy watching sport (football, cricket and darts), cooking and travel.

Sgt John Kehoe (Retired)

I joined the Governors in February 2018. I have gained lots of skills and previous experience that naturally led me to take up the challenge of being a school governor when the opportunity arose. I am currently the school site manager with responsibility for the safety of the children, staff and visitors along with the site security and upkeep. I am an armed forces veteran having served 21 years including 3½ years as a UN peacekeeper in the Middle East. I was a military training officer, training recruits in every aspect of army life, and a transport manager, with responsibility for budgets, staff and vehicles. I am, also, a trained negotiator with great familiarity of evacuation/lockdown through my forces and UN training. Additionally, I have 6 years’ experience of implementing ‘evacuation/lockdown’ at a primary school level in London. I am qualified to, and have worked within education, teaching Employability skills and working as an NVQ trainer and assessor in the post 16 sector. Furthermore, I have set up and run a Mentoring scheme for vulnerable young people prior to my move to Drighlington. I am looking forward to learning fresh skills and meeting new people as we (the governors) work as a team to support the headteacher as she endeavors to move the school ever forward.

Charlotte Bowers 

I am a HR Manager at a local high school and have worked in the education for over 13 years within various HR roles focusing on Human Resource Management and Safeguarding within education.                      Having recently moved to the Morley area, I wanted to use my experience and knowledge gained to make a valuable contribution to the education of young people and to the local community.                                        In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with family and friends. I also volunteer with a Brownie Guide Unit assisting with activities, events and overnight camps that give young people the chance to discover their potential and learn about the world around them.  

Jayne Ford

I joined the governors at Drighlington Primary School in November 2018 after being a governor for 10 years at another Leeds primary school. I am the Early Years Governor.                                                                  I am married and have 3 daughters and spending time with family is very important to me. I am a keen football fan and also enjoy eating out, reading and travelling.                                                                                   I have worked in education for over 30 years as a primary school teacher and children’s centre teacher with children from birth to 11 years. More recently I have worked as an Early Years consultant and trainer supporting schools and settings with quality improvement.                                                                                      I am passionate about making a real difference to children’s lives and supporting them to reach their full potential.

Nicola Warren

With two children at the very beginning of their education at school, and another little one to be joining them in a few years, I wanted to be more involved with school life and put my decade of experience of working within junior schools to good use. I grew up in Birstall and moved up the road to Drighlington when I was pregnant with our second child.
Having left working within education in May 2018, I’m now the managing director of two wedding venues; organisation, event planning, budgeting and management are my core skills. I believe that early education should be about capturing the magic and instilling a life long love of learning & achieving.
I’m looking forward to getting to know the role and hopefully making a positive impact for all the children at Drighlington Primary.
Bradley Allan
I am currently working as a Freelance Education Consultant, mainly in the areas of education quality assurance, teaching and learning and financial education. I have considerable experience in the education sector as a secondary school Business teacher, Specialist Leader of Education for new entrants to the profession and Senior Leader. I live locally on the outskirts of Bradford and have split-city loyalties as a Leeds United and Bradford Bulls fan. I am very happy to be joining the governing body and hope to use my experience to contribute to the future success of the school.
Governor Annual Statements

Annual Governance Statement for the Governing Body 2019 -2020

During 2019 – 2020 the Governing Body will:

  • continue to work with all stakeholders and strive to develop and work towards the long-term strategy of the school
  • continue to act as a critical friend to the SLT, challenging and holding them to account whilst providing the required strategic support.
  • continue to self- evaluate our skills and knowledge and to take advice from all stakeholders to ensure that governance remains a strength.                               

In 2019 – 2020 we will return to the structure of having full Governing Body meetings, T&L and also Resources committee meetings. We feel that this will allow us to tackle more focussed issues in the committee meetings whilst remaining focussed on school improvement and pupil outcomes in the full Governing Body meetings.

The Governing Body is wholeheartedly committed in its support to the school in building on the tremendous success of the recent Ofsted in achieving “Good” status for the school. We are extremely passionate about providing support to the school so that they can ensure every pupil attending Drighlington Primary School achieves the best start in education; achieves their full potential, and is given the skills and encouragement to pursue learning opportunities

A Governor Development Day took place on 9 October 2019. Our focus was on curriculum and spending time with pupils from all year groups. We also participated in child protection training during this day. Governors reported that school was calm, children were well behaved and said they were happy and safe. They found all children to be confident and outgoing, including those in early years.

Children were able to explain their learning and knew how to complete their tasks. They were focused and engaged, doing as they should in all lessons. Governors praised the uniformity in lessons and said they could see progression in learning. They could see that school improvement initiatives such as Talk for Writing and Power Maths, were in use across school. Children were supported when they needed extra help and had a good range of resources available to them.

Governors spoke to groups of children (School Council, Anti-bullying and Eco Group). They found the children to be eloquent when they talked about their roles in school. Children said they had a voice and they made a difference. The talked about reducing waste, saving the planet, supporting children when they fall out with each other and making decisions about school.

Annual Governance Statement for the Governing Body 2018- 2019:

In accordance with the Government’s requirement for all governing bodies, the 3 core strategic functions of the Governing Body of Drighlington Primary School are:

To ensure clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction.

  • To hold the Head Teacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils;
  • To oversee the financial performance of the school and making sure its money is well spent.

Governance Structure

The constitution of the Governing Body of Drighlington Primary School is made up as follows:

  • 1 Head Teacher
  • 2 Parent Governors appointed by ballot of the parents at the school
  • 1 Local Authority Governor appointed by the Local Authority
  • 1 Staff Governor appointed by ballot of the staff
  • 8 Co-opted Governors appointed by the Governing Body

Co-opted Governors are appointed by the Governing Body and are people who, in the opinion of the Governing Body, have the skills required to contribute to the effective governance and success of the school.

In 2018-2019 we welcomed 5 new Governors on to our Governing Body, 3 co-opted members,  1 parent Governor and 1 associate member appointed due to her specific skills in relation to child protection and safeguarding. The appointment of new governors has brought us new energy and skills and further strengthened our team. 3 Governors resigned from their posts in 2018- 2019, including Sue Roberts, a long standing and much valued member of our team. We thank her for her time and commitment over the years.

In 2018 – 2019 we restructured our Governing Body meetings. Teaching and Learning (T&L)  Committee items were incorporated into our full Governing Body meetings. This meant that we did not hold separate T&L meetings but continued to have a Resources committee to focus on finance and premises and a committee focused on Headteacher’s performance management. The new structure demonstrated our collective commitment to helping the school make the progress needed and enabled the whole Governing Body to take a broader and more informed view of the school.

During 2018-2019 the Full Governing Body met 4 times; Resources met 3 times. Minutes of meetings are available on request. The Governing Body is determined to ensure that statutory requirements are met and minutes are taken by a Local Authority Clerk.

At the start of the year we also engaged in Joint Review Group (JRG) meetings. This sub- committee consisted of 4 members of the Governing Body, including the Head Teacher, a School Improvement Advisor from Leeds City Council and a National Leader of Governance. We met once in October 2018. The main focus of the JRG was to help us make rapid improvements following our 2017 Ofsted inspection and to develop Governors knowledge and understanding of school data and assessment.

Following self evaluation and consultation with Governor Support at Leeds City Council, this committee was disbanded and the items covered by this committee became business as usual for the full Governing Body.

The Governing Body and the committees all have clear terms of reference and all Governors are required to abide by a Code of Conduct.

In June 2019 the school had an Ofsted inspection, we are very proud to be a ‘GOOD’ school. The Governing Body met with the lead inspector on the second day of the inspection.  The vast improvements made to school governance since the 2017 inspection were recognised.The Ofsted reports states that

The governance of the school is strong. Governors hold school leaders rigorously to account and check carefully that all the information they receive is accurate.’

Governors visited school during the year to monitor key priority areas identified in the School Improvement Plan. Governor monitoring visits allow governors the opportunity to observe and communicate with staff and pupils and ensure that actions agreed in the School Improvement Plan are being actively undertaken by the school. Governors met with Phase Leaders to discuss pupil progress and actively monitor the impact of new initiatives on pupil outcomes. Key governors have responsibilities for monitoring and overseeing key roles, such as SEND, Pupil Premium and Child Protection, they meet with school staff responsible for these areas and report back to the full Governing Body. A list of key roles and responsibilities can be found on our website.

During 2018-2019 Governors also supported school events, such as Sports Day, Christmas performances, our weekly Superhero assembly, PTA events and Parents evenings.

Governor Focus in Academic Year 2018 – 2019

Continuous improvement and progress towards achieving our Ofsted priorities was the main focus for the Governing Body in 2018 – 2019. We worked closely with SLT and external stakeholders to ensure that we were well prepared for the June 2019 Ofsted inspection and that we had systems in place to accurately review outcomes for children.

During this year we have undertaken relevant training and up skilling to ensure that we are informed and able to provide relevant challenge to school leaders. This area will remain a priority for 2019 -2020.

The Governing Body is focussed on continuous school improvement and utilisation of school budget to ensure that all children are given the best possible opportunity to meet their full potential. We constantly review the maintenance and development of the school premises, and make decisions about how the school should use its budget. We will continue to focus on “vulnerable groups” of children and how the Pupil Premium Grant is being spent by the school to promote and improve learning outcomes. The Governing Body monitor staff performance and assess the staffing needs of the school. They also ensure that legally required polices are in place to support staff management.

Self evaluation of the Governing Body has played a big part in 2018 -2019. We have concentrated on building our skills and knowledge of the school as well as identifying the areas for further development. This approach has enabled us to recruit the best people to fill our vacancies based on skills and experience. We also recognised that our meeting structure needed further enhancement, resulting in the T&L committee being reinstated in 2019– 2020. We engaged with Governor Support Services at Leeds City Council to ensure that this was the best approach for our team.

Governor Attendance at Meetings

Attendance at Full Governing Body Meetings

 

17/10/17

8/11/17

8/2/18

10/5/18

7/6/18

18/7/18

AGM

3/10/18

5/12/18

6/2/19

27/3/19

22/5/19

10/7/19

Charlotte Bowers

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

 

Y

 Y

 

 

John Feaster

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

 Y

 

 

Natalie Felton

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

 Y

 

 

Jayne Ford

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

Y

 

 Y

 

 

Steve Housden

Y

 

Y

 

Y

Y

Y

Y

 Y

 

 

Sue Jackson

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

 Y

 

 

John Kehoe

na

na

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

 Y

 

 

Nicola Warren

 na

na 

na

 na

 na

 na

 na

 na

 na

 Y

 

 

Click below to access full Governing Body Meeting Minutes 2019-2020

10.09.19

01.10.19

06.11.19

 Governing Body Action Plan

 

Key Area 1:  Do we have the right skills on the governing body?

 

Priority

What outcome do we want?

What will we do to achieve this outcome?

Who will do it/

Ensure it happens

How will the GB check on progress?

Deadline

What resources

 and training

 are needed?

1.1

Membership and gaps identified from skills audit completed May 2018

All essential skills to be covered by governors in post

During current recruitment prioritise candidates with knowledge of Early Years, HR and School Systems

 

Utilise local contacts , register with Inspiring Governance and SGOSS

Chair and governing body

To be reported under membership agenda item.

July 2019

 

None

1.2

Induction

New governors are given information about the school and the GB on appointment so that they can effectively carry out their role as soon as possible

1.New governors given school induction pack

2. All new Governors to complete LA and School based Induction training

3.Allocate a governor mentor as part of the induction process

 

Sue Roberts

(Training Governor)

Progress to be reported in the minutes of FGB meetings

ongoing

 

1.3

Continued Professional Development

Regular and sustainable actions demonstrating the commitment of governors to their own development

Develop an annual CPD and training plan to address gaps in knowledge, based on:

·       future agenda items and school priorities

·       use the skills audit to inform 1-1 interviews with all governors

Chair/Training governor

Report under governor development item

ongoing

Training

In house

Knowledge

Sharing

 

1-1

questions from GSS

  

 

Key Area 2:  Are we as effective as we could be?

 

Priority

What outcome do we want?

What will we do to achieve this outcome?

Who will do it/

Ensure it happens

How will the GB check on progress?

Deadline

What

Resources

And

Training

Needed?

2.1

Content and consistency of all minutes

Minutes of governing body and JRG to be a concise and accurate reflection of discussions and provide evidence of:

·         GB working at a strategic level

·         Challenging the executive leadership through effective questioning and follow up actions

Professional clerk in place for meetings

 

 

Opportunity to shadow other governing bodies/committees through Discovery Partnership

All members/clerk

Evidence in minutes and governor visit forms linked to the Ofsted and school priorities

Review

Feb 2019

July 2019

GSS

support

(included

in

SLA)

2.2

Sharing knowledge

Share learning from training undertaken with all governors. 

 

Share knowledge and information arising out of school visits

Written feedback reports to be circulated to all governors (short template available from GSS)

Governor visit forms to be circulated to all governors following visits into school

All

To be reported under governor development item and governors with monitoring roles

ongoing

None

 

 

Key Area 3:  Are we fulfilling our statutory responsibilities?

 

Priority

What outcome do we want?

What will we do to achieve this outcome?

Who will do it/

Ensure it happens

How will the GB check on progress?

Deadline

What

resources

and

Training

Needed

3.1

Specific monitoring duties

Oversight of key areas of strategic importance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Allocate all governors with specific monitoring duties such as SEND, Early Years, Pupil Premium and Phase Leaders and create a plan for visits 

 

Re-allocate duties when vacancies filled so all governors are contributing and SEND is a joint monitoring responsibility

 

 

Full governing body

Up dated membership list and list of governors with specific monitoring responsibilities

 

Minutes of meetings clearly evidences actions of governors with specific monitoring responsibilities and impact

July 2019

Specific

monitoring

responsibility

guidance from

GSS

3.2

Reports from governor visits focusing on Ofsted priorities

Greater involvement from governors in monitoring Ofsted priorities

 

Governor visit forms to be circulated to all governors following visits into school

Chair

To  be reflected in minutes of meetings

 

Governor folder in place for visit forms

July 2019

Governor visit form

3.3

Policies

Forward planning and a concise document detailing each policy, when it was last reviewed and the next scheduled review date.

Review agendas for the year ahead and consider non statutory policies to be added to agendas

Chair/John Feaster/ HT

Policy planner to be updated and referenced when policies are reviewed in future meetings.

Updated documents available by end of summer term 2019

GSS model

Policy

Planner

 

  

 

Key Area 4:  Do we have a clear vision for the school?

 

Priority

What outcome do we want?

What will we do to achieve this outcome?

Who will do it/

Ensure it happens

How will the GB check on progress?

Deadline

What

 resources

 and training

 are needed?

4.1

School development plan

An updated plan supported by governor involvement which reflects Ofsted priorities

Agree how the plan will be shaped and presented to governors

SIA/Chair and HT

 

By end June  2019

None

 

 

A school development plan with clear milestones, success criteria and a schedule detailing how school improvement priorities will be monitored and by which governor(s) during the year

·         Arrange visits to monitor significant aspects, including how policies and procedures are implemented

·         Feedback to FGB

JRG Committee and FGB Chairs with support from HT

 

To be reported to FGB

 

 

 

 

As above

Availability

of

school staff

during visits

4.2

SEF (Self Evaluation Form)

Governors involvement to ensure SEF accurately reflects the context of the school

 

All governors to have a sound understanding of the content of the SEF

HT/Chair

To be an agenda item

By July 2019

 

  

 

Key Area 5:  Are we having an impact on outcomes for pupils?

 

Priority

What outcome do we want?

What will we do to achieve this outcome?

Who will do it/

Ensure it happens

How will the GB check on progress?

Deadline

What

resources

and training

 needed?

5.1

Data

Governors  to have a good understanding of

 

·  progress of pupils

·  how this is tracked in school

·  links to actions in the school development plan 

Training to be arranged for governors

 

Data governor to attend specific training

 

Governor visits

Joint Review Group

 

Data Governor

 

FGB

To be reported under governor development item.

 

Training record

 

Governor visit forms

By end of March 2019

None

5.2

School assessment system and procedures

All governors  to have a good knowledge of school assessment procedures and how this is moderated

Presentations at meetings

 

Governor visits

 

Chair/Training governor

To be evidenced in committee minutes

By end of summer term 2019

Availability of

staff lead in

 school

5.3

Pupil premium

Governors to have a good understanding of the spend and impact of government grant funding

·         Update report on website

·         Use agenda items in meetings to ask questions and challenge information provided to ensure impact

·         Utilise best practice from other schools

HT

 

FGB

 

Pupil Premium Governor

Discussion and challenge to be evidenced in governing body minutes

Review

Feb 2019

July 2019

None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5.4

Early Years Provision

Improve the quality of provision in early years

Early Years governor attends training

 

JRG focus

Provision is closely monitored, evaluated for improvement and impact

JRG/Early Years Governor

Reported back through JRG

 

Feb 2019

SIA

  

 

Key Area 6:  Do we hold school leaders to account?

 

Priority

What outcome do we want?

What will we do to achieve this outcome?

Who will do it/

Ensure it happens

How will the GB check on progress?

Deadline

What resources

and training

needed?

6.1

Quality of teaching

Governors to know the profile of teaching across school and be confident  that:

 

·         Robust support systems are in place to develop teachers

Governors to receive overview of Quality of teaching report from HT and provide challenge

 

SIA/HT

FGB

To be reported in the minutes of meetings

Review

Feb 2019

July 2019

None

  

 

Key Area 7:  Does the Governing Body show strong and effective leadership?

 

Priority

What outcome do we want?

What will we do to achieve this outcome?

Who will do it/

Ensure it happens

How will the GB check on progress?

Deadline

What resources

and training

are needed?

7.1

Chair/ Vice Chair

Succession planning in place for new Chair and Vice Chair

Chairs’ training

Mentoring by current Chair

Current Chair

GSS

Governing body minutes

Training record

End of July

2019

GSS

 

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